Skiers and snowboarders where racing to get off the chair lift to get their first run down the mountain.
The red and white, peppermint delights are easy to eat but not easy to make. It takes about three people and three hours to make one batch of candy canes.
Lynn Paparella, with Stowe Performing Arts, stops by our morning show to preview the weekend's events.
At the base of Stowe Mountain Resort natural snow is starting to pile up and people are already headed to the top.
Milk, white, dark or maybe filled with peanut butter there’s no wrong way to enjoy chocolate on October 28.
Hard cider is quickly catching up to the beer industry in Vermont and on October 9 there's a celebration.
Stowe is transformed into a Bavarian inspired village. It's all for the 18th annual Stowe Oktoberfest which celebrates the harvest, foliage season and of course German food and beer.
It's a concept coveted by most Vermonters. “I think it's unique and i trust that people won't steal,” said Stowe local Rusty Dewees. The honor system.
Help celebrate Vermont's 200-year heritage and look to the future.
Car enthusiasts from all over are driving to Nichols Field to see classic and antique cars.
A one of a kind racing course for kids is in Vermont this weekend. ABC22/FOX44's Ross Lippman got a top secret sneak peek at the Kids Adventure Course before the race is run Saturday at Trapp Family Lodge in Stowe.
The rain wasn't the only thing falling down Wednesday. Branches and trees fell on roads and power lines throughout Vermont.
Stowe's 2-1 win over Middlebury in the Lake Division state championship game added another chapter in the rivalry. Raider Sophomore Chad Haggerty's two goals were the difference for Stowe, making him our Athlete of the Week.
Saturday was International Snow Day and people in Stowe celebrated with different winter events. It's all part of the fourth annual Stowe ‘Tour de Snow’ event.
Ski resorts in the area are off to a good start this winter season.
The Stowe Rotary Club's version of Germany's Oktoberfest is here--for the 17th year.
Vermont's 5th Annual Pumpkin Chuckin' Competition took place September 29th in Stowe.