John Bauer hands out ballots Tuesday morning at Waterbury's polls inside the Thatcher Brook Primary School gym.
Nicole Westbom was greeting people in front of the Kellogg-Hubbard Library in Montpelier on Saturday morning. She is the children’s librarian and heard that the kids were missing the library. Today, Town Meeting Day for most communities in Vermont, voters will be showing their support for lo…
Participants sprinkle offerings onto a fire at the Montpelier Recreation Field Friday during a scaled-back Ice on Fire celebration Friday. The school vacation week celebration this year includes a snow village, a luge run, a Christmas tree maze and a story walk.
Chris Ruiz, bar manager at Alimentari Roscini in downtown Barre, pours a glass of Italian red wine Friday at the grocery store's new wine bar. The new space will be open Fridays from 4-8 p.m. for wine, beer, charcuterie plates and other food.
Josh Saxe, of Montpelier, co-director of Jackalope Northeast Cycling in collaboration with the Richard Tom Foundation, takes his road bike for the first ride of the year Wednesday in East Montpelier as temperatures rose into the 40s.
Isak Duncan, 13, left, of East Montpelier, and Lex Leikin, 13, of Montpelier, clear snow off a colorful frozen heart Tuesday along a nordic trail outside Duncan’s home. The heart, made with frozen-colored water, was created by the boys’ mothers last week.
Lachlan Pierce, 11, examines a pair of baby chickens at his home in Montpelier on Friday. Pierce, and his sister, Somerset, 15, are raising and selling four breeds of laying hens and starting a new flock of their own.
Twinfield maintenance worker Heath Farnsworth helps third-graders raise the Black Lives Matter flag in a ceremony Friday outside the school in Marshfield. Over the past six months members of the Twinfield Student Voice Group have been leading an effort to raise the Black Lives Matter flag at…
Twinfield physical education teacher Tom Costello assembles an illuminated ice snowman Thursday as he prepares for the school’s snow globe sculpture trail. Costello and students created almost 200 ice globes and illuminated a trail through the woods for families to walk during the event.
Richard Wiswall, from the Cate Farm in East Montpelier, examines a flat of organic seedlings growing in fiber pots at the farm recently. The farm is looking for good biodegradeable alternatives to the traditional plastic potting trays as they begin planting for the growing season ahead.
Registered nurse Nancy Butryman from Central Vermont Home Health & Hospice delivers a COVID-19 vaccine injection to 91-year-old Helen Gomez, of Montpelier, recently. CVHHH has begun vaccinating individuals in the community currently active on CVHHH service who are homebound and unable to…
Allison Champlin and Honey were out for a walk in Waterbury on Tuesday morning. Champlin is an elementary teacher at Thatcher Brook in Waterbury and was taking advantage of the snow day.
Once again, the Valentine’s Day Phantom struck the Capital City over the weekend. Thousands of heart placards were put up around the city (and region) overnight Saturday into Sunday, as has become the tradition in Montpelier over the last decade.
Registered nurse Nancy Butryman from Central Vermont Home Health & Hospice delivers a COVID-19 vaccine injection to 91-year-old Helen Gomez, of Montpelier, on Friday. CVHHH has begun vaccinating individuals in the community currently active on CVHHH service who are homebound and unable t…
Micah Ball, of Montpelier, a mechanic at Onion River Outdoors, rides his fat bike through a maze made from discarded Christmas trees at the Montpelier Recreation Field tennis courts on Thursday.
Sous chef Mary Lester, of Warren, stocks shelves Wednesday at The Warren Store, in Warren. The venerable shop changed hands last year and the new owners have done extensive renovations to the space, including a new deli and kitchen area.
Chainsaw artist Jake Swanson, of Lowell, carves a bear Wednesday at his The Art of the Carve business in Stowe. Swanson has competed in international carving competitions and most of his work is now done on commission.
Florist Charlene Peirce gathers flowers in a cooler for a bouquet Wednesday at Vee’s Flowers and Garden Shop in Waitsfield. The full service florist on Route 100 is open every day this week, including Valentines Day on Sunday, the busiest day of the year for flower-giving.