When Irene Edwards was born on April 30, 1915, women couldn’t vote. The 19th Amendment wasn’t ratified until four years later.
Lost Nation Brewing won the championship in the Lamoille Valley Men’s Basketball Association, compiling a perfect 17-0 season.
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Thomas P. McCarthy, 94, of Easthampton, Mass., a war hero who also founded McCarthy’s Restaurant in Stowe, died peacefully March 11, 2015, at …
Stowe police are investigating a trio of home burglaries that occurred March 12-13.
Stowe police are investigating a trio of home burglaries last week. They report they have some leads and have recovered some missing items.
A Fairfax man whose car wound up in a ditch in Cambridge has been charged with a repeat offense of driving under the influence.
Since late December, a dozen Vermont state inspection stations have been burglarized at night.
Donald McKenzie, 30, of Jeffersonville was charged Tuesday with first-degree aggravated domestic assault and interference with emergency services.
A Stowe driver and his passenger were arrested Sunday night after an alleged hit-and-run accident.
A driver from Morrisville and passengers in two cars were injured Monday when a midafternoon whiteout caused a collision in Irasburg.
Howard E. Sweet, 61, of Waterbury has been charged with growing marijuana in his home.
Stowe Mountain Rescue helped a woman backcountry solo skier who became disoriented and lost Feb. 22 in the Michigan Valley area.
Stowe Mountain Rescue helped save a Colchester woman found soaking wet and shivering near a pond on Feb. 14.
Police allege a drunken driver from Johnson led them on a wild-goose chase for a nonexistent driver.
A Stowe driver’s car was wrecked in a two-car, one-truck collision in the northbound lanes of icy Interstate 89 in Richmond at 3:30 Monday mor…
Police arrested a Stowe man last week at the Rusty Nail nightclub for threatening a bouncer with a .40-caliber Glock handgun.
Stowe police blotter Feb. 23 to March 1
Cases decided week of Feb. 2
Stowe police blotter Feb. 16-22
Stowe police blotter Feb. 9-15
A Stowe driver’s car was wrecked in a two-car, one-truck collision in the northbound lanes of icy Interstate 89 in Richmond at 3:30 Monday morning, Feb. 9. Somehow, no one was seriously injured.
Stowe police blotter February 2-8
Four backcountry skiers got safely out of the woods Tuesday in Bolton.
A Morrisville driver was arrested after a two-car collision Jan 28 in Cambridge.
Stowe police blotter Jan. 26 to Feb. 1
A Johnson man was charged with driving under the influence after a one-car accident Saturday at about 2:30 in the morning in Jericho.
The Vermont Department of Liquor Control checked 21 stores in the Lamoille Valley in November and December on whether the laws on liquor sales were being followed.
Stowe police blotter Jan. 19-25
Stowe police made their second big drug bust in two weeks on Sunday, when they pulled over a man for a traffic violation and allegedly found 10 pounds of marijuana in the vehicle.
A Stowe man who tried to run away from police got a mean case of frostbite to go along with his drunken driving charge last week.
Stowe police blotter Jan. 12-18
Accused murderer Jeanette Maxfield will go on trial next week.
A routine traffic stop in Stowe village early Sunday morning led to a major heroin bust. Police allege the driver had 860 bags of heroin in his car.
Cases decided week of Dec. 29
Stowe police blotter, January 5-11
Stowe police blotter Dec. 29 to Jan. 4
Thirty-seven minutes after midnight on the first day of 2014, Stowe police Officer Kyle Walker received the first noise complaint of the year, and told the revelers on Notchbrook Road to quiet down.
Thomas Lang, 62, of Eden was killed early in the morning Jan. 3 when a portable heater ignited a fire in his motor home, Vermont State Police investigators say.
The body of Cheryl Miller, 54, of Johnson was finally removed from the Lamoille River in Cambridge late Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 30.
Stowe police blotter Dec. 22-28
Rescue workers tried all day Monday to pull a submerged SUV with a person inside it out of the Lamoille River in Cambridge, but couldn’t do it.
In a Christmas Eve rescue, local police found a 36-year-old woman, her 8-year-old daughter and their family dog in Wolcott.
Phone number: 802-253-2101
Address: PO Box 489
Stowe, VT 05672