Real estate market appears to be stabilizing

Brokers say demand is still strong, but higher interest rates can be a drag.

Principal leaving Bristol Elementary School

Less than a year on the job, the principal alerted the community that he would take a leave of absence for the rest of the school year.

Locals help get clean water to a small town in Mexico

Some Addison County philanthropists and people of faith helped a Mexican town with links to migrant farm workers here.

Experience informs mother/daughter book on supporting stroke survivors

How do you help when someone you love has a stroke? Two local women found out and shared their story and those of others.

Arbuckle puts community on TV in Bristol area

Something clicked for Mary Arbuckle when she picked up a camera. For two decades she has been putting folks in the 5-town area on screen.

Monkton couple roasts bird-friendly coffee beans

A Monkton couple loved coffee, and they wanted to start roasting — but what would be their value-add to the business?

By the way for March 23: See a play in Ripton, meet some climate heroes … and more

See a play in Ripton, meet some climate heroes and what ever happened to Martin Guigui?

Bristol man pleads not guilty to wire fraud charges

Federal authorities claim that a Bristol man swindled customers of a fraudulent woodworking business out of $165,000.

Sheldon explores new leadership structure after Skenyon’s departure

When the executive director departed after less than a year, the Henry Sheldon Museum developed some new ways to accomplish its mission.

Performing arts show at college to benefit Ukraine

Music, poetry, video and dance at Middlebury College in April 1 will be offered in service the Ukrainian peace effort.

Mt. Abe trains a new crop of student leaders

A program designed to shape 11th- and 12th-graders into the next generation of community leaders was put on hold by COVID; now it’s back.

Birong works to legalize funeral pyres

Vergennes Rep. Matt Birong’s effort to make open cremation, or funeral pyres, legal in Vermont has roots in Star Wars.

Town Hall Theater nets $500,000 grant

On March 14, Governor Scott announced the first round of approved Community Recovery and Revitalization Program grants, and THT received the highest award amount for a non-municipal project.

4-H kids do well at local Dairy Quiz

It took more than just knowing the answer to questions at the 2023 Addison County 4-H Dairy Quiz Bowl. Contestants had to be the first to buzz in with the correct response to score points.

Addison County 4-Hers gave quick, accurate answers

At the 2023 State 4-H Dairy Quiz Bowl on March 11, Addison County 4-H’ers demonstrated their ability to quickly and accurately answer dairy-related questions under pressure.