Archive - May 24, 2010
BRISTOL — Bristol residents are counting down the weeks to the latest chapter of a years-long fight over a proposed 26-acre gravel pit off Rounds Road. A hearing slated for June 28 will determine whether the contentious pit conforms with Act 250, the state’s Land Use and Development Act.
But now some opponents of the pit are crying foul after local Act 250 commissioners in the Addison County district handed the case off to commissioners from the neighboring Rutland County board.
MIDDLEBURY — Three prominent nonprofits will soon be vacating the Painter House so the building’s owner, Middlebury College, can reclaim the historic Court Street building for use as administrative offices.
She died on April 7, 2010. At the age of 200, she was a veteran. For two centuries folks had come and gone, trampling her floors, enriching their minds and their lives. If she could have spoken, what tales she might have told.
VERGENNES — The Vergennes Union High School team found itself on both sides of error-fueled rallies late last week, when they stunned host Middlebury on Thursday with three runs in the sixth, 3-2, but lost a late one-run lead to visiting Mount Mansfield on Saturday in a 5-3 setback.
The split of those two games, plus a win at Burlington earlier last week, left VUHS at 5-8. That win total represents the program’s high-water mark in more than a decade.