MONTPELIER — Gov.
STARKSBORO — A 30-year-old man was injured after “a weapon was discharged inside the residence” at 38 Hillside Drive in Starksboro Friday morning in an incident Vermont State Police are calling a “
BRISTOL — Emily Beattie’s 7th grade English class at Mount Abraham Union Middle School began reading “The Diary of Anne Frank” before they began remote learning.
BRISTOL — It's official — Bristol's wonderful Fourth of July parade and fireworks will not be held.
The Vermont Department of Health (DOH) today, Friday, May 29, reported a total of 62 Addison County residents had tested positive for COVID-19 thus far, unchanged for a number of days.
MIDDLEBURY — With COVID-19 activity on a steady, downward trend in Addison County, Porter Medical Center continues to ramp up services, including elective surgeries.
VERGENNES — Among many other things, Bixby Library youth services librarian Rachel Plant loves hats.
Lego hats. Santa hats. Her lobster and Dr. Seuss “Cat in the Hat” hats.