MIDDLEBURY — Officials of the Addison Central School District today announced a procedure for pick up school breakfasts and lunches during next week’s spring break.
MIDDLEBURY — Counseling Service of Addison County (CSAC) officials are seeing a surge in calls from people who are becoming increasingly anxious about the isolation and economic impacts of the coro
MONTPELIER — With the Vermont Education Fund’s revenue sources hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, a legislative office last week projected that the fund will have an $88.7 million revenue shortfall
MONTPELIER — New lawmakers spent a full three days learning parliamentary procedures at the Statehouse so they can hit the ground running when the gavel drops on a new legislative biennium.
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MIDDLEBURY — Leaders of the Charter House Coalition (CHC) want people to know that work continues on behalf of the homeless even though the shelter at 27 North Pleasant St.
MIDDLEBURY — The coronavirus has sadly claimed another major event: Middlebury’s much-loved Festival on-the-Green, which was to have taken place as usual this July.
VERGENNES — The value of the weekly Vergennes-area COVID-19 meeting shone through on Wednesday morning when the topic of personal protective equipment, or PPE, came up, and the leader of one agency
MIDDLEBURY — Arts and entertainment venues have been closed nationwide due to coronavirus-related shutdowns, and just this week word came that Festival on-the-Green has been canceled for this July.