Mount Saint Joseph Academy’s famed Taste of Rutland dinner will take place on Tuesday, March 11. Numerous area restaurants contribute their signature dishes to make this annual get-together a delectable success.
New Market Press, publisher of the Eagle, welcomes hundreds of new readers in the Bristol area starting with the Feb. 1 newsprint edition.
It takes more than a few flakes to deter letter carriers from making their appointed rounds throughout Addison and Rutland counties.
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.
Vermont’s Agency of Natural Resources issued a report to the legislature last week on the implementation of Vermont’s Universal Recycling law, Act 148, which passed the Vermont Legislature in 2012.
Holiday magic is once again coming to Middlebury, beginning Dec. 1 with A Very Merry Middlebury.
Vermont Green Scene
Although poinsettias remain number one in popularity for holiday plants, another plant that you’ll find commonly during late fall and winter is the amaryllis.
Rutland Blooms project
While most Vermonters are thinking ahead to the first snowfall, a Rutland community project is thinking ahead to spring.
Special home and garden event
Volunteers helped prepare the Henry Sheldon Museum’s front porch garden for winter in downtown Middlebury recently.
It’s time to ready your garden for winter and the Sheldon Museum can help, says the museum’s Mary Manley. On Sunday, Oct. 20, 2-3 p.m., local gardener Shari Johnson will present “Putting Your Garden to Bed for the Winter.”
If you’ve passed by the United Way’s Court Street (Route 7) office recently, you might have noticed that the front garden is looking a bit tired.
Addison County is home to hundreds of Jamaican orchard pickers during the late summer and early fall apple harvest.
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.
Marijke Niles of South Starksboro has designed a series of succulent garden displays which combine nature, recycling, and art.
Happenings from around the Eagle region...