Children of the North Ferrisburgh United Methodist Church Sunday School collected a noisy offering for Imagine No Malaria.
On Sunday, June 14, at 2 p.m., Middlebury Community Music Center faculty members, students of all ages, and special guests will take to the stage at the Town Hall Theater to perform together with a spirit of collaboration that has been driving the community music center in its first year.
Congratulations to Stephen Santor, a resident of Leiceter and Middlebury College employee. Santor won the 2015 Vermont Eagle Grand Prize. He found the $1,000 certificate in the hollow of a tree located in Monkton.
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U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders touted his socialist vision for America as thousands of energized supporters cheered the politician’s Vermont-styled solutions on issues from education and health care to a living wage.
Officials of Efficiency Vermont are singing the praises of a Ferrisburgh dairy farm that is showing other farms how to do “green” right.
My recent visit to Vietnam was spent exclusively in the north, in Hanoi, Halong Bay—a few hours north of Hanoi—and the ethnic tribal areas further north near the Chinese border, an overnight train trip from Hanoi.
In his typical flamboyant manner, U.S. Sen. Bernard Sanders, our self-proclaimed socialist, has announced his campaign for president. There’s no doubt Sen. Sanders will generate plenty of buzz.
Addison County and Rutland County 4-H Club members met at the Meyers’ farm in Chittenden for a sheep blocking and fitting clinic this month.
A concert of ceremonial music will recognize Vermont’s most talented organist and help kick-off this summer's celebration of the 150th birthday of historic Trinity Episcopal Church.
Middlebury College graduates wave their canes in the air during the college’s commencement ceremony May 24.
The Rokeby Museum in Ferrisburgh will open “The Farm: Drawings of Rowland Evans Robinson, 1850-1880”, a never-before-seen exhibition of drawings on Sunday, June 14.
Aug. 12, 2014 - Moved to Vermont. It is so beautiful here. The hills are so serene and beautiful. Can hardly wait to see snow cover them. God's country...I love it here.
Several town around Vermont sponsor annual Memorial Day parades. In Addison County, parades and related events in Vergennes, Middlebury and Orwell attracted patriotic, flag-waving crowds.
Local, home grown businesses in our rural areas provide so much more to the stability of our community economy than many realize.
Kelsey Soto of Rutland graduated from Colby-Sawyer College on Saturday, May 9, 2015.
Jordan Patten of Pittsford graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Political Studies from Colby-Sawyer College.
Shelburne veterans are adding touches to a memorial planned for the parade ground in town.
On May 15, at approximately 12:07 p.m., Vermont State Police at New Haven responded to a one-vehicle crash on Leduc Road in New Haven.
In recognition of Memorial Day, Addison County Transit Resources (ACTR) will be closed Monday, May 25.
Historian and writer Bill Powers of Rutland will present a fascinating story of tragedy and redemption at a special meeting of the Castleton Historical Society, on Thursday, June 4. Powers will be joined by aviation-crash expert Brian Lindner of Waterbury for a discussion about the October 1957 crash of a U.S. Army, Canadian-made, De Havilland L-20 Beaver and the deaths of four U.S. servicemen onboard.