Champlain Valley Solar Farm submitteda request to the Middlebury Select Board for a waiver of the Public Service Board’s 45-day notice requirement for its solar-power project off U.S. Route 7.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced Feb. 28 that Vermont communities, families and businesses received $148 million in USDA Rural Development (RD) grants, loans and loan guarantees in federal fiscal year 2013.
Vote "no" on Article 6.
A mathematics consultant to New England schools, and a former principal of the Mary Hogan School, said local schools are not prepared to embrace the new Common Core education standards, especially in mathematics.
Special public meeting hosted by the Vermont Agency of Transportation Construction Section, this meeting will provide an update on the Middlebury, Route 125 Bridge 13 Bridge Replacement Project
"My wife Beth and I received our Town Offices and Recreation Facility mailers on Feb. 19. Even though I am a Selectman I was never offered an opportunity to review a draft of the document before it was published by the town."
Town Meeting Day in Ferrisburgh.
The global economy is an increasingly high-stakes battlefield, and governments large and small must determine daily when and how to enter that fray.
Early voting for Town Meeting Australian Ballot is available at the Town Clerk's Office Tuesday Feb 25, through Thursday Feb 27, 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
At a public information meeting held Feb. 12, Middlebury Town Manager Kathleen Ramsay reviewed proposed revisions to the draft Term Sheet based on recent meetings with the UD3 Facilities Committee and UD 3 Board.
Vermont will receive $82,126 as part of a national settlement with Endo Pharmaceuticals entered into by other states and the federal government, to resolve civil allegations that Endo illegally promoted the drug lidoderm for conditions not approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
United Nations Report
“How can we claim we didn’t know,” governments and media may soon be asking themselves as stunning new evidence of suffering and widespread human rights violations become glaringly obvious in communist North Korea?
Heather Seeley is ready to take on the Middlebury establishment. Her bid for a seat on the Middlebury Select Board is not without local discussion as the town faces a controversial downtown plan that many believe was crafted, with Middlebury College officials, behind closed doors.
I am writing on behalf of Marble Works Pharmacy to make you aware of a proposed rule released by Medicare that affects all Part D beneficiaries regarding “Preferred Pharmacy Networks” which were begun in January 2013.
Town Meeting Day, Tuesday, March 4, is soon upon us. I am heartened by the genuine interest in the race for selectboard this year. Every citizen will have the opportunity to be heard by casting their vote on the issues before our town.
- Opinion: Editorial cartoon
- 'Contact the Editor' Link
- Essex County Board of Supervisors Meeting, Monday, Nov. 7
- Essex County Ways and Means Meeting Oct. 31
- Essex County Board of Supervisors