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Businesses scoop up downtown Middlebury retail space

Otter Creek Kitchenware and Electronics and Edgewater Gallery on the Green have new locations in downtown Middlebury’s Battell Block.

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Police arrest Ferrisburgh woman

On July 29, Vermont State Police troopers responded to a fraud report regarding forged bank checks used at several locations in Middlebury and Vergennes.

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You're invited: Middlebury business plans "Day of Play", Aug. 1

Mountain View Equipment, a John Deere dealership in Middlebury, will hold its first Day of Play on Saturday, Aug. 1. The free event for families will include kids’ activities, games and an antique tractor show. The Day of Play will run from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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Bookstore’s new Vermont collection brings in customers

Monroe Street Books, located next to Paquette Storage on Route 7 in Middlebury, claims the title of being Vermont’s biggest bookstore—new or used. As a result, authors, students, and other book lovers, like to visit the store to browse or find out-of-print research books. You never know who you’re going to bump into in the store’s crowded aisles.

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Remembering restaurant-owner Chef Michel Mahe

Vermont restaurant owner Michel Mahe died July 21, 2015. He was the son of a popular French chef in New York, N.Y. Mahe moved to Vermont in 1999 to open a string of popular, award-winning restaurants.

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Guest Viewpoint: Moving Vermont forward

Moving Vermont’s economy forward requires investments in both innovation and infrastructure.

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Head of realtor trade group: property taxes causing Vermont's outmigration

Vermont Watchdog Report

High property taxes in Vermont are bad for homeowners and are causing people to leave Vermont...

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Got milk? 85 years of doing business at Monument Farms Dairy

Monument Farms Dairy will celebrate 85 years of local business on July 18.

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Seabrook atomic plant helping to keep the lights on in Vermont

Vermont Watchdog Report

Utility companies in Vermont are buying nuclear capacity from New Hampshire while Vermont dismantles its former electricity-generating nuclear powerhouse.

Vergennes Union High School alumnus named to editorial board

Justus Sturtevant, of Vergennes, has been selected to serve on the editorial board of The Crusader student newspaper at Susquehanna University.

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College to launch professional development program for adult learners

College of St. Joseph will launch a new education and training program called Pro-C.E.E.D. at CSJ—Professional Continuing Education, Enrichment and Development at CSJ—this September.

Olson receives certification

Jeff Olson of Addison County Real Estate Achieves Certified Buyer Representative Designation

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Addison County Regional Planning Commission supports gas pipeline

At a special meeting, the Addison County Regional Planning Commission (ACRPC) voted again to support Vermont Gas’ Addison Natural Gas Project Phase 1. The 23-9 vote showssignificant ongoing support for the project in Addison County.

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Noelke named as director of higher ed group

The Green Mountain Higher Education Consortium has named Corinna Noelke of Middlebury as its first executive director to oversee the combined administrative cost-saving efforts of Champlain College, Saint Michael’s College and Middlebury College.

Crosby joins food association

Crosby Forge & Farm joined the Vermont Specialty Food Association recently.