MIDDLEBURY — The Vermont Department of Health today, Friday, April 3, reported that a total of 32 Addison County residents have thus far tested positive for COVID-19, a spike from the 26 confirmed
As news reports circulate about business meetings on the videoconferencing platform Zoom being interrupted, the Better Business Bureau is offering advice on how businesses can protect themselves fr
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury College’s Franklin Environmental Center will host a virtual panel Tuesday, April 7, as part of national climate teach-in.
MIDDLEBURY — The Vermont Agency of Commerce & Community Development on Wednesday, April 1, established a COVID-19 Recovery Resource Center, a new website that is helping financially strapped bu
Members of Vermont’s Congressional delegation have been working hard to help Vermont businesses weather the economic and health crisis.
BRANDON — A measure being considered by the Senate Committee on Economic Development, Housing and General Affairs would put a stay on evictions, foreclosures and repossessions during the COVID-19 p
MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury selectboard has asked state officials to designate the currently suspended downtown Middlebury rail bridges project as a “critical infrastructure” job, which would allow