Brattleboro’s weekend Harris Hill competition drew a slate of global athletes who said they best knew the state as the home of Bernie Sanders.
Lawmakers and the public have long shown their ambivalence about banning alcohol production and sales as a way to combat the social ills of its abuse.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “A Chance” by Isabel Blankenbaker, 13, of Rutland.
Brattleboro’s nearly century-old Harris Hill, the state’s only Olympic-size venue, is juggling nature and snowmaking technology as it prepares for its weekend competition.
The group, supplementing Valentine’s Day with year-round social action, is sending heart-strewn postcards to harassed people and institutions statewide.
James Fisk conducted his affairs — both financial and personal — with all the subtlety of a carnival barker. And that was his undoing.
The Brattleboro Museum & Art Center’s “toppling extravaganza” will mark its 10th year Monday.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Beautiful Person” by Makayla Millette, a senior at the Big Picture School in South Burlington.
The group detailed some of the challenges that people of color are facing and announced plans for an omnibus racial justice bill.
The story told of how one Vermont family would put their elderly and infirm into a sort of hibernation for the winter.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Parts of War” by Alexandra Contreras-Montesano, 16, of Burlington.
The late writer’s humor, literary style and great love for his wife emerge in a remembrance by his collaborator Jay Craven and a 2012 radio interview Mosher gave.
The Northeast Kingdom novelist revealed he had cancer just last week and spent his final days in hospice care at home.
Lillian Gish never forgot her time in Vermont. Perhaps it was the hardships she endured to create a famous scene, and the emotional reaction it elicited from audience members.