Cindy and Michael Seligmann of Ripton and the Addison County Parent/Child Center in Middlebury have been honored with the Vermont Community Foundation’s 2014 Community Impact Award.
On Sept. 19, the Vermont State Police responded to a theft of a motorcycle on Route 30 in Whiting.
At the New Haven Select Board meeting Sept. 16, board members and the public learned of a large-scale solar power project planned for the town.
Call it a case of mistaken identity. Shelburne Police officials said that John Dettor, 59, of Washington, D.C., broke into the law-enforcement building last week during night-time hours. Dettor told authorities he thought he was looking for a warm place to spend the night and that he thought he was breaking into a school.
On Sept. 21, the Vermont State Police Clandestine Lab Team executed a search warrant on a residence located at 9 River St. in Proctor.
On Sept. 21, Vermont State Police responded to the Addison County Fair & Field Days fairgrounds for an assault call. When troopers arrived it was discovered that the victim, Joshua Bird, 35, of Franklin had been taken by ambulance to Fletcher Allen Hospital with a severe head injury.
In 2014, the autumnal equinox brings the fall season to the Northern Hemisphere on Monday, Sept. 22 at 10:29 p.m. EDT.
When Paul Bohne’s started to field telephone calls from a handful of Chittenden County Transit Authority Board members, he knew he couldn’t resist the challenge of re-shaping the company. “I got calls from some board members,” said Bohne, from company headquarters in Burlington. “I was asked to help and I said, ‘yes.’”
Vermont Community Garden Network will host the 2014 Fall Grow It Workshop for community and school garden leaders, Monday, Sept. 29, 4-7 p.m., including a light dinner, at Lothrop Elementary School, in Pittsford.
According to the Orwell Town History, Independence Lodge 10 Free and Accepted Masons were organized on Nov. 18, 1814, and the first meetings were held in various homesteads east of the village prior to moving their meetings in 1831 to Jeremiah Boynton’s Inn (what was later known as the Eagle Inn), which once stood directly across from the Orwell Bank, where the Orwell Town Clerk’s office now resides.
Puritanism: The haunting fear that someone, somewhere, may be happy.”—H.L. Mencken
The Vermont Lake Monsters and Oakland Athletics have extended their Player Development Contract for the next two years through 2016, the two teams announced today.
Over one thousand Vermonters who are concerned about climate change will attending the People’s Climate March taking place in New York City on Sept. 21.
This year began a four-year-long centennial observation of World War I—the War to End All Wars. “War may be hell,” they say, but World War I was a kind of hell few of us can imagine today.
Senior Trooper Cari Crick of the Vermont State Police Troop C at New Haven reported that runaway Addison County juveniles Damon Tower and Wayne Larose have been located.
The Sixth Annual Honor Our Past event to benefit Rutland Catholic Schools will be held on Oct. 2 at the Holiday Inn located on U.S. Route 7.
Letter to the Editor
Prescription drugs among stolen items
On Sept. 16, Vermont State Police troopers were advised of a burglary that took place on Raymond Hill Road in Orwell. State Police met with the victim, who advised that the following items were stolen...
Annual meeting of Emergency Responders
Emergency responders from all corners of Vermont will come together Sept.18 to take part in the state's annual Emergency Preparedness Conference. The event is presented by the Vermont Department of Public Safety's Emergency Management & Homeland Security and Fire Safety divisions.
embers of the I.D. 4 and U.D. 3 school boards invite you to an open discussion to share your hopes and dreams for Middlebury schools and the children, families and community they serve.