Come and enjoy a suitably understated celebration of the July 4 birthday of the United States and its 30th president, Calvin Coolidge of Plymouth Notch, Vermont.
A new historic marker in Burlington’s City Hall Park commemorates Vermont’s first gay pride parade in 1983.
The June 25-26 celebration of Ethan Allen Weekend is as good an occasion as any to retell two of the many scandalous, scatalogical stories about the legendary leader of the Green Mountain Boys.
A South Burlington cow given to President Dwight Eisenhower during his June 1955 visit to Rutland was sent to his working dairy farm in Gettysburg, PA.
In the newsroom three nights before Ike’s visit, a young man overheard Judge Smith tell managing editor Bud Mattison of a plan to fill the presidential creel.
A Rutland native, UVM grad, and recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor at Guadalcanal was the founder of the Vermont State Police in 1947.
The United States’ first known polio epidemic broke out in Rutland, killing 10 people, including children.
On Juneteenth, we should remember not only those freed by the Emancipation Proclamation, but those who fought and died to make it happen.
Parading past Bob Jones’ Farm and through Spruce Gum, West Pawlet will celebrate 75 years of volunteers saving buildings and lives
Pull up a chair, sit on a fence, wave to the marchers and cheer them on.
On the beaches of Normandy, June 6 1944, German gunfire took a terrific gouge out of a Norwich, Vermont man’s Army helmet – but he survived to write to his parents: “don’t worry.”