June 28, 2010
Today's issue of the Addison County Independent is now available online, at a newsstand near you, or by print or online subscription. Be sure to pick up today's paper to read coverage of:
- The Bristol Band's 140th anniversary, including streaming music from the band's outdoor concert last Wednesday.
- Upcoming Fourth of July celebrations around the region, including fireworks, festivals, food and more.
- The 30th anniversary of Addison County's parent/child center, an organization that has gone on to help Addison County achieve the lowest teen pregnancy rate in the state.
- 25-year-old Maurice Bissonnette's decision to stay in Addison County and pursue adult educational opportunities on his path to college or a career in outdoor education. Our profile of Bissonnette, who last weekend married his high school sweetheart, is the latest installment in a series about young people making a life in Addison County.
For our subscribers
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