If you were the next president of the University of Vermont, would you take a phone call from Gov. Peter Shumlin?
Not without reservation.
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury police are investigating an Aug.
VERGENNES — Despite the ongoing renovation of the John Graham Homeless Shelter’s main building on Monkton Road in Vergennes, shelter officials have continued to fulfill the organization’s mission
NEW HAVEN — Between petting cows in the 4-H barn, eating maple creemees at the Maple Barn and rubbing elbows with sheep shearers and cheesemakers, Vermont Secretary of Agriculture Chuck Ross’ visi
MIDDLEBURY — Poet Philip Levine mentored scores of aspiring wordsmiths during the 1980s as a faculty member of Middlebury College’s Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference.
Editor’s note: Addison County Fair and Field Days provides a calliope of sights and sounds that tantalize the senses and tickle the imagination, and the 63rd annual edition last week was no except
The Lincoln school board is looking for a replacement for senior board member Donny Sargent, who resigned from the board.
MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury selectboard last Tuesday formally approved a warning for a Sept.
MIDDLEBURY — Bill Shafer has mapped out some ambitious plans to expand use of the Marquis Theater, but the scope of those plans will largely hinge on his ability to leverage money from some major