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Childcare and preschools have a vision


A GROUP OF preschoolers from Mary Johnson Daycare Center took a walk to read the outside reading project sponsored by Middlebury’s Ilsley Library. A dozen or so pages are displayed on posts circumventing Middlebury’s Riverside Park in the Marbleworks. Independent photo/Angelo Lynn

ADDISON COUNTY — As elementary, middle and high schools are implementing plans for reopening this fall, childcare services and preschools are preparing as well — and in some cases are implementing

Middlebury shops tough it out


THIS SUMMER’S AROUND-THE-CLOCK construction in downtown Middlebury is taking a toll on those who reside and do business there. But most merchants contacted by the Independent this week said they’re getting by thanks to loyal customers, and they’re looking forward to the conclusion of the heaviest work by mid-September. Independent photo/Alexa Lapiner

MIDDLEBURY — Downtown Middlebury is taking some uppercuts during its summer-long battle with a once-in-a-lifetime construction project.

Journalist with local ties is shot by federal agents


ON JULY 26, while filming anti-racism protests, freelance photojournalist Trip Jennings (depicted on this sign) was shot in the face by federal agents in Portland, Ore. His father, Howard Jennings (left), and stepmother, Sarah Stott, who live in Bristol, have been speaking out about the incident. This photo shows them at last Friday’s Bristol Peace Vigil on the town green. Photo courtesy of Sarah Stott

BRISTOL — On July 26 photojournalist Trip Jennings, whose father and stepmother, Howard Jennings and Sarah Stott, live in Bristol, was shot in the face by federal agents in Portland, Ore.

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