There is no doubt that the Addison Rutland Natural Gas Project will strengthen our economy, help retain and create jobs by cutting heating bills by 40 to 50 percent and significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions—advantages that help Vermont transition toward a cleaner and more affordable energy future.
Join the Rutland County Humane Society (RCHS) for our annual Duck Derby to raise needed funds for the homeless animals in Rutland County.
Since Aug. 16, I have received over a dozen e-mails regarding my editorial titled, “A Case of Solar Hubris”.
I hope you found the last few weeks of value, as I gave way from my weekly column to allow candidates running for office this fall to properly introduce themselves and their planned intentions if they are elected.
On behalf of the employees of Vermont Gas, I offer our appreciation and thanks to attendees who stopped by our booth at the Addison County Fair and Field Days.
My name is Peter Briggs. I am a native Vermonter; born in Middlebury and raised in Addison.
Do you have stray, feral or abandoned cats near your home or workplace?
Lately, I’ve been wondering why Vermont is rushing so quickly to embrace every neighborhood solar- and wind-energy project that comes down the pike.
On Sept., 27, we’re hosting a benefit for Conrad F. Bell at the American Legion in Vergenne.
Your editorial in the Aug. 9 issue is right on the mark.
The Vergennes Lions Club wishes to thank everyone who contributed items to make this year’s charity auction a success.
In Lou Varricchio’s editorial on August 2, he wrote, “I think that once I’m dead, that’s pretty much it -- end of story.
Addison-1 District, Addison Candidate for State House of Representatives
Let your favorite pooch enjoy the end of summer with a dip in the pool.
“If you adopt me, here’s what you’ll get a fun and playful personality, entertainment for hours on end, super cuteness, attention grabbing, affectionate and loving of all people and all animals.