VERGENNES — The next in a series of anti-racism events on the Vergennes will be held on Saturday, July 11, when city resident Rose Archer will speak on racial equality.
With early voting for the Aug.
The Vermont House approved police reform legislation Friday that requires all state police to wear body cameras, prohibits officers from using chokeholds and other similar restraint techniques, whi
Hear live outdoor music. JazzEssentials, a jazz trio born in COVID-19 quarantine playing favorites from the Great American Songbook, will perform at the front entrance of the Middl
MONTPELIER — Few birding experiences rival hearing the haunting call of the loon or seeing them glide by in protected coves on a lake.
VERGENNES — Drivers through downtown Vergennes and along West Main Street near the city center can expect delays during the week of July 6 through 10 as workers pour and prep sidewalk and pedestria
MIDDLEBURY — The Champlain Valley Farmer Coalition (CVFC) recently hired its first executive director.