The Porter Federation of Nurses and Health Professionals (PFNHP) met Feb. 2 with the administration at Porter Medical Center (PMC) to discuss the Middlebury hospital’s recent announcement of layoffs. PMC is attempting to cut nursing staff in doctor’s offices leaving most offices with only R.N.
CCV President Joyce Judy announced Feb. 5 that college adminsitrator Dee Steffan is retiring.
The Vermont State Senate gave preliminary approval to the Healthy Workplaces bill (H.187) on Feb. 2 with a voice vote.
St. Mary’s School in Middlebury held its annual St. mary’s School Spelling Bee. The winners, after 27 rounds: First place: Liam Wagner (5th grade), snd place: Thomas Wolosinski (6th grade), and thyrd place: Maggie Lane (4th grade).
On Feb. 4, Vermont State Police responded to aTrespassing complaint on Shard Villa Road in the Town of Salisbury.
Vermont State Police authorities responded to a residence on Veromnt Route 22A in the Town of Shoreham for a reported citizen assist complaint.
Members of the Green Mountain Wireless Society were at Christ the King School in Rutland on Feb. 4 to help set up a ground link with U.S. and Russian astronauts on the orbiting International Space Station.
Last week, I came across the tragic news story of a little boy with an Addison County, Vt., connection.
A local Vermont native is serving in the U.S. Navy as part of a crew working aboard one of the world’s most advanced ballistic missile submarines, USS Wyoming (SSBN 742).
Town Meeting 2016
Town Meeting 2016
It was a good showing for the 2016 Vermont Farm Show which concluded last week. Several of the Eagle's agribusiness advertisers attended the 2016 Vermont Farm Show held in Essex Junction.
Time Capsule Vermont: Local history
A recent piece of Bristol history went on sale on the Internet’s eBay site, recently.
According to Lake Champlain Interntional, a non-profit environmental watchdog group bsed in Colchester, Vt., up to 2.1 million gallons of polluted water were dumped in Rutland County, Jan. 10.
Television producer Joe Tilden of Rutland has been recognized by PEGTV for his commitment and dedication to public access programming.
The Rutland County Humane Society (RCHS) is working with Vermont-CAN (a low cost spay/neuter clinic in Vermont) to host a low cost spay/neuter clinic for Rutland County cats on Monday, March 28, in Pittsford.
Middlebury Town Manager Kathleen Ramsay reported at a recent Select Board meeting that newly appointed Means Woods trustees Norman Bloom and John Murphy met with former trustee Peter Hubbard to discuss the mission of the trustees and recent efforts to reinvigorate their work.
The General Federation of Women’s Clubs of Vermont (GFWC-Vermont), with a chapter locally in Orwell, announces the availability of scholarships for Vermont women.
Rutland’s Phoenix Books has been shortlisted for the 2016 Publishers Weekly Bookstore of the Year Award, which highlights singular achievements in the bookselling industry.
On Feb. 1, Vermont State Police in New Haven responded to a residence on East Street in the Town of New Haven, attempting to locate a wanted person, Krystal Turnbaugh, 31.
The non-profit Common Ground Center (CGC) is offering a wilderness based winter vacation camp on its 700-acre site in Starksboro during school vacation weeks for both Addison and Chittenden counties.