EXPLORE NEW ENGLAND: VERMONT
For some, a cooking class is a highly anticipated annual event.
Vermont's Union home front
By Patricia Harris and David Lyon, Globe Correspondents A couple of years ago we wrote about a National Park Service walking tour of Woodstock, Vermont...
A Tank Away
A recent downtown revitalization project has given a boost to Winooski, a former mill town neighboring Burlington that has become a popular destination for dining, art, and outdoor recreation.
With more than 120 treatments and 30 treatment rooms, Stoweflake was named one of the top six spas in ski country by SKI Magazine.
To say twin sisters Serenity Smith Forchion and Elsie Smith once ran away to join the circus may be a bit hackneyed, but its close to the truth.
General stores have long been valued for their role in the community as hubs of activity, and as the places where the basic necessities of daily living can be procured.
This old mill town has a population of only 12,000, but youd never guess it given the communitys recreational and cultural options.
The Pump House is an enormous, visually stimulating attraction, featuring four tubed water slides, a surfing pool, rock-climbing wall, and kiddie area.
Starting with thick heavy cream, the little delicacies are almost a précis of Vermont bounty: from herbs and maple to red wine, local beer, and apple and pear brandies.