Wild Mountain Thyme is closing after 49 years

WILD MOUNTAIN THYME at 48 Main St. in downtown Middlebury will soon close after almost 50 years of continuous ownership by one family. Pictured here, left to right, are store associate Jen Oberkirch, business owner Paula Israel and store associate Kitty Hall. Photo courtesy of Jen Oberkirch

MIDDLEBURY — Wild Mountain Thyme, Main Street Middlebury’s longest running business under the same ownership, will soon close its doors.

Sugarmakers are adapting to a warmer climate

ADDISON COUNTY MAPLE Sugarmakers Association President Moe Rheaume of Salisbury, standing in his booth at the association’s annual conference on Saturday, worries about global warming affecting Vermont’s maple industry. Independent photo/Emma Pope McCright

MIDDLEBURY — This past Saturday, over 100 sugarmakers gathered at Middlebury Union High School to hear presentations about the state of the maple industry, talk shop and enjoy some delicious maple

Mobile clinic brings new care option to Middlebury

MEDICATION ASSISTED TREATMENT Clinician Amy Kittredge and Dr. Will Porter confer in Mountain Health Center’s mobile medical van, which offers a variety of health care services to area residents with transportation barriers. The van can accommodate six people at one time and currently sets up shop in the St. Mary’s School parking lot in Middlebury. Independent photo/John S. McCright

MIDDLEBURY — Mountain Health Center is based in Bristol, but its reach and care extends well into Middlebury, thanks to a mobile medical van stationed every Tuesday and Thursday in the parking lot


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