BRISTOL — Last week, on a segment of the Bristol Trail Network that starts behind the Firehouse, Mount Abraham Union Middle School seventh-graders Isabella Shackett and Nathan Lester made a work of
ADDISON — Addison County Sheriff’s Department Sgt. Mike Elmore has always loved law enforcement.
Politics? Not so much.
SHOREHAM — Shoreham Democrat Ruth Shattuck Bernstein always knew she’d eventually run for the Vermont House. But the timing never seemed right.
BENSON — At age 76, Richard “Sensei” Lenchus could probably still flatten most men half his age. He’s earned more martial arts awards and titles than just about anyone.
LINCOLN — Back in the day — this would have been the early 1900s — there was a kid in Lincoln named Roger Sargent who had his own special cup hanging on a nail in the Lincoln Creamery down the road
Leaf-peeping opportunities can still be found in the area, but travelers — particularly those hoping to connect with Route 100 — should remember the Lincoln Gap Road will close for the wint
VERGENNES — Barring another tie, Vergennes residents will pick the seventh member of their city council this coming Tuesday, and it’ll either be former longtime City Manager Mel Hawley or former co
VERGENNES — Residents of the Addison Northwest School District on Thursday, Oct. 22, will have a chance to learn more about and weigh in on the future of the district.
NEW HAVEN — The former commander of the Vermont State Police’s Tactical Services Unit has taken command of the VSP’s New Haven barracks.