BURLINGTON — Participants at a conference on sustainable agriculture in Burlington last Thursday were adamant about the need for change. University of Vermont Interim President John Bramley set the scene for the “Necessary [r]evolution for Sustainable Food Systems” conference.
Several teams representing local businesses and organizations competed on July 4 in the annual Great Outhouse Race in Bristol.
Independent photos/Trent Campbell
BRISTOL — Bristol police on July 5 arrested two Monkton men and charged them with armed robbery after they allegedly forced their way into a Bristol nursing home and made off with narcotics on July 4.
Police arrested Timothy J. Boardman, 42, and Alec T. Morse, 20.
Authorities allege that the two suspects, armed with tire irons, grabbed an employee as she was leaving the Living Well Care Home on Maple Street at around 10 p.m. and forced her to re-enter the facility.
Once inside, Boardman and Morse allegedly demanded drugs and cash from the home.
Crowds turned out to see the sights and hear the sounds of the Bristol Fourth of July parade on Wednesday morning. If you missed the celebration, check out our slideshow here!
Photos by Trent Campbell
Proper watering of tomatoes, controlling slugs, and rejuvenating spring annuals are some of the gardening activities for this month.
Thank you to all who submitted to our spring photo contest! We had a lot of fun looking at all of them, and picking out our favorites was tough.
First place: Monica McEnerny shot this photo of the inside of this red tulip in her backyard in Middlebury. The vibrant colors and close-up perspective caught the eye of the judges.