Doug Hoffer, the state auditor, has been criticizing the Vermont Employment Growth Incentive Program, or VEGI, for more than 20 years.
VERGENNES — A new effort set to begin on Sept. 14 will provide hundreds of free meals to residents in need in the Vergennes area — and possibly beyond at some point.
MIDDLEBURY — Addison County’s largest employer on Friday announced a new staff leave policy, with the hope of minimizing the risk sick employees might pose to the campus community and to provide a
MIDDLEBURY — A second Middlebury College student has tested positive for COVID-19.
This was the student’s second COVID-19 test. The first had been negative.
VERGENNES — Rose Archer made it clear she appreciated the fact that dozens of her fellow Vergennes residents had come to the city green several times this summer to hear her speak about the virus o
MIDDLEBURY — Addison County public school districts are organizing a series of childcare hubs that will offer safe, supervised space for young students on days they won’t physically be attending cl
ADDISON — Joined by a former Vermont independent school administrator on Tuesday, the Addison selectboard looked at options for its students’ education that included operating an independent town s
MIDDLEBURY — The massive railroad tunnel construction project in the downtown has dug deep into Middlebury’s bedrock, exposing a deep-seated geology that most of us rarely — if ever — think about.
NEW HAVEN — Jon Christiano of New Haven spent four years shepherding the Addison County Republican Committee.