A long-scheduled high school trip to China had been cancelled due to the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus.Read more
Tourists to the ‘ski capital of the East’ faced a beast of a communication problem last year when cell service briefly became so overloaded that parents were unable to reach children, etc.. That’s just one problem caused by Vermont’s lack of sufficient cellphone coverage.Read more
When it was just the Stowe school district, the Town of Stowe saw fit to let students use the town rink and athletic fields free. No more. Another added cost and unexpected consequence of school mergers?Read more
A girl from Stowe was recognized recently for her work to stop the global ivory trade. Last year, Taegen Yardley received an award and met Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge. It's not every day you meet a prince!
Daughter of legislator and writer is running the back roads of Lamoille County in a minivan tracking where there's cellphone coverage - and where there isn't.
Eva McKend, former WCAX reporter, tells Stowe Reporter that Vermont is not a racist state. Or at least no more racist than anywhere else.
The rules would help ensure that all town or village business “’will be conducted in such a way that no public officer of the municipality will gain a personal or financial advantage from his or her work for the municipality,’ thereby helping to preserve people’s trust in their government.” Do we need a similar policy for Montpelier?