May 12th, 2011
MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury selectboard on Tuesday joined several prominent local businesses in supporting the efforts of Vermont Gas System (VGS) to secure financing to extend a natural gas pipeline into Addison County.
MIDDLEBURY — The U.S. Attorney for the District of Vermont confirmed on May 5 that Addison County resident Anthony Carosella, 26, was sentenced to 120 months in prison after pleading guilty to charges of conspiracy to distribute cocaine base and 100 grams or more of heroin, conspiracy to obstruct commerce by armed robbery, and conspiracy to burglarize pharmacies.
BRISTOL — Roads and sidewalks were on the minds of Bristol selectboard members at their Monday meeting. It was the first time they had gathered since their April 28 road tour, the purpose of which was to acquire information about the state of town infrastructure, according to Town Administrator Bill Bryant.
Vermont born and bred entrepreneur David Blittersdorf is lighting up the renewable energy industry and building a solar platform to track the future.
STARKSBORO — The Vermont Clean Energy Action Network, in conjunction with the Vermont Natural Resources Council, recently awarded the Starksboro Town Energy Committee a $1,600 grant to improve renewable energy education resources and create websites for the 19 solar trackers powering Robinson Elementary School and the six trackers feeding the town offices.
MIDDLEBURY — The more than 100 students who gathered at the Student Leadership Awards Ceremony at Middlebury College on May 2 came from a wide array of campus organizations and represented the most active participants among the 1,500 students from the college who donate more than 500,000 hours of their time each year to local, national and international causes.
MIDDLEBURY — James “Jak” Knelman, formerly a junior forward on the Middlebury College hockey team, on Wednesday sued the college and hockey coach Bill Beaney as a result of Knelman’s dismissal from the Middlebury hockey team in January.