People who tend to honey bees warn that Vermont needs to get serious about regulating neonicotinoid poisons. Legislators passed up their chance to do so.
More than 200 registered voters turned out at the Robinson Elementary School multipurpose room to vote from the floor on a proposal to exit the Mount Abe school district, and the overwhelming majority said “yes” when the question was finally asked.
In a game that can feel nerve-wracking, she helps her teammates remember why they play in the first place — for fun. But she is also the best player her coach has worked with.
A developer is seeking state permission to install a 2.2-megawatt solar farm on land off Halladay Road and Middle Road South in Middlebury.
Dial-A-Ride depends on volunteer drivers to pick up passengers and give them life-changing access to medical appointments, food shopping and other necessities.
Childhood friends Max Eingorn, Ronald Williams and Zachary Tyson had often talked about going into business together.
One hundred units of workforce housing will be built on land close to downtown Middlebury.
Town officials want public feedback on what type of span will replace the covered bridge destroyed in 2016.
Another Mount Abraham Unified School District community has officially launched a campaign to withdraw from the district.
Finding candidate families for the next home remains difficult even as Vermont’s and Addison County’s lack of affordable and workforce housing continues to make headlines.
When Bud’s Beans came up for sale, Daniel Gutierrez and Grace Futral figured it would make sense for them to buy it and consolidate their percolating coffee empire under one roof.
Here’s what happened at the 24 town meetings in our coverage area.
Town Meeting results trickled in on Tuesday night. See tomorrow’s paper for more details.
Fearing he has “turned into a distraction,” Dana Peterson is stepping down from Hannaford Career Center at the end of the school year.
National Guard medics fill in at pandemic-pinched medical laboratory.