MCTV to offer 'virtual' Festival on-the-Green

FOR FOUR DECADES music lovers have gathered on the Middlebury town green during the summer to listen to and watch live performances. Such performances are out this summer, but MCTV will broadcast tape of 42 past Festival on the Green performances next week. Independent file photo/John S. McCright

MIDDLEBURY — Coronavirus may have killed the live performances at the Festival on the Green, which for four decades has hosted a week of entertainment on the Middlebury town green during mid-summer

Sheldon lands $29k National Endowment grant

BATHERS AT LAKE Dunmore, c. 1910, is just one of the archived photos being added to the Sheldon Museum’s digital archive project. A new CARES grant from the NEH will help the Sheldon continue with their digital archive despite economic pressures caused by the coronavirus and Middlebury’s rail and bridge project. Photo/ Henry Sheldon Museum Collection

MIDDLEBURY — The Henry Sheldon Museum of Vermont History has been awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) CARES grant in the amount of $29,362 for the project, “Archives Alive: Buildi

Farm that rescued abused animals in Brandon struggling financially

THE GUTEL FAMILY owns and operates the Kinder Way Sanctuary in Benson. From left, daughter Sara, 15, mom Erika, son Noah, 3 (hiding his face), dad Mark, and son Mason, 12. The family has been struggling financially since taking in most of the animals seized from a Kimball Road farm in Brandon in January. Independent photo/Lee J. Kahrs

BENSON/BRANDON — It’s been exactly five months since police seized more than 400 animals at a farm on Kimball Road in Brandon. So, what happened to them? 


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