Cows, Cookie Love and Cougars, not to mention Champ, were among the top choices Ferrisburgh Central School students made last week as symbols for a school-wide art project honoring their hometown.
Ripton residents on Thursday, Sept. 29, will be asked whether they’d like to end their two-year effort to separate from the Addison Central School District, a move townspeople endorsed as a way of preserving their small elementary school.
Mason Wade, who is running this November as an independent, joins a field that includes Bray, Hardy, Cornwall Republican Robert Burton and Bristol Republican Lloyd Dike.
A group of Starksboro residents is making progress in its efforts to construct a town pavilion, transforming the area behind the town clerk’s office and public library into a recreational space townspeople can enjoy for years to come.
A consultant has estimated that Middlebury’s sewage treatment plant needs upwards of $18 million in upgrades if it’s to meet the community’s wastewater disposal needs during the coming 20 years.