March 30th, 2017
This is not a joke. The Welterweights are coming to the Ripton Community Coffee House on Saturday, April 1, at 7:30 p.m.
Lowell Thompson and Kelly Ravin are the Welterweights. Their band is a collaboration of the two songwriters who have created a cohesive and thoughtful collection of music. The original songs, accompanied by skillfully played guitars ? both acoustic and electric ? can be best categorized as Americana or alt-country.
BURLINGTON — A federal grand jury late last week indicted a woman originally from Bristol and two men from New Jersey, charging all three with drug-related crimes.
RUTLAND — A Federal indictment issued last week against Alyssa Grace, 20, listed her a Brandon resident, but it is unclear what her association with Brandon is.
MIDDLEBURY — Staff at The Counseling Service of Addison County hopes members of the public will share their excitement about several local events to take place during Autism Awareness Month. Among other activities, they will be hosting a free community movie in a sensory friendly space, with room for games and play in the back for small children.
This week’s writer is Robbie Maher, a junior at BFA-St. Albans and editor and marketing director of the BFA Mercury newspaper.
In the midst of the Trump administration, the rights of a free press are questioned daily in tweets and from the podium in the White House briefing room.
MONTPELIER — Three public hearings have been set by the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department and Vermont Fish and Wildlife Board to gather input on proposed changes to otter and muskrat trapping regulations.
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury College will host the 2017 Gensler Symposium on Feminism in a Global Arena from April 10-14. This year’s topic is “Sex and the State: Feminist Responses and Resistance.” and is focused on the Feminist response to the global rise in nationalist politics. The symposium aims to provide a historical overview and analysis of the connections between sex and the state.