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First it was a stately 19th-century Hyde Park inn. Then it was a furniture store for more than a half-century. Now it’s vacant, waiting for the next chapter in its 128-year existence.

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Voters in Cambridge will have plenty on their plates on Town Meeting Day — a $3 million town budget, electing three members of the Cambridge Select Board, just expanded to five members, and deciding whether to spend half a million dollars to upgrade Bartlett Hill Road so emergency vehicles c…

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Voters in six western Lamoille County towns decide next week whether to accept Cambridge as a full member of the Lamoille North school district, something the town has voted against twice in the past three years.

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The people who run the town of Johnson want it to feel welcoming to everyone — a sentiment to which anyone who’s been to the summertime Tuesday Night Live series can attest.

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Ten local nonprofit organizations in and near Stowe are receiving more than $35,000 in cash and in-kind support from Vail Resorts’ EpicPromise.

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The sun was shining for jumpers during the 2019 Lake Elmore Polar Splash last Saturday, Feb. 9. How best to hit the water when jumping is always up for debate; a few different approaches can be seen here. Final figures on the amount raised this year weren’t available at press time, but as of…

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The Lamoille Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual meeting, dinner and celebration for members and employees on Tuesday, Feb. 26, at the Stearns Dining Hall at Northern Vermont University-Johnson.

A few numbers on affordable housing problems drew gasps from the 60 people at a Lamoille Housing Partnership’s forum on Jan. 29.

Advocates for a publicly financed, universal system of primary health care are trying again to advance the initiative after it stalled in the state Legislature last year.

A chairlift that stalled at Stowe Mountain Resort Sunday, stranding 160 skiers and snowboarders, will need to pass an inspection before it can operate again.

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