- Green tower sculpture featured in Middlebury garden | 13 hours, 58 minutes ago
- Welch wins higher-ed union award | 19 hours, 15 minutes ago
- Construction: Washington Street Ext. closed through July 23 | 1 day, 15 hours ago
- Vermont Lake Monsters 7, Lowell 5 | 1 day, 16 hours ago
- Hand mowing tradition to continue at Fair & Field Days | 1 day, 16 hours ago
- Orwell F.D. benefit auction was a community event | 2 days, 14 hours ago
- Hubbardton walking tour will visit historic cemetery | 3 days, 15 hours ago
Green tower sculpture featured in Middlebury garden 13 hours, 58 minutes ago
Welch wins higher-ed union award 19 hours, 15 minutes ago
Construction: Washington Street Ext. closed through July 23 1 day, 15 hours ago
Hand mowing tradition to continue at Fair & Field Days 1 day, 16 hours ago
Orwell F.D. benefit auction was a community event 2 days, 14 hours ago
Hubbardton walking tour will visit historic cemetery 3 days, 15 hours ago
Guest Viewpoint: School consolidation, charters, and choice 3 days, 16 hours ago
- End of the season
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- Wrestling: Dylan v. Dillon
- Wrestling: Kenny Rivers v. Marcus Ramundo
- Wrestling: Dylan Baker v. Luis Weierbach
- Championship weekend
- Girls play Friday
- The best (potential) games in the Section VII playoffs
- Vermont Lake Monsters 7, Lowell 5
- Lake Monsters beat Hudson Valley
- NASCAR: Proctor ends winless streak
- Vermont’s only rodeo is a touch of the real West
- Lake Monsters feel the touch of Spikes
Lifestyle and Entertainment
- Green tower sculpture featured in Middlebury garden
- Hand mowing tradition to continue at Fair & Field Days
- Orwell F.D. benefit auction was a community event
- Hubbardton walking tour will visit historic cemetery
- Guided tours to crisscross Lake Champlain Bridge
Letters to the Editor
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- Red flags for single payer plan | Guest Viewpoint
- Letter to the Editor: MUHS thanks the local community
- Pipeline opponents are rude, angry, disrepectful
- Guest Viewpoint: Vergennes on the move
- 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
- 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
- Students celebrate Social Media Day
- Sawdi’s site becomes new Country House Restaurant
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.
Seong-min Kim had a two-out, two-run pinch hit double and Yairo Munoz followed with an RBI tripleduring a three-run sixth inning for a 5-3 Vermont lead as the Lake Monsters rallied for a 7-5 victory over the Lowell Spinners Tuesday night at LeLeceur Park in the opener of an eight-game New York-Penn League roadtrip.
Local residents can be proud that the annual Addison County Fair & Field Days Hand Mowing Contest is the oldest in the nation, and undoubtedly the most famous.
Vermont auctioneer John Nopp ran the show at the Orwell Volunteer Fire Department’s recent fund-raising auction. The event was held on the village green and the gazebo was the focus of the day’s activities. This summer’s outdoor event helped support the efforts of Orwell’s small volunteer force of skilled fire and rescue personnel.
On Sunday, July 27, at 1 p.m., a Hubbardton resident from the late 1700s comes to life to guide a tour to and around the East Hubbardton Cemetery.
Vermonters moan about their steadily rising education property taxes, especially as the number of students continually decreases. Rarely do citizens focus clearly on the causes of rising school taxes, and the possible solutions. That is, in part, because the “education stakeholders” are ever alert to control the agenda for “reform”.
The Vermont Lake Monsters scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to snap a 1-1 tie and got strong outings from four different pitchers in a 3-1 New York-Penn League victory over the Hudson Valley Renegades on Sunday evening at historic Centennial Field.
Ron Proctor waited nearly two years to carry a checkered flag at Devil’s Bowl Speedway, but the wait became worth it as the veteran driver won the double-points Rutland Herald Mid-Season Championship in dominant fashion on Friday, July 18.
New search efforts will begin this month for the missing private jet that disappeared into Lake Champlain in the winter of 1971 that was carrying two crew members and three passengers. A new high-tech search using modern techniques, sophisticated side-scanning sonars, underwater vehicles and a submarine will take place.
On Sunday, July 27, at 1 p.m. the public will have a unique opportunity to explore the history and views from the new Lake Champlain Bridge during the first of three guided walks. The activities are jointly presented offered by the Chimney Point State Historic Site in Vermont and Crown Point State Historic Site New York. Site managers Tom Hughes and Elsa Gilbertson will lead the unusual walking tour.
One person is dead and 55 have been taken to area hospitals after a tour bus overturned on Interstate 87 early Friday morning.
Back in the 1980s, I attended a workshop about how to deal with people, personal challenges, and even career politics. I’ve forgotten the name of the individual who delivered the workshop, but the gist of it will always stay with me: essentially, the office—and life for that matter—always comes down to “The Great Escape”.