Archive - Aug 2010
ALBANY, N.Y. — Garland “Chico” Martin, a Bristol Planning Commission member and Bristol Elementary School director, is recovering from injuries he sustained in a serious, one-vehicle crash near Comstock, N.Y., on Aug. 20.
Addison County Independent: Breaking News
Sometimes news can't wait for Monday! In our unprecedented Friday news digest, we offer three stories, online now:
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VERMONT — On Friday afternoon, the Vermont Secretary of State’s office released its eagerly awaited (but still unofficial) tally of the votes cast in Tuesday’s Democratic gubernatorial primary. Though the numbers won’t be certified until early next week, this count placed Peter Shumlin 197 votes ahead of runner-up Doug Racine.
MIDDLEBURY — Town officials on Thursday released a construction update stating that traffic patterns in downtown Middlebury would be changing between Friday, Aug. 27, through Friday, Sept. 3, to accommodate the completion of the roundabout and related paving.
The update stated that College Street would undergo paving and painting work for parking spaces between Friday, Aug. 27, and Monday, Aug. 30.
In this week's Patchwork, Kate Gridley celebrates the joys of fresh sweet corn. Though eating it plain is delicious, there are lots of other things to do with fresh corn. Here are just a few.
Corn Salad With Black Beans
Beans-soy, shell, filet, romano and borlotti
Beets-red & golden
Cabbage-green & red
Chard-Swiss & Sicilian
Herbs-basil, cilantro, dill, parsley, rosemary, epazote, za’atar, lemongrass, lemon verbena
Onion-red, yellow & Spanish
Peppers-colored, green & hot
Potatoes-red, russets & Yukon gold
Summer squash-yellow & zucchini
Tomatoes-plum, slicers & heirloom