STOWE | Celebrated snowboarder and author Brian L. Knight will discuss his new book, “Snowboarding in Southern Vermont; From Burton to the U.S. Open,” at the Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum in Stowe, Vermont on Friday, Feb. 1, at 6 p.m. Read more

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STOWE | You can join the Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum on Friday, Nov. 30, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. to celebrate the opening of a unique new exhibit, titled “Peak to Peak: 10th Mountain Division Then and Now.” Read more

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STOWE | In November 2003, the Vermont Ski Museum inducted into the Vermont Ski Hall of Fame the over 260 Vermonters who served in the 10 th Mountain Division during World War II. Read more

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This year, the Chinese New Year will be marked on Jan. 28. Read more

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MIDDLEBURY — How about some smoked maple syrup with that yakitori? And some Vergennes-made hard cider to wash it down? Read more

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STOWE, Vt. — Richard L. Scarzello, 35, passed away unexpectedly at his home in Stowe, Vermont on Monday, Oct. 10, 2016. Read more


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Walter Cronkite, born this month in 1917, once said that he “can’t imagine a person becoming a success who doesn’t give this game of life everything he’s got.” Read more

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WEST RUTLAND – Presentation of the Vermont Governor’s Environmental Excellence Awards will be made April 28 in Cedar Creek Room of Vermont State House in Montpelier. Read more

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Love him or hate him, one has to concede that Bernie Sanders has had a tremendous impact on the political direction of Vermont over the past a quarter century plus. His influence has reverberated throughout the Green Mountains and in our State House. He has had spawned many acolytes in the activist community and in the halls of power. Read more


At its biennial convention on Saturday, AFT Vermont delegates endorsed a slate of candidates for the upcoming Vermont elections and unanimously voted to adopt a resolution in support of Green Mountain Care. They also elected the union's leadership for the next two years. Read more

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As the legislature wrapped up business before heading home for the Town Meeting Day break, the Vermont Senate voted 22-8 in favor of an Act Related to Childcare Providers. What this bill would do is effectively pick the pockets of Vermont’s smallest businesses, mostly run by women who don’t make a lot of money. Read more


The past year has been a hard one on Vermont employees. For example, IBM, Vermont’s long-time top private employer laid off 419 workers from its Essex facility last summer and just announced another 140 jobs will go. Read more


Maria von Trapp, a member of the internationally famous musical family of the 1930s-40s and portrayed in “The Sound of Music” stage musical and motion picture, died at her home in Stowe Feb. 18. She was 99. Read more

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On Sunday, July 22, Northern Vermont Ridge Runners and Trapp Family Lodge will hold ther First Annual Chris Ludington Memorial Trail Run and trail dedication at the Trapp Family Lodge Outdoor Center. Read more


Bruised, twisted, sprained, hyper extended, strained, cracked, whacked; ankles, knees, fingers, toes, ribs, wrists, shoulders, vertebrae, can: slow you down. Read more


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    Join thousands of runners and spectators at Vermont's best summer road race, where you celebrate your finish with refreshingly cool Island Homemade Ice Cream and delicious craft beer from Harpoon!