Tag Archives: Stowe

State News
July 11, 2018

New law regulates short-term rentals

In an attempt to close a tax loophole enjoyed by operators of short-term rentals such as Airbnb, and to assure visitors and paying guests of safe and sanitary conditions, the Vermont General Assembly passed Act 10, requiring that certain conditions must be met.

Effective July…

Op - Ed
June 2, 2018

Vetoing the $15 minimum wage was a good thing 

By Rob Roper

After watching the debate in the State House over the $15 minimum wage it is hard to see how any rational or compassionate person could have, at the end of the day, supported the policy. The potential good that it may have…

Local News
March 14, 2018

35 Vermont towns pass climate resolutions

On Town Meeting Day, Vermont residents from 35 towns voted overwhelmingly in favor of resolutions seeking climate solutions. The exact wording of each resolution varied, but all the resolutions acknowledged the severity of climate change, urged the State of Vermont to meet its goals for…

Local News
February 22, 2017

Vail buys Stowe

By Lisa Lynn

For weeks, the signs have been there: fleet cars with Colorado plates cruising the Stowe Mountain Road, helicopters hovering over Spruce Peak, rumors of Vail Resort’s senior management locked in closed door sessions with the head honchos from Stowe Mountain Resort and…

Sports
October 30, 2015

Deer poachers get stung

Eden man arrested for attempted poaching

STOWE—A Lamoille County man was apprehended by state game wardens on Oct. 11 for taking big game by illegal means. Elwin H. Gale, 52, of Eden was arrested by wardens after he shot at a deer facsimile with…

  • Stowe rugby team wins again, Rutland loses in finals
  • Stowe rugby team wins again, Rutland loses in finals
  • Stowe rugby team wins again, Rutland loses in finals
  • Stowe rugby team wins again, Rutland loses in finals
  • Stowe rugby team wins again, Rutland loses in finals
Featured
May 14, 2015

Stowe rugby team wins again, Rutland loses in finals

By Maxx Steinmetz

Photos Courtesy of Kate Troy

RUTLAND — For the second year in a row, Mad River Rugby Football Club took home first place honors at Rutland’s home tournament, the Keith Page Memorial Rugby Invitational.

On a hot, sunny day Saturday,…

Vermont ski resorts posts record number of early openings
Featured
November 25, 2014

Vermont ski resorts posts record number of early openings

Coming off not only one, but two near record breaking seasons with over 4.5 million skier visits each, Vermont is once again paving the path to a stellar ski and snowboard season. The state boasted 12 resorts open for skiing, riding and even Nordic skiing…