Tiger boys defeat Mt. Abe in double overtime

TIGER SENIOR DEFENDER Greg Wilhelm heads the ball as Eagle senior back Henry Cogswell leaps in to try to block the ball during Saturday's game at Mount Abraham, won by MUHS in double overtime. Photo by Mark Bouvier

BRISTOL — Just when it began to look like the host Mount Abraham Union High School boys’ soccer team had done enough to hold on for a tie on Saturday vs.

Ripton streambed is getting major work

WORKERS WILL BE busy well into November making $2.5 million in repairs aimed at strengthening the banks of the Middlebury River off Route 125 in Ripton. They are shown here installing river diversion devices this summer. Photo courtesy of VTrans

MIDDLEBURY — Those traveling along Route 125 in Ripton have been getting a firsthand look at a $2.5 million effort to stabilize key sections of the Middlebury River stream bank, which has been peri

WomenSafe to see changes in leadership and its name

WOMENSAFE RECENTLY ANNOUNCED key leadership changes and the successful, early track record of its first-ever transitional apartments for survivors of domestic and sexual violence. Pictured here are new WomenSafe interim Director Christina Grier, left, and exiting Executive Director Kerri Duquette-Hoffman, who’s leaving the nonprofit after 19 years. Independent photo/John Flowers

MIDDLEBURY — WomenSafe is marking this fall with a change in leadership, the first success stories emerging from the agency’s first-ever transitional housing for survivors of domestic and sexual vi


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