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Legislators to kick off National Farmer’s Market Week in Rutland 20 hours, 56 minutes ago
Lake Champlain reenactment will include 1700s amphibious landing 21 hours, 10 minutes ago
Exploring Vermont’s covered bridges 1 day, 18 hours ago
The new seal of quality: "Made in Vermont" 2 days, 21 hours ago
Flowers for Field Days 2 days, 21 hours ago
Bristol Stampede was lots of fun—for a good cause 3 days, 20 hours ago
Middlebury author receives National Medal of Arts 3 days, 21 hours ago
Brandon driver to make Adirondack debut 5 days, 23 hours ago
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- Lake Champlain reenactment will include 1700s amphibious landing
- Exploring Vermont’s covered bridges
- The new seal of quality: "Made in Vermont"
- Flowers for Field Days
- Bristol Stampede was lots of fun—for a good cause
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- Searching Lake Champlain for a lost 1971 jet
- Theft of items at Silver Lake
- Vandalism in Ripton
- Vermont State Police blotter
- Juveniles assault man with pepper spray
- The new seal of quality: "Made in Vermont"
- From the Editor: Did they die with their boots on?
- Vermont’s only rodeo is a touch of the real West
- Community workshop to discuss future of retailing in Middlebury
- Creative Fiber Designs reopens in new location
Vermont’s Secretary of Agriculture, Chuck Ross, will join Rutland County legislators at the Rutland Downtown Farmers’ Market to kick-off National Farmer’s Market Week this Saturday, Aug. 2.
Crown Point State Historic Site will host its annual French and Indian War Encampment on the weekend of Aug. 9–10. Nearby Chimney Point State Historic Site in Vermont is also participating in the event this year.
The Eagle's summer road trip series
If Vermont is best known for fresh maple syrup and vibrant autumn foliage it’s equally well known for its ubiquitous covered bridges.
Big Lenny’s Hot Dogs have been an essentially staple in the Rutland lunch scene for over 25 years now. Local legend Lenny Montuori has been serving hot dogs at his roadside cart since he and friend Reggie Groeneweld purchased the cart in 1988 with his homemade toppings as well.
Beauty for all to see
If you haven’t ever entered flowers at Addison County Fair and Field Days, or even considered doing so, you should. It is easy, you often have a good chance at some ribbons and perhaps even monetary awards, and you will be adding to the beauty for all to see.
The 21st Annual Three-Day Stampede toward the Cure for Cystic Fibrosis appears to be one for the record book this year. The summer event appears to have mounted breaking yard sale donations, according to the event’s operators.
Novelist, poet, and essayist Julia Alvarez of Middlebury has won a 2013 National Medal of Arts award and will join fellow recipients and the Obama family at a White House ceremony on Monday, July 28. The event will be live streamed on the Middlebury College campus today.
Inaugural NMCS champion Vince Quenneville, Jr., is among the drivers excited to head to Airborne on Saturday. The Brandon veteran finished fifth in a recent weekly event at the 4/10-mile, progressively banked oval, and has momentum on his side after a victory at his home track at Devil’s Bowl Speedway earlier this month.
Perhaps one of the weirdest—dare I say down right ghoulish—things I’ve seen in recent months is a web-based real estate-related service known as DiedInHouse.com.
During her thirty-eighth voyage, the Charles W. Morgan visited the National Historical Park at the Charlestown Navy Yard in Boston, Mass., on July 18-20.
A new drop box for the Charlotte Public Library debuted this month and is gaining rave reviews from local library patrons.
A piece of contemporary outdoor sculpture is shaking things up in the Sheldon Museum’s period garden in downtown Middlebury this season.
U.S. Rep. Peter Welch (D-Vermont), was chosen as the recipient of the American Association of University Professors’ 2014 Henry T. Yost Congressional Recognition Award, given annually to a member of Congress who has championed the causes of higher education.
Washington Street Extension will be closed to traffic between the east entrance to Peterson Terrace and Road 18 through Wednesday, July 23, while the Highway Department replaces two culverts along that section of roadway. Call the Public Works Department at 802-388-4045 with questions or concerns.