BRISTOL — Therese Giles, a registered nurse at Primary Care Bristol and case manager for its Medication-Assisted Treatment program, is fighting on the front lines of the opioid crisis, and she is
VERGENNES — The new Addison Northwest School District superintendent traces her interest in education leadership to her first job in the field: teaching in multi-age classrooms for five years in F
MIDDLEBURY — George Kulhowvick was an intimidating force on the football field during his high school and college years.
For a few weeks every year, Middlebury Town Hall Theater Box Office Manager and Jackson Gallery Director Ellie Friml steps out of the box office and onto the stage — not to sing, but to paint.
GOSHEN — “It’s day two, and I’ve got stomach pains and hives,” Rachel Dunai said while resting on an inflated pool lounger on the floor of the Blueberry Hill Ski Center in Goshen this past Friday
MIDDLEBURY — The fourth annual Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival, set for August 23 to 26, will break its record for film submissions and boast a stellar lineup of industry guests, including some
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury officials are discussing ways to solve the local police force's current lack of reliable storage space, a problem that could drive the need for a new building near the depa
Editor’s note: Thousands of family and friends were on the Quadrangle at Middlebury College this past Sunday, May 27, to recognize a rite of passage for 532 members of the class of 2018 (including
MONTPELIER — Vermont has become the second state in the nation to ban coyote killing contests, following in the footsteps of California.