Young Tiger ultimate team harries squad from Montpelier

Middlebury’s Nat McVeigh launches a pass while Montpelier players watch during the Tiger boys’ Ultimate game at Doc Collins Field on Saturday. The Solons prevailed, 13-5. Independent photo/Steve James

MIDDLEBURY — A young and mostly inexperienced Tiger boys’ Ultimate team that had barely trained together, let alone thrown Frisbees during the pandemic, gave the visitors from Montpelier High Schoo

Where are all the workers?

JENNIFER SHAFER-STOCKER, co-owner of Shafer’s Market & Deli in Middlebury, works the counter at the College Street business earlier this week. She and family members are having to work longer hours while cutting store hours because they — like many other businesses in the county and statewide — can’t find enough employees. Independent photo/William Haig

MIDDLEBURY — Only 14 months ago, Shafer’s Market & Deli at 54 College St.

Free clinic rolls out COVID vaccine to farmworkers

OPEN DOOR CLINIC RN Martha Redpath administers a first dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to a worker at a Salisbury farm in late March as part of the clinic’s push to vaccinate as many farmworkers as they can. Photo courtesy of Open Door Clinic

MIDDLEBURY — Most people see the COVID-19 vaccine as a ticket to freedom, travel and reconnecting with friends and loved ones after 14 months of pandemic-forced seclusion.


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