March 22nd, 2012
You’re sitting down, right?
Recent studies indicate that sitting for any length of time is only slightly better for your health than riding a motorcycle drunk, while smoking, without a helmet. By the time you reach the end of this column, in fact, you’ll be lucky if you haven’t had a coronary.
MIDDLEBURY — The next stop for the one-vote Town Meeting Day election win posted by Vergennes challenger Susan Ferland over incumbent Vergennes Union Elementary School board director Cheryl Brinkman was set to be in a Thursday morning hearing in Addison County Superior Court.
On March 6, Ferland, a former Addison Central School teacher, edged Brinkman, a VUES board chairwoman and Addison Northwest Supervisory Union board member, 329-328, in a race for a seat on the VUES board.
MIDDLEBURY — A Starksboro man was sentenced in Addison County District Court on Monday to 100 hours in jail, three years of probation and court costs after pleading guilty to a fifth drunk-driving offense and to reckless endangerment for driving while under the influence of alcohol with his 7-year-old son in his vehicle.
Judge Helen M. Toor also imposed alcohol-related conditions on Ruby Brace Road resident Marland Brewer, 46, and imposed court costs on him. Toor ordered Brewer to start serving his jail time on March 29 at the Marble Valley Correctional Facility.
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March 21st, 2012
Stripped down to its structural elements, Middlebury's Pulp Mill Bridge is undergoing a $1.7 million renovation. The project, which will provide new siding, roofing and decking for the 192-year-old span, is scheduled to be completed by November. But don't worry walkers, joggers and bikers, the adjacent footbridge of the Otter Creek will remain open during construction.
Last week, our one and only Trent campbell got down and dirty in construction rubble to expose the fabled bridge's bare essentials. Click below to enjoy the slideshow!