The ski-racing circuit’s lone U.S. stop for women, battling a weekend of wild weather, drew its biggest-ever crowd — even if Vermont-schooled Olympic gold medalist Mikaela Shiffrin wasn’t as victorious.
Mitchell has been playing gigs in the Winooski and Burlington area for more than 30 years. He’s worked with Jay-Z, Janet Jackson, Yoko Ono, Backstreet Boys, The Strokes, Michael Buble and Moby. But still he feels danger when he steps outside.
Land speculation, claims by both New Hampshire and New York, and reluctant acquiescence were among the potholes that had to be overcome.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “To your little house and home” by Caroline Watts, 15, of Fairly. Artwork from the Young Writers Project library is a carving by Lola Squire.
A Vermont family is grateful a Brattleboro letter carrier figured out how to deliver a 1921 postcard with a mysterious cross-country history.
“Santa Camp” is a new documentary from HBO Max about an effort to diversify who represents Santa Claus.
Sit-down meals open to all are giving way to limited takeout service for people most in need in such Vermont communities as Burlington, Montpelier and Brattleboro.
Charlie Vallee won accolades for his counterterrorism work at the Defense Intelligence Agency. Since his death in May, his family has raised more than a million dollars for a foundation in his name.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Lantern in the night” by Noah Carmona, 17, of Colchester. Artwork by by Amelia Van Driesche, 16, of Burlington.
A look at Facebook data, a Northeast Kingdom general store and “a geography to connectedness.”