• Unknown Warren remains will be removed this fall

    Sidney H. Wing’s mother died last winter. However, when it was time to bury her, he had to hold off because there were two unidentified burial vaults in his family plot.

    The Warren Cemetery Commission will be

  • The sun shines on Warren Fourth of July parade

    People began arriving as early as 8 a.m. before they closed down Main Street for Warren’s annual Fourth of July parade, celebration and street dance. From that hour the crowd consistently grew. Parade grand marshal

  • Crisis averted – Waitsfield covered bridge survives flooding

    Waitsfield’s covered bridge has been in place since 1833; it took The Valley’s most recent storm to show its resiliency.

    On Saturday, July 1, during flooding, a large tree floated down the river and was impaled

  • Work to begin on Warren School repair project

    Contracts totaling $2.55 million have been signed for a repair project at Warren Elementary School and contractors will be on site staging for the project on June 19. Work will begin on June 26.

    The work entails

  • The Warren Main Street Project is underway

    The Warren Main Street Project has finally started and the contractors need to work quickly.

    Warren’s Main Street is being completely revamped and the entire project will take place between May 30 and July 3,

  • Warren’s bridges are in need of repair

    Two of Warren’s bridges are in need of repair, but it won’t be cheap.

    Warren’s West Hill and Main Street bridges both need to be repaired, but it is likely that only one will be fixed this year. The Warren Select

  • Warren School bids $500,000 over budget

    The Warren School Board will reject both bids it received for renovation work at the elementary school after the bids came in a half a million dollars over budget.

    The Warren School Board will meet Monday, April

  • Kretz is Vermont National Geographic State Bee semifinalist

    Sixth-grader Reuben Kretz, Warren, has been notified by the National Geographic Society that he is one of the semifinalists eligible to compete in the 2017 Vermont National Geographic State Bee. The contest will be held

  • HUUSD wants equity between schools

    Although no final decisions have been made by the new unified union school board based on current class sizes, two less teachers in the school district would make schools more equitable.

    The Harwood Unified Union

  • Vermont State Police pursuing new methods in Mad River Valley

    After a huge uptick of break-ins in the Mad River Valley, the Vermont State Police are going to pursue a new, nonconventional way of policing The Valley, something they have tried and used with success in the town of

  • Mad River Valley Recreation District looks for funds to buy Mad River Park

    Now that that all of the towns have heard from the Mad River Valley Recreation District, the district is working to secure the funds for the purchase of Mad River Park. The rec district wants to buy the fields at Mad

  • Mountain Creek Horse Farm's first show

    Mountain Creek Horse Farm, Warren, had their first show debut at the Champlain Valley Open Horse Show. Erin Elwell, 11, Warren, rode Nutmeg in three classes. This was her first time showing. Charlotte Pearson, 13,

  • Warren Select Board reaches out to VTrans on Warren Falls parking

    Facing the continued overcrowding at the parking lots for Warren Falls, the Warren Select Board reached out to VTrans with some suggested changes to improve the safety at the popular swim hole. As a result, people will

  • Sixteenth Green Mountain Stage Race starts Friday

    The 16th Green Mountain Stage Race (GMSR) starts on Friday. Registration was not quite closed as The Valley Reporter went to press, but race director Gary Kessler said, “Registration has been tremendous this year. We had

  • Jasmine Bigelow hired as new chamber executive director

    Jasmine Bigelow has been hired as the new executive director of the Mad River Valley Chamber of Commerce (MRVCC). Bigelow has been the marketing director at the Stowe Area Association (SAA) for the past 10 years. The SAA

  • Big Picture hosts candidate forum

    The Big Picture Theater in Waitsfield will host The Valley Reporter/Mad River Valley Television candidate forum next month.

    The debate takes place on October 18 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. People will be able to ask

  • Warren Brook Road stabilization

    Brook Road in Warren will be closed Thursday, September 1, between Dump and Behn Roads between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

    During that time the town’s contractor will be finishing work on the road.

    Work has been

  • Duffy family feeds 6,500 at Pan-Mass Challenge

    Betsy and Sean Duffy, Warren, started volunteering at the Pan-Mass Challenge 20 years ago and since then their family has grown and everyone helps out for the once-a-year service trip to Massachusetts.


  • Sanders thrills the crowd, things ‘bern’ for real

    Bernie Sanders took home the title Embodiment of all Independents and Prickly Mountain’s “Under the Sea” was given Best in Show at this year’s Fourth of July parade.

    Locals and tourists started to file into The

  • Warren residents approach select board about Act 46

    The Warren Select Board dealt with questions surrounding Act 46, a new law that aims to consolidate school governance and budgets across the state.

    Warren resident Valerie Bigelow, who is running against Warren