Archive - Apr 27, 2009
By ANDY KIRKALDY
BRISTOL — Before his baseball team played at Mount Abraham on Saturday, Vergennes Union High School senior shortstop and pitcher Cam Curler had a question for Coach George Ringer.
By KATHRYN FLAGG
ADDISON COUNTY — Captain Green Up will touch down in Middlebury on Friday once again, kicking off a flurry of spring cleaning around Addison County and throughout Vermont.
The super hero, clad in the telltale Green Up bags used to collect litter every year, will lead roughly 300 Middlebury-area middle school students through the streets.
By JOHN S. McCRIGHT and JOHN FLOWERS
MIDDLEBURY — Bristle manufacturer Monahan Filaments on Wednesday said it will layoff 54 employees, or more than half of its Middlebury workforce, by late June.
By JOHN FLOWERS
SHOREHAM — Awe-stricken friends and family who have had the good fortune of viewing Judy Blake’s robust bell collection have invariably told her she should share it with the world.
Hmmm, a “bell museum.”
The ‘sexting’ story on today’s front page boggles the imagination of most of us over 40. Heck, I can’t figure out how to make my phone stop ringing when I don’t want to answer, let alone send a photo of myself to others — dressed or undressed!
By Andy Kirkaldy
We sports fans have a championship-or-bust mentality. Where else but in the sports world can the Buffalo Bills or Minnesota Vikings, each of whom have played in, but lost, four Super Bowls, be considered some of the greatest losers of all time?