Officials of the Neshobe Golf Club in Brandon have announced a list of upcoming entertainment events.
Montcalm Mile expects to draw record field
A record field is expected for the 2015 Montcalm Mile.
Vermont Watchdog Report
Vermont’s Green Mountain Care Board has begun negotiations with the federal government, preparing for the 2016 go-ahead for Gov. Peter Shumlin’s all-payer health care waiver.
The Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival is scheduled for Aug. 27-30.
With local food shelves continuing to see high demand for their services, organizers from WJJR and Green Mountain Power today announced plans for the 2015 Pack the Paramount Food Drive.
A new of kind food truck festival experience, called Foodaroo 2015, is coming to downtown Middlebury, Sunday, June 21, from 3-8 p.m.
On Saturday, June 20, from 1:30–3:30 p.m., at the Chimney Point State Historic Site site interpreter Karl Crannell offers “Blast from the Past: How They Did It in New France.” Chimney Point was the site of the 1731 French fort and French settlement until 1759.
This year’s Midd Summer Festival will adopt the theme of “Booze, Blues and BBQ” to celebrate Vermont’s special offerings of spirits, music and food.
Lake Dunmore's famous landmark
Local writers and historians James and Max Petersen of Salisbury wrote the definitive history of Lake Dunmore back in 1998. Their coauthored book, “Lord Dunmore’s Lake”, has remained in print since then and inspired a new generation to seek out local history and explore some of its landmarks and artifacts.
Meet Addison County volunteer Marty Dewees of North Ferrisburgh.
At a meeting May 12, the Middlebury Select Board took public comment on proposed amendments to “An Ordinance for the Daily Closing of Parks”.
=Melissa Delehanty of the Rutland Area VNA & Hospice said the group is seeking focus group participants for study on end-of-life care.
Remember when general stores sold everything you could possibly need?
Vermont Watchdog Report
With forced vaccination set to become reality in 2016, Vermont parents are faced with drastic decisions — including feigning religious preference — as they look to make medical decisions for their children.
Longtime WCAX-TV journalist Marselis Parsons died May 26 after a battle with cancer. The 70-year-old Shelburne resident was a resident of Vermont Respite House in Williston at the time of his death.
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