Be Sure To Look For the Lipstick Logo!

Downtown Montpelier is Open For Business during this summer’s construction! Montpelier Alive and the Montpelier Business Association invite you to Shop Local as our roads and sidewalks get beautified. For any questions and updates, and to receive notifications, contact the official VTrans project outreach coordinator, Francine Perkins, at 479-6994. Look for weekly updates every Thursday. […]

Julianna Baggott to Lead MFA in Writing and Publishing Program at VCFA

First Group of Full-Residency Students Slated to Graduate in May Vermont College of Fine Arts President Thomas Christopher Greene announced the appointment of Julianna Baggott as Faculty Director of the college’s relatively new (two-year) residential Master of Fine Arts in Writing and Publishing program. Baggott, who will have a full-time presence at the college, will […]

Mountain Manifesto presented by Vermonters for a Clean Environment

Photos by Iain Wallace

Brian Prendergast runs a small maple sugar house near his home on Story Road, North Middlesex. Prendergast, a graphic designer, began sugaring in 2004, when he approached nearby Rumney Memorial School, offering to provide students an opportunity to learn about sugar making. Using funds from a grant he received, Prendergast purchased the necessary equipment and […]

April 20 — May 3, 2017

Vermont Press Association Praises Legislature for Passing Shield Law for Journalists

The Vermont Press Association praises and thanks the Vermont Legislature for approving a shield law designed to protect journalists from unwarranted subpoenas concerning their sources. The House of Representatives gave final approval to the legislation, 140-2, on Thursday afternoon and is sending the measure to Gov. Phil Scott for his signature. “This is an important […]