Bill Lawson caps quarter century as leader of MUHS

LONGTIME MIDDLEBURY UNION High School Principal Bill Lawson will be retiring this June. While it’s been strange presiding over an empty school building during the coronavirus pandemic, Lawson leaves with many fond memories after 25 years of service. Independent photo/Steve James

MIDDLEBURY — William Lawson has spent the last quarter-century leading Middlebury Union High School.

Green Up Day moved to May 30

SOME PEOPLE HAVE already started picking up trash along Vermont roads, as is shown by this Green Up bag spotted on Seminary Street Extension in Middlebury late last month. But the official Green Up Day has been postponed to May 30 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Independent photo/John S. McCright

MONTPELIER — Green Up Vermont has been closely monitoring coronavirus (COVID-19) communications and guidance from the Vermont Department of Health, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) reports, and

An impromptu art show in Bristol

JULIE, ROWEN, SILAS and Levi Clark decorated their kitchen stools with artwork. Photo by Tom Pollak

BRISTOL — Last Saturday Bristol resident Ali Gibson organized “Art on Display Day” as “a fun way to share some smiles with neighbors.” Around town, porches and front yards became impromptu gallerie

Activities around town for Apr. 9

ZOOM A SCIENTIST in online webinars on watershed and aquatic science with professors from UVM, SUNY Plattsburgh and the Lake Champlain Research Institute. Photo courtesy of UVM Extension

Vermont needs volunteers! The state of Vermont is putting out a call for volunteers to help on a variety of fronts with COVID-19 emergency response.


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