Courtesy of Killington Resort
A snowboarder does a frontside grab clearing the 18-foot walls of Killington’s superpipe at Bear Mountain.
KILLINGTON— Bear Mountain has a new attraction for skiers and riders seeking big air. Killington Resort’s Superpipe opened…
Courtesy of The Nature Museum
Martens, once considered extinct in Vermont, have been sighted in the state again.
Courtesy of Rutland County Relay for Life
Teams wear matching shirts during the Rutland County Relay for Life event, sponsored by the American Cancer Society.
Copyright Jake Mosher
The late Howard Frank Mosher sits by a beaver dam built in the mirroring lake.
Thursday, Jan. 25, 6:30 p.m.—RUTLAND— Phoenix Books Rutland will celebrate beloved author Howard Frank Mosher, and his final book, “Points North,” at a reception…
The Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food & Markets (VAAFM) has received $200,000 in Specialty Crop Block Grants from the federal USDA Agricultural Marketing Service to enhance the competitiveness of Vermont specialty food crops, including honey, hops, and maple syrup, and nursery crops, including Christmas trees…
By Evan Johnson
Castleton University’s cycling club rode into the national collegiate cycling scene earlier this month in Reno, Nev. At the 2018 Cyclocross National Championships, the club’s president, Andrew Borden, placed tenth in the collegiate division and 21st in the Under-23 men’s division.