Her semesters at Trinity College in Burlington are the only years in Mary Schreindorfer’s life in which she didn’t live in her tiny Franklin County hometown of Fairfield. But what a difference she has made there, as a mom, wife and volunteer.Read more
The pandemic has robbed maple syrup lovers, maple producers and the St. Albans business community of two consecutive Vermont Maple Festivals. Some events will be held, however.Read more
The daily newspaper once published by iconic publisher William Loeb will now be printed only twice a week, due to revenue shortfalls.Read more
As a likely one-term president, Joe Biden doesn’t have to think about re-election. He can just do the right thing, Emerson Lynn says.Read more
How low can you go? Scammers are trying to defraud Vermonters of their economic recovery checks.Read more
The 125-ft. High Moss Glen falls and gorge in Stowe are a sight to behold.
A national state-by-state poll shows more Vermonters miss their bars (52%) than miss their gyms (48%).Read more
Will the Vermont Legislature approve universal mailed ballots for Town Meeting? Or just make it easier for towns to use Australian ballots and voluntary mailed-in ballots?
The bust made headlines when the Pigeons were charged in early April for kidnapping and assault after allegedly breaking into a Swanton woman’s home, removing her from her home and assaulting her outside. Now the state is dropping all charges. A change of heart by the alleged victim, maybe?Read more
Black Lives Matter protests and of course the pandemic comprised much of the news in northwestern Franklin County.Read more