MUHS boys’ tennis splits a pair

The Tigers’ No. 1 singles player Andy Giorgio comes to the net during his 7-5 6-1 singles victory over Harwood Union High School’s Cole Baitz on Friday. Independent photo/Steve James

MIDDLEBURY — The sun shone on the Middlebury Union High School boys’ tennis team on Friday, at least metaphorically, as they downed visiting Harwood and won all five contested matches.

Monday sports highlights, Eagle and Commodore softball victorious, Tiger boys’ lax win twice

Middlebury third base Emma Deering blocks the bag to tag Eagle runner Gabrielle LaFreniere in the Tigers’ home loss to Mt Abe on Saturday. Independent photo/Steve James

ADDISON COUNTY — In local high school sports competitions played after the rain ended last Wednesday night and nightfall on Saturday, the Mount Abraham and Vergennes softball teams both tallied win

Leahy paved way for Frost Trail renovation

SEN. PATRICK LEAHY and his wife, Marcelle, joined Green Mountain National Forest officials, invited guests and friends of the Moosalamoo Association to dedicate the reopening of the Robert Frost Interpretive Trail in Ripton with remarks at the Bread Loaf Barn and then by hiking its length on a blustery Tuesday morning. The trail has undergone a three-year, $650,000 overhaul, which made the entire 1.2 miles of the trail universally accessible. Independent photo/Steve James

RIPTON — While walking along the newly refurbished Robert Frost Interpretative Trail in Ripton this Tuesday, Sen.

Nonprofits to build affordable housing in Bristol

Developers are hoping to break ground for Bristol’s Firehouse Apartments by the end of this year. The 20-unit neighborhood of mostly affordable housing will be located just east of the fire station on land that Evernorth (formerly Housing Vermont) and the Addison County Community Trust are purchasing from Bristol-based Stoney Hill Properties LLC. Image courtesy Evernorth

BRISTOL — Someday in the not-too-distant future, a few dozen Bristol residents will likely include some version of the following phrase when directing people to their homes: “Turn at the firehouse.


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