When you and your colleagues spend more than a year cloistered inside, basically doing nothing but arguing, sometimes it helps to surround yourself with people who do a lot of things outside.
Stowe village sidewalks and crosswalks are due for a makeover, and the Stowe Select Board started getting down to brass tacks Monday about what, exactly, that makeover looks like.
A Stowe woman claims the former chief operating officer at Inntopia asked her to have sex with him in his office under the guise of offering her a job.
Parker & Stearns, the family-owned building-supplies company in Johnson and Stowe that started as a water-powered sawmill 128 years ago, will sell its last piece of lumber on May 31.
Teachers often have a thankless job, spending long hours at school and at home to make sure their students gain the knowledge they need to take on life beyond school.
The barn swallows circled over Blush Hill Road this year, instead of finding their usual summer home among the lofts and corners of Rosina Wallace’s cow barn.
The debate over long-term funding to clean up the state’s lakes has raged throughout the legislative session. It finished relatively quietly on Friday with a bill rushed through the Senate after its central component was stripped out.
U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., forever will remember the late former Gov. Philip Hoff — the first modern-day Democrat elected to the state post by popular vote — as “a visionary, a trailblazer, a reformer and a transformative influence in both Vermont and on the national stage.”
Gov. Phil Scott told lawmakers Tuesday that he plans to call them back to Montpelier for a special session next week, mainly to settle a $33 million disparity in their education funding proposals.
Vermont Life, the state’s signature regional magazine that in recent years has faced financial woes and racked up millions in debt, will shutter its doors in June.
The Swimming Hole’s 17th annual Stowe Triathlon is this Sunday, May 20.
A little lacrosse history explains why girls and boys lacrosse are so different.
Charlotte Brynn of Stowe has been recognized as a U.S. Masters Swimming National Champion fo…
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