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More Middlebury construction starting soon


WORKERS HAVE BEGUN to mobilize at Middlebury’s Court Square for a massive water main replacement project that will involve a sizable section of Court Street. It’s one of several projects that will take place in Addison County’s shire town this summer and will include repaving of portions of Routes 7, 30 and 125. Independent photo/William Haig

MIDDLEBURY — While the finishing touches are about to be made to the downtown Middlebury tunnel project, other construction and paving in and around the village could pose challenges for drivers st

Burlington dealer buys Denecker site


THE FORMER DENECKER Chevrolet property in Ferrisburgh at the junction of Route 7 and Monkton Road is now overflow vehicle storage for Chittenden County’s The Heritage Group Inc., which paid almost a half-million dollars for it on Dec. 30. Independent photo/Andy Kirkaldy

FERRISBURGH — South Burlington’s Heritage Automotive Group Inc.

Campus magazine examines the year of COVID


MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE'S STUDENT newspaper The Campus published a 120-page magazine last March marking the one-year anniversary of the college’s announcement that it would discontinue in-person classes because of COVID-19. The magazine includes articles, letters, essays and art produced by students weathering the pandemic from various corners of the world.

MIDDLEBURY — The cover of a March 10 special magazine, “A Year In,” published by the Middlebury College student newspaper, The Campus, says it all:

Workout program focuses on girls


BEGINNING THIS WEEK, certified coach Sal Nakhlawi, a 2019 Middlebury College graduate, is hosting Workout Wednesdays — a weekly 45-minute workout for girls in grades 6-8. It is offered through the Sister-to-Sister Program.

MIDDLEBURY — The Sister-to-Sister Program at Middlebury College is inviting all middle school and sixth-grade girls to four Workout Wednesdays starting on April 7 and continuing April 14, 21 and 28

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