Heather Mary Little and Lee Carter Cooper were joined in marriage on Saturday, March 14, 2020 at five o'clock in the afternoon at Felicity Church in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Becker College announced that Noah Baylis of Milton graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Interactive Media Design, Game Development and Programming Concentration.
While some people have already grabbed their bags and marked their routes, there are still chances to get involved with the 50th Vermont Green Up Day set for Saturday.
MONTPELIER – Vermont Retail and Grocers Association (VRGA) is launching a #maskforthewin social media challenge to inspire Vermonters to wear a mask while in stores.
MONTPELIER — Community College of Vermont (CCV) has launched its new Endowment for Life Gap Grants and is expanding its Life Gap Fund, building on an existing program that helps students bridge challenging situations and persist in their studies.
Despite a postponement of the Vermont Shakespeare Festival to next year, performers of the festival are making themselves available for on-demand mini-performances to bring “joy and connection” during the pandemic.
Three Milton students helped to raise $140,813.89 for the University of Vermont Children's Hospital through Rallython—an annual year-long student-led fundraiser and 12-hour dance marathon.
Brian Lowe, who helped hundreds of American kestrels successfully hatch and fledge in Vermont, is the winner of the 2019 GMP-Zetterstrom Environmental Award.
We’re staying home to stay safe, and that’s the right thing to do for ourselves and everyone else. But the ongoing stress due to the Coronavirus may lead to feelings of hopelessness and isolation.
Two players from the Milton High boys’ ice hockey team have been chosen to lace up the skates one more time as a representative of their school while their head coach was tabbed to stand on the bench as an assistant.
BOSTON, Mass. – The New England Aquarium has launched two live web cameras allowing visitors to watch the residents of the Giant Ocean Tank and the African penguin colony from their personal devices 24 hours a day. The cameras are part of the Aquarium’s ongoing commitment to offer virtual ed…
With Vermont children schooling and playing at home, they’re more susceptible to tick bites than usual. That’s why VTLyme.org is spreading the word about Lyme disease prevention curriculum that is now available for kids.
Two expert anglers from Milton captured some "trophy-sized" fish last year, winning them Master Angler Status according to the Vt. Fish and Wildlife's Master Angler Program 2019 Annual Report.
Food insecurity has risen by 33 percent during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a survey by the University of Vermont (UVM). To combat hunger and adhere to the ‘Stay Home Stay Safe’ order, the Colchester-Milton Rotary Club has taken its annual Fill The Truck fundraiser event online.
Sure, you can order something for mom off the internet for Mother’s Day on May 10. But if you want to show your mother how much you love her by making something with your own hands, you can still get it to her without leaving the safety of your home.
The Milton Parks and Recreation Department kicked off the virtual competition last weekend, calling for residents to submit photos or videos of their pets showcasing tricks, talents, quirks and anything else that will make folks laugh.
Planning your vegetable garden doesn’t have to be daunting. By starting with your own observations and being open to experimentation, you can develop a garden plan that takes into consideration what you have learned in previous years.
If you’re looking for something a little different to engage your family while staying at home, you can get to know writer and artist Edward Gorey in a new online talk hosted by Vermont Humanities.
MONTPELIER – The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department says as temperatures warm, songbirds return and the ice recedes, a shift in fish behavior also occurs. Many fish species commonly found in lakes and ponds throughout Vermont become more active, feed more regularly and provide a great oppo…
Last week, I shared tips for parents on how to relieve the stress of spending so much time with your children at home and feeling isolated from the rest of the world. This week, I’ll focus on helping children reduce their fears and anxieties during this coronavirus pandemic.
This piece was written in response to the prompt: COVID-19—the coronavirus has seized the world, attacking our health, our economies, our everyday life. Write about this new invader and how it's changing our lives.
While many schools around the country have closed due to COVID-19, students are still working hard from home to finish the year. Here are some recent academic achievements from Milton-area residents:
Keep your business going, gain market share and get a jump on the recovery by joining other Vermont businesses for a free live webcast offering ideas, advice and answers to your questions about marketing during a pandemic from top experts.
Earth Day is coming up on Wednesday, April 22, and it’s the 50th anniversary of this worldwide annual event. If you’re looking for a way to celebrate Earth Day while staying safe at home, check out the virtual Earth Day activities offered by Billings Farm & Museum of Woodstock, Vt.
A drawing by Henri Matisse; a sword made of shark teeth from the Pacific Islands; a turn-of-the-century telephone built by a Burlington electrician—these pieces are all viewable from home with the launch of the Fleming Museum of Art's online search feature that will enable visitors to browse…
With routines upturned and health concerns top of mind, many people are feeling an extra amount of stress these days, too much of which can be bad for one’s mental and physical health.
Dealing with the Coronavirus on an ongoing basis can be stressful enough. Factor in being at home with your children for the rest of the school year while still trying to get things done for your job or just keeping the house in order and the stress multiplies. In fact, when uncontrolled, a …
Finding new activities to do within four walls has become more and more challenging since Governor Phil Scott directed Vermonters to stay home due to COVID-19 last month. So if you're tired of reading books, watching movies and baking bread, why not learn to dance?
Even with an emergency order requiring Vermonters to stay home, Vermont Health Commissioner Dr. Mark Levine has encouraged people to get outside, as long as they are mindful of contact with others.
As we endure the current coronavirus pandemic, precautions need to be taken in all activities outside our homes. But during such a difficult time, we also should be aware of the singularly profound health benefits of gardening.
Shred gn-art! The Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum announced a graphic art challenge for ski and snowboard lovers of all ages and skill-levels.
With the CDC recommending everyone wear cloth face coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain, finding creative ways to make masks at home is a great activity for families.
Local 4-H'ers recently participated in a virtual Chittenden County 4-H Invitational Horse Hippology Contest, earning red, white and blue ribbons.
Hanging out at home is always better with your furkid by your side. From lounging on the couch, binge watching movies to doing yard work — having your pet with you makes day-to-day activities more enjoyable.
The COVID-19 pandemic presents many difficulties for businesses as people have been forced to work from home. We are no exception. At C2, we have been working remotely while following social distancing protocols during onsite support. We convene with our teams daily via teleconferencing to e…
Many Vermonters have switched to online school and remote work since Governor Phil Scott's order, "Stay Home, Stay Safe," which directed the closure of in-person operations for nonessential businesses. With so much of life online these days, starting a book club is a great way to take your m…
CHITTENDEN COUNTY — Food shelf and meal site operations in Chittenden County will benefit from a new $35,000 donation made by Hannaford Supermarkets to support COVID-19 relief in Vermont.
Milton Elementary School’s first-grade team submitted this month’s student stepping up, featuring a child from each of their classes that they felt has gone above and beyond. Here’s what they had to say about Molly!