BRISTOL — Emily Beattie’s 7th grade English class at Mount Abraham Union Middle School began reading “The Diary of Anne Frank” before they began remote learning.
BRISTOL — It's official — Bristol's wonderful Fourth of July parade and fireworks will not be held.
MIDDLEBURY — With COVID-19 activity on a steady, downward trend in Addison County, Porter Medical Center continues to ramp up services, including elective surgeries.
VERGENNES — Among many other things, Bixby Library youth services librarian Rachel Plant loves hats.
Lego hats. Santa hats. Her lobster and Dr. Seuss “Cat in the Hat” hats.
MIDDLEBURY — In lieu of what would have been its 218th commencement ceremony, Middlebury College streamed a “Senior Celebration” online Sunday afternoon.
VERGENNES — Customers of Vergennes businesses and those who wish to enter city buildings will soon be formally requested to wear protective masks, according to an agreement in principle the Vergenn
VERGENNES — The Vergennes City Council on Tuesday approved a budget for the upcoming fiscal year that calls for the municipal portion of the city tax rate to remain unchanged from the current year.
ORWELL — Orwell voters will join their fellow Slate Valley Unified Union School District (SVUUSD) residents at the polls on June 9 to field the same fiscal year 2021 K-12 public education budget th