“Someone yesterday asked me, ‘Are we going to have a funeral tomorrow?’ And I said, “No, it’s a party!’” village president Skip Flanders said as he opened the last annual meeting of the Waterbury village government — provided the Legislature endorses local voters’ decision to dissolve the village charter in June.
Earlier this year, a bill introduced in the Legislature threatened to block any new municipal contracts with Vermont State Police — such as the one Waterbury wants to sign this year.
The emerald ash borer, the Asian beetle that has been chewing its way through North America’s ash trees, has arrived in Vermont, an event as long-anticipated as it is unwelcome.
Vermonter Peggy Shinn still recalls the surprisingly inspiring moment six years ago when the U.S. women’s cross-country ski team finished a World Cup relay in fifth place.
Vermont State Police say the man shot and killed by police Sunday afternoon on Interstate 89 in Bolton was pointing a gun to his own head and walking toward the officers, refusing their orders to put down the firearm.
When Thea Alvin needs to get some of her frustration and angst out, she heads to Stowe Arena…
The legendary Chez Henri Cup race, 30 years strong, will continue this Saturday, March 17 at…
A kickoff party and membership drive for the Waterbury Area Trails Alliance (WATA) will be h…
Vermont may be swirling with snow, but that doesn’t mean you can’t play lawn games. Here, a player for the “Young and the Wicket” team makes a move in the WDEV Intergalactic Winter Croquet Tournament.
Waterbury Town and Village Clerk Carla Lawrence gets ready to tap a ball during the WDEV Intergalactic Winter Croquet Tournament, now in its 33rd year, at Rusty Parker Memorial Park in Waterbury Saturday morning.
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