New canning facility could add 25 jobs at Aqua ViTea

Beverage maker Aqua ViTea is looking to substantially increase its canning capabilities, allowing it to hit a new gear in its kombucha production while also giving it the capacity to become a major incubator for small startup beverage companies.

Danforth seeks more space, newer technology

Danforth Pewter is seeking a $425,000 grant through the Vermont Capital Investment Program that would allow it to grow its Seymour Street campus and acquire a laser engraver.

Businesses urged to tighten COVID precautions

MONTPELIER — The Vermont Agency of Commerce and Community Development (ACCD) is suggesting ways that Vermont businesses can mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in the workplace during the holidays. The advice comes as Vermont sees a precipitous rise in COVID- … (read more)

ACEDC announces new staff hires

The Addison County Economic Development Corporation (ACEDC) has announced the addition of two new staff members: Project and Grant Manager Dana Hanley and Office Manager Barbara Richardson.

Middlebury secondhand boutique struts its style

Picture this: A model pauses to pose at a corner on Main Street in downtown Middlebury.

Greentree Real Estate welcomes Lincoln native back home

Bianca Perta has joined the ranks of Monkton’s Greentree Real Estate.

City vendors happy with this year’s market

The Vergennes Farmers Market returned to its former downtown home this summer, and market co-director Christopher Reck said that location is a major reason why vendors enjoyed showing up at the market all those Thursdays

Radcliff, Zidovsky join Langrock, Sperry & Wool

Wendy E. Radcliff and Matthew A. Zidovsky have joined Langrock Sperry & Wool LLP as the Middlebury law firm’s newest associates.

Marketing firm relocates to Vergennes

Direct Design Inc., an award-winning full-service marketing firm founded in 1989, has moved from Burlington to Vergennes.

UPDATE: More details on Middlebury College purchase of Inn on the Green

Editor’s note: This version of the story provides many more details and perspective than the version posted on this website Aug. 20. MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury College is planning to buy the Inn on the Green early next month to help solve temporary excess en … (read more)