While flying as a fighter pilot in the Vermont Air National Guard, Sam Cutting III found Dakin Farm in 1960 and moved his family into the original farm house built in 1792. At that time, the farm included a small roadside stand which was called “Dakin Farm Maple Market” named after Timothy Dakin and his descendents who owned Dakin Farm until 1940.
St. Patrick's Day
March is a busy month for live entertainment at Two Brothers Tavern in downtown Middlebury...
Chef Robert Barral, co-owner and executive chef of Café Provence in Brandon, Vt., announced the March 19 opening of his second restaurant, Robert Barral's Café Provence on Blush Hill, at the Best Western Plus Waterbury-Stowe.
Middlebury’s newest restaurant, called the Lobby, opens this week. According to the Lobby's website, the eatery will open Feb. 15.
Hits Middlebury’s downtown streets Saturday, March 8, beginning at 1 p.m.
The Better Middlebury Partnership announced that the 6th Annual Vermont Chili Festival will take place on Saturday, March 8, beginning at 1 p.m.
New Market Press, publisher of the Eagle, welcomes hundreds of new readers in the Bristol area starting with the Feb. 1 newsprint edition.
The Addison County Food Shelf, which is run by HOPE on Boardman Street in Middlebury, is serving numbers of people unimaginable not long ago. A few years ago we were alarmed to see 300 people a month.
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. Back in 1959, the United States was on top of the world, leading in manufacturing and innovation. Europe and Japan were slowly recovering from the world war, while the Soviet Union’s sphere was expanding with bigger thermonuclear bombs and bigger rockets by which to lob them across continents.
Holiday magic is once again coming to Middlebury, beginning Dec. 1 with A Very Merry Middlebury.
Woodchuck Hard Cider of Middlebury has begun shipping its latest handcrafted cider, Woodchuck Cellar Series Smoked Apple. It is the second offering from the company’s Cellar Series line, which features a rotating selection of rare and unique ciders.
Hunger Free Vermont’s Hunger Council of Addison County convened Sept. 16 to learn about the important role that school meal programs play in addressing childhood hunger.
Tour de Farms event, Sept. 15
Last year, apple growers in Addison and Rutland counties had a miserable time of it. When the mercury reached 80 degrees in March 2012, growers knew something was wrong and there’d be trouble ahead.
Bristol's 'Better L8 Than Never Car Show', 'Bristol Harvest Festival' scheduled for September weekends
Two separate weekends in September will host events that will bring both visitors and area residents to downtown Bristol.
The roots of Vermont’s organic farming movement will be explored in a daylong conference presented by the Vermont Historical Society Saturday, Sept. 21. Panel discussions will focus on the 1970s, a time when Vermont’s communes, colleges and co-ops played significant roles in shaping today’s interest in local and organic food systems.
Rutland residents had the moment they had been waiting for on Aug. 15 after the anticipated German-owned discount grocery chain, Aldi USA, finally opened its doors.