How closely do you read the paper?
If you fancy yourself a careful reader, you may have noticed that Page 4 in today's print edition did not look like most Page 4s. There were no editorials, no letters or guest columns, and no big, black and white Trent Campbell photo.
Don't panic. It was just a mistake.
The wrong page was pulled in by our printer at the St Albans Messenger, which resulted in them re-printing Page 4 from the recent United Way supplement that you may have seen in the paper late last month rather than the correct page.
The Addison Independent is proud to publish the Students of the Week from area High Schools each week. The students are chosen by teachers and administration from each school who would like to recognize their exceptional engagement in the high schools they attend.
Editor's note: this article was first published by vtdigger.org on Nov. 3
MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury College Board of Trustees is moving closer to selecting a new president for the institution.
The college’s current president, Ronald D. Liebowitz, announced in December of last year that he plans to step down on June 30, 2015.
MIDDLEBURY — Officials at Helping Overcome Poverty’s Effects, or HOPE, are asking the town of Middlebury to temporarily suspend the anti-poverty organization’s monthly payments on a $225,000 mortgage loan relating to its John Craven Community Services Center at 282 Boardman St.
BRISTOL — Officials in Bristol are at odds with the state over when to close the town’s landfill and how to pay for it.
In August, the Agency of Natural Resources sent the town four notices of alleged violations for the landfill, which is located off Pine Street. The town was able to address three of them, but one, that alleges that Bristol has failed to save enough money every year to pay for the closure of the landfill, has left the selectboard in a bind.