About 75 people assembled in Montpelier to listen as speakers took turns reading the names of those who had died from the virus. One daisy for each of the victims was arranged into two wreaths while the names were recited.
The Vermont National Guard held two remembrance ceremonies on the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on Saturday, honoring the nearly 3,000 Americans who died.
The third annual Vermont First African Landing Day commemoration held at the Intervale Center in Burlington on Saturday marked the anniversary of when the first enslaved people from Africa landed in Virginia in 1619.
Students in several school communities across Vermont transitioned into the new school year this week, including those at Hinesburg Elementary and Champlain Valley Union High School, who started school on Wednesday.
The Festival of Fools has emerged on Church Street in Burlington once again. From juggling to singing to unicycling, the performers are doing it all in front of crowds lining the sides of the pedestrian-only street.
The Lamoille County Field Days opened Friday in Johnson with attractions from fair rides to ox pulls to pie-eating contests — and of course, lots and lots of food.
Williston celebrated Independence Day with a parade on Saturday, after last year’s parade was called off because of the pandemic.
The Jericho Memorial Day parade wound along Route 15 on Monday, with onlookers clad in raincoats and umbrellas under rainy morning skies.
The Vermont Lake Monsters brought baseball back to Burlington Saturday, May 29, after a yearlong pause because of the pandemic.
Dozens of people turned out on Thursday for the first Jericho Farmers Market of the season, where food and craft vendors sold a range of goods from food and veggies to flower baskets and coffee.