Holiday magic is once again coming to Middlebury, beginning Dec. 1 with A Very Merry Middlebury.
The playground on the Bristol Green has been an incredible addition to our community space, but time, safety issues and heavy use requires us to update the existing equipment to better serve our entire community.
You may recall that two bicyclists, Sophie Gerry and Martin Veit, were hospitalized when an impaired driver crossed the center line of the road during the Sept. 15 Tour de Farms and hit them head on.
The salmon fishing in Lake Champlain is turning into world class quality thanks to the success of the the lamprey treatment program and the fish stocking program.
MLB's David Newhan, Tommy Everidge join organization
The 2014 Vermont Lake Monsters field staff will include a pair of new coaches with the additions of former Major League players David Newhan as manager and Tommy Everidge as the team's hitting coach, the New York-Penn League affiliate of the Oakland Athletics announced Nov. 12 with the release of the full coaching staffs throughout the Athletics organization by Oakland.
Okemo Mountain Resort
Cooper Willsey, 16, is one of the lucky ones. He discovered his passion as a young child.
College of St. Joseph will host a trick or treat event from noon to 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 31, at St. Joseph Hall on the CSJ campus.
If you're a pilot, a student pilot, or just interested in aviation and learning to fly, you're invited to the 2013 Middlebury State Airport 6B0 Crock-Pot-Luck Fly In event.
St. Peter's Harvest Supper will be held on Sunday, Oct. 27. in the newly renovated parish hall.
Middlebury Trick-or-Treat Parade
The Better Middlebury Partnership and the Town of Middlebury will bring its annual "Spooktacular" Halloween fun event, for children of all ages and adults, to the downtown area, Sunday Oct. 27.
Saturday, Oct. 26
PEGTV, Rutland County’s public access television station, will be broadcasting the 54th annual Rutland City Halloween Parade live on cable channel 15 starting at approximately 6:45 p.m. on Oct. 26.
Geologic Map Day is Oct. 18
A new bedrock geologic map of the State of Vermont, unveiled at a ceremony at the Vermont State House in 2012, is being celebrated on National Geologic Map Day held Friday, Oct. 18. The special day for recognizing the importance of geologic maps is part of Earth Science Week 2013.
It was an amazing day Oct. 12 as 21 crews from local schools met in Burlington for Lake Champlain Maritime Museum’s annual youth rowing race.
Rutland Blooms project
While most Vermonters are thinking ahead to the first snowfall, a Rutland community project is thinking ahead to spring.