Buy Again Alley, Bundle to move

JUTTA MISKA, LEFT, and Jeannette Gyukeri bring some clothing from the Buy Again Alley business in Middlebury’s Frog Hollow into the retail space at 60 Main St., the former home of the Bundle pop-up events center. Bundle has moved to 51 Main St., most recently occupied by The Rough Cut Restaurant. Independent photo/Steve James

MIDDLEBURY — Main Street Middlebury will welcome a new enterprise later this month when the Buy Again Alley store moves from Frog Hollow into the 60 Main St.

Police find gun used in killing; link it to stepson

DAVID AUCLAIR WAS shot and killed in the parking lot of the La Platte Headwaters Town Forest in Hinesburg. Police charged his stepson Kory George with possession of the gun that killed him. Independent photo/Christopher Ross

BURLINGTON — Vermont State Police have arrested Kory Lee George, 31, of Monkton for firearms violation charges, including possession of the gun police say was used to kill his stepfather, David Auc

François Clemmons wins the 2019 Governor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts

FRANCOIS CLEMMONS WEARS a King coat from Nigeria while showing off his impressive closets at his Middlebury home. Independent file photo/Trent Campbell

VERMONT — Governor Phil Scott today announced François Scarborough Clemmons as the recipient of the 2019 Governor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts.

Starksboro Herb Trail is taking shape

MANY USEFUL HERBS, including the pink Joe Pye weed shown here, grow along the Starksboro Creekside Trail off Route 116. On Saturday morning, herbalist Margi Gregory will lead a Guided Herb Walk along the trail, explaining the various uses of 10 of the herbs that grow wild there. Photo courtesy of Margi Gregory

STARKSBORO — The Starksboro Creekside Trail, which makes a 1.5-mile loop around a short stretch of Lewis Creek off Route 116, has been getting some special attention lately.

Monkton mulls a community center

THE TOWN OF Monkton owns the beautiful 6.6-acre parcel in Monkton Ridge — just south of the Methodist Church — for the proposed community center that would house town offices and library. Learn more about it at a Sept. 26 meeting.

MONKTON — For nearly a decade, Monkton has been searching for a solution to its aging and inefficient town offices and library facilities.


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