January 2021

Future in doubt for New Haven train depot

AFTER MORE THAN 30 years of operating out of the 19th-century New Haven Train Depot, the folks at Roundtree Construction are looking for a new office, at least temporarily. The Vermont Agency of Transportation says the building needs to be moved or torn down. Pictured left to right, Roundtree co-owner Ric Santa Maria, project manager Sarah Heneghan and project manager Scott Reiss. Not pictured: Co-owner Dan Morris. Independent photo/Steve James

NEW HAVEN — Metaphorically speaking, the New Haven Train Depot at the junction of Route 7 and Route 17 is between a rock and a hard place.

Anais Mitchell to Zoom in for benefit concert

ADDISON COUNTY NATIVE Anaïs Mitchell, a celebrated indie folk singer and songwriter, will perform brand new songs at a Feb. 12 Zoom concert that will benefit the Middlebury Community Music Center, The Giving Fridge, and two local restaurants. Photo by Andy Willsher

MIDDLEBURY — For the past 10 months those who’ve walked past the Middlebury Community Music Center (MCMC) at 6 Main St. have noticed something strange.

The sound of silence.


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