Touching up


Tidying up

Family Effort

Gearing up

Chilling out

Open Again

Logging in

Warm Painting

Ice warriors

The Mad River Valley joined the growing ranks of beer destinations a few weeks ago with the opening of the new Lawson’s Finest Liquids brewery and taproom in Waitsfield. It took two and half years of planning, permitting and construction for the state-of-the-art facility to become a reality.…

Candy crush

Kale is growing strong in many area gardens despite the recent frost. Kale is in the cabbage family with other cruciferous vegetables like broccoli, cauliflower, collard greens and Brussels sprouts. Kale is usually an annual plant grown from seed and can survive in temperatures in the low 20…

Made to Glow

Journos unite

Flautist Laurel Ann Maurer performs with cellist Bonnie Thurber Klimowski at the Unitarian Church in Montpelier on Sunday during “Places Remembered,” a musical program presented by Vermont Virtuosi.

Snow showers coat Camel’s Hump on Sunday over Barre Town.

Keith Gould, of the Hermit Thrush Farm in Northfield, places wood into his tractor’s bucket Wednesday, preparing for the colder months ahead.

BARRE — Brian Zecchinelli turned a family footnote into a timely tribute to the grandfather he never knew, as well as more than 50 million other victims of a century-old pandemic fueled by the mother of all flu bugs.

The foliage is near peak surrounding the town of Worcester on Sunday. Foliage may be beyond its peak now in central Vermont, but the forecast in the coming days is looking good for what remains. 

A rainbow forms briefly between Waterbury and Stowe following a Saturday rain shower along Route 100.

Rebel Heart

Fourth-grade teacher Amanda Pierce celebrates after dunking elementary school Principal Hayden Coon at the Barre City Elementary and Middle School Parent Teacher Organization's Walk, Run, Fun event at the school Friday. The dunking booth was added this year as a fundraising incentive and var…