Most and least lucrative college majors, by state
EDsmart used data for the 2020-21 school year from the Department of Education to rank degree majors in each state by median earnings after graduation for those with bachelor’s degrees.
Vermont girls high school basketball rankings
To dig into competition data behind the ever-growing sport of high school girls basketball, Stacker compiled statewide rankings in Vermont using MaxPreps.
Vermont boys high school basketball rankings
Read on through to find out the best boys basketball schools in Vermont.
These are the highways in Vermont with the most fatalities.
Stacker ranked data from the Fatality Analysis Reporting System, compiled by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, to identify the highways in Vermont that had the most fatalities from auto crashes in 2020.
Snow Report: Mountain Conditions at New England Ski Resorts
A look at how much snow has fallen and how conditions are at ski resorts across New England.
Best private high schools in Vermont
Stacker compiled a list of the best private high schools in Vermont using 2023 rankings from Niche.
Late-winter storm pummels Northeast with heavy, wet snow
A winter storm dumped heavy, wet snow in parts of the Northeast on Tuesday, causing tens of thousands of power outages, widespread school closings, dangerous driving conditions and a plane to slide off a taxiway.
Ranking: Best colleges in Vermont
Tuition, student-to-faculty ratio, acceptance rate, and graduation rate are factors considered in deciding these rankings.
Biggest exports from Vermont
Stacker compiled a list of the 30 largest exports from Vermont in 2022 using trade data from the Census Bureau.
Gov. Scott seeks disaster declaration for December storm
Republican Gov. Phil Scott has requested a federal disaster declaration for the December storm that left tens of thousands without power in Vermont during the Christmas holiday week.
Most popular boy names in the ’00s in Vermont
Stacker compiled a list of the most popular baby names for boys in the 00s in Vermont using data from the Social Security Administration. Names are ranked by number of babies born in Vermont from 2000 to 2009.
List: States with the biggest Native American populations
Stacker ranked the states with the largest Native American populations using data from the Census Bureau’s 2021 American Community Survey. The Census Bureau’s definition of Native Americans includes Alaskan Natives but excludes Native Hawaiians.
Vermont removes possibly contaminated marijuana from stores
Vermont regulators have removed marijuana potentially contaminated with a pesticide from five retail stores after a consumer reported feeling sick after smoking some.
List: Best county to live in for every state
Stacker compiled a list of the best places to live using 2022 data from Niche, which ranks counties based on various factors, including public schools, jobs, and living costs.
International Skiing History Association honors the best books and films of 2022
The International Skiing History Association (ISHA) announced the 19 recipients of its annual awards honoring the best works of history published during 2022. Winners include four films, 10 books, four honorable mentions, and a Lifetime Achievement Award.
Gerry Goldstein: The highs and lows of falling in love
With Valentine’s Day approaching, we are reminded that love over the generations has had its admirers and its detractors, depending on one’s personal experience.
How gun commerce has changed in Vermont since 2010
Stacker analyzed data from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearmsand Explosives to determine how gun commerce has changed in Vermont since 2010.
Vermont gas utility sees geothermal as a part of its carbon-cutting portfolio
Vermont Gas Systems is seeking possible sites for its first networked geothermal project, in which multiple buildings would be connected to a system that provides emission-free heating and cooling via underground pipes.
Most popular girl names in the ’00s in Vermont
Stacker compiled a list of the most popular baby names for girls in the 2000s in Vermont using data from the Social Security Administration.
2023 James Beard Award Semifinalists include New England Chefs and Restaurants
The 2023 Restaurant and Chef Semifinalists are recognized across 23 categories, including the new Award for Outstanding Bakery.
Top party schools in every state
Using data released by Niche in December 2022, Stacker compiled a list revealing the colleges and universities with the best party scene in each state and Washington D.C.
Hardest college to get into in every state
To see which schools in each state are the most difficult to get into, Stacker combed through Niche’s 2023 Hardest Colleges to Get Into in America ranking.
Biggest snowfalls recorded in Vermont history
Stacker compiled a list of the biggest 1-day snowfalls in Vermont using data from the National Centers for Environmental Information to better understand historical snowfall events on a local level.
Most popular girl names in the 90s in Vermont
Stacker compiled a list of the most popular baby names for girls in the 90s in Vermont using data from the Social Security Administration.
Jerry Frear: Why self-care?
Self-care has become a buzzword in recent times, but some people have negative reactions due to a lack of understanding in terminology.
Most commonly seen birds in Vermont
Stacker compiled a list of the most common birds seen near feeders in Vermont using data from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s Project FeederWatch.
Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England kicks off 2023 Girl Scout Cookie Season
Girl Scouts in Southeastern New England are now selling the exclusively online, berry-blasted Raspberry Rally™ cookie alongside the iconic cookie lineup, powering amazing experiences in outdoors, STEM, and beyond.
Most popular boy names in the 90s in Vermont
Stacker compiled a list of the most popular baby names for boys in the 90s in Vermont using data from the Social Security Administration.
Jerry Frear: Transformation starts with you
As the Chinese proverb says “a journey of one thousand miles begins with the first step.”
The Conversation U.S. weekly news quiz
Test your reading with a weekly quiz drawn from some of our favorite stories. Questions this week on the pope emeritus, women in politics and Theodore Roosevelt.
Vermont seeks federal damage assessment from storm, outages
Vermont has requested a federal damage assessment to see if the state qualifies for a federal major disaster declaration from last month’s storm that caused tens of thousands of power outages and other damage.
Counties in Vermont with the fastest-rising temperatures in the last 100 years
Stacker cited data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Center for Environmental Information to identify the counties in Vermont with the greatest departure from average temperatures during the period December 2021 to November 2022 compared to the 1901-2000 average.
Tradition of hiking in the new year reaches all 50 US states
A simple plan to get more people enjoying the outdoors on New Year’s Day has become a nationwide movement after a hike at a Massachusetts park more than three decades ago.
Recreational marijuana dispensaries on the rise in Vermont
In the first three months that Vermont has allowed the retail sale of marijuana for adult recreational use, the number of dispensaries around the state has grown from just three to about 25, with several more are expected to open soon.
Editorial Roundup: New England
Mainers gave us many reasons to be hopeful this year, Time to fix the Massachusetts Republican Party, and more.
Frigid monster storm across US claims at least 34 lives
Millions of people hunkered down against a deep freeze Sunday to ride out the winter storm that has killed at least 34 people across the United States and is expected to claim more lives after trapping some residents inside houses with heaping snow drifts and knocking out power to tens of thousands of homes and businesses.
The AP Interview: Vermont Sen. Leahy ponders his legacy
Sen. Patrick Leahy lingered on a narrow balcony on the west side of the U.S. Capitol, soaking in a panoramic view of the National Mall, the Washington Monument and, beyond, the Lincoln Memorial.
Vail Resorts fined $27,000 after Stowe zip line death
Vail Resorts has been fined more than $27,000 for safety violations after a Stowe Mountain Resort employee was thrown from a zip line ride and died last fall.
Inaugural Vermont Gear Maker’s Festival and Gravel Grinder Bike Ride to be held in Stowe in April
The day-long event celebrates outdoor creativity and activity in Vermont.
MCR Development announces acquisition of Stoweflake Mountain Resort & Spa
MCR Development today announced that it has acquired the 117-room Stoweflake Mountain Resort & Spa in Stowe, Vermont.
What’s Up This Weekend in Stowe: Twilight Snowshoe Tour, Winter Farmers’ Market, Clara Dreams, and more
Plus: Yoga, brewery tours, snow games, rock climbing, meet the cows tour, and more.
Stowe Cider releases Aprés Spritz
Aprés Spritz is available now online for pre-order and will be in Stowe Cider’s taproom starting Thursday, December 9.
New England 10 Miler Series returning to Newport, Portland, and Stowe in 2022
Run 10 miles in three of New England’s favorite destinations – Portland, Newport and Stowe while earning some extra swag and bling.
Stowe Mountain Resort will open for the winter season on November 26
“The FourRunner Quad will start spinning at 8 am and we will be celebrating the first runs of the day with DJ music, complimentary 85th-anniversary pins, and our warm, and delicious breakfast sandwiches”
Vermont 10 Miler returns to Stowe on November 7
A 10-mile running race in Stowe, Vermont, where the Fall colors and beautiful mountain and river vistas make the challenging course worth every step.
Save on winter travel to Stowe during Vail Resorts’ Winter Getaway Sale
In Vermont, guests can take advantage of Winter Getaway Sale lodging rates starting at $129 per night.