The facility is located on a prime lakefront property, officials said, and will be replaced when the town’s new public works facility opens.
In the nearly five months since Russia invaded Ukraine, Yana Walder said she has raised over $100,000 to help hundreds of families with food, supplies, and the resources they need to flee occupation.
Karen Mittelman has succeeded in creating partnerships with many arts organizations across the state, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic, which had a brutal impact on the arts community.
The bus, repurposed as a mobile dwelling, drew such curiosity that Jake’s ONE Market employees referred inquisitive customers to a white board behind the checkout, which read: “Sorry, we can’t move the bus! It is broken down. PLEASE don’t ask about it.”
A small, homegrown rally team from Bethel is pairing its passion for the sport with an inclusive message that the team’s tight-knit membership hopes will make rallying less forbidding, more open and not merely tolerant but welcoming.
After receiving selectboard approval, Norwich University students will conduct a feasibility study to assess if and how a community center and additional housing could be built on a piece of town-owned land.
To understand how Allen became the icon he is today, the authors explained, you have to look at
the 1830s. By that point, people had largely forgotten about old Ethan since his death in 1789.
His legacy resided in a “somewhat shadowy place in public memory.”
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is ‘July Sweetness’ by Ava Rohrbaugh, 16, of Charlotte. Artwork ‘Vermont” by Eva Mazur, 13, of Charlotte.
The owners of a former dairy farm say they have permitted use of the land by the public for a variety of recreational activities, including snowmachines, hiking, skiing and snowshoeing, but they are opposing the use of ATVs, motorcycles and bicycles.
Tim’s House, the only homeless shelter in Franklin and Grand Isle counties, is set to have new, single-occupancy rooms and will serve as a low-barrier shelter.
Officials are weighing proposals to alleviate truck traffic through downton Vergennes for the fourth time in almost three decades, but there is no easy solution in sight.
You never know where you will hear chamber music in Vermont. You could encounter a string quartet performing in a bookstore. In a café. At a bar. Or a retirement community.
The town previously granted Clark a permit to build a 60-foot-wide, 1,500-foot-long, grass landing strip, but reopened the case after a neighbor appealed.
Surrounded by family, friends and neighbors clad in black and white, Hussein Mubarak’s sister described a sibling who was committed to supporting other people.