This week’s Young Writers Project is ‘5:30 a.m.’ by Ava Rohrbaugh, 15, of Charlotte.
When World War II ended, Stowe was ready to boom. During the winter of 1946-47, more than 105,000 skiers rode the resort’s lifts. By 1951, the developers had built enough inns, hotels and motels in Stowe to accommodate 14,000 skiers a night.
This week’s Young Writers Project is ‘The consumerism cycle’ by Madeleine Connery, 15, of Shelburne.
Longtime host Jane Lindholm is stepping down; Connor Cyrus and Mikaela Lefrak will replace her this summer.
The Burlington-based team was dropped as a Major League Baseball affiliate earlier this month, but gets a new life under the ownership of Nos Amours Baseball Club.
Libby Johnson joins the nonprofit organization’s business office, bringing 15 years of experience cultivating philanthropic support for issues of importance to Vermonters.
An explosion during railroad construction blew a 13-pound tamping iron, 3 and a half feet long, an inch in diameter, right through the man’s skull. It landed nearly 100 feet away.
This week’s Young Writers Project is ‘February vacation’ by Elizabeth Vaughan, 15, of South Ryegate.
Vermont Research News is a twice-monthly curated collection of Vermont research — focused on research in the Vermont ‘laboratory.’
The story of a young woman lost in the snow, whose last act was to save her child, was exactly the kind of tale Victorians loved, so romantic, so melancholy. To Victorians, the only way the story could have been better was if the family had been attacked by wolves.