Topics :: Vermont

Getting Tapped: Maple Syrup Goes High Tech

By Holly Ramer, Lisa Rathke | Wednesday Apr 2, 2014
Maple syrup production has come a long way from metal buckets hung on trees, but even high-tech operations have had to rely on old-fashioned foot patrols to fix leaks. But now sugar-makers are harnessing new technology to keep the precious sap flowing.

Go Green! Vermont Announces Pride Dates

By EDGE | Wednesday Mar 26, 2014
The PRIDE Vermont Committee announced its plans today for the state’s annual Pride Vermont celebration, scheduled for Sept. 7-14, 2014 at in Burlington, Vt.

Gay Couple Sues Vt. Town for 10 Years of Alleged Discrimination

By Jason St. Amand | Monday Mar 10, 2014
A same-sex couple filed a lawsuit Wednesday against a Vermont town, claiming that the town’s leaders discriminated against them for nearly a decade.

Von Trapp’s Vermont Lodge Taps Interest in New Musical

By Lisa Rathke | Sunday Dec 15, 2013
In the week since NBC aired a revival of "The Sound of Music," the real von Trapp and the vacation lodge it runs in Vermont are in high demand.

Vermont Campgrounds Recovering 2 Years After Irene

By Wilson Ring | Wednesday Sep 4, 2013
Two years after flooding from Tropical Storm Irene, Vermont’s campgrounds are finishing a good season, with some of the areas damaged by the storm back in business and doing well but others that will never reopen.

Stratton Mountain Hosts LGBT Summer Weekend

By EDGE | Thursday Mar 14, 2013
Stratton Mountain Resort and Cliff Drysdale Tennis partner for an LGBT tennis and golf weekend in Vermont, May 31 - June 2.

A Taste of Vermont: Culinary Retreat Weekends

By Matthew Wexler | Tuesday Feb 26, 2013
Looking for a cozy, culinary getaway? Café Provence and the Lilac Inn are hosting a series of Vermont Culinary Retreat Weekends for visitors with a passion for cooking and a desire to experience a classic Vermont country inn.

Vermont’s African American Heritage Trail

By EDGE | Thursday Feb 21, 2013
Vermont’s new African American Heritage Trail offers visitors 10 destinations that illuminate the lives of African Americans for whom the Green Mountain State played an integral part of their lives.

Killington Winter Pride Names LGBTQ Center as Beneficiary

Tuesday Dec 25, 2012
Killington Winter Pride is a fun-filled weekend aimed to celebrate the LGBTQ movement. The three-day event will feature an exciting lineup of on-snow activities, Pride parties and live entertainment.

Stowe’s Winter Rendezvous to Celebrate 29th Birthday

Thursday Nov 15, 2012
Winter Rendezvous, the longest and largest running Gay Ski Week in the northeast, is now in its 29th year and ready to celebrate with five days of wintry bliss.