Bristol startup aims to help kids learn key skills

When Carleen Haylett founded EnrichedHQ Marketplace four years ago, the Bristol resident was hoping to address an ongoing challenge she and other working parents faced: getting their children involved in enriching extracurricular activities. 

Lincoln news for Apr. 11

5 Town Friends of the Arts presents The Winter into Spring Musical Library Tour. On Thursday, April 18, at 7:30 p.m. Sam Kuhns will be performing a free acoustic concert at the Lincoln Library.

Leicester news for Apr. 11

The Leicester Historical Society is sponsoring Prize Bingo on Sat., Apr 13, at 1 p.m. at the Senior Center at the Four Corners. Refreshments sold and all are welcome!

Monkton news for Apr. 11

The Monkton Museum & Historical Society is pleased to announce a presentation on Stephen Bates, the first black sheriff in Vermont, who held his position for many years in Vergennes.

Woodland management education walk on Saturday

Members of the public are invited to take a guided walk in Brandon’s Wolf Tree Forest next week and get a look at on-the-ground conservation practices implemented in the woods there.

Group learns about being bear ambassadors

Vermont Coverts: Woodlands for Wildlife, a leading conservation organization that works to educate landowners and others about sound forest management and wildlife stewardship, has launched a Bear Ambassador Program.

The Devine wedding: An Addison County love story

“Me and Kylie met at the American Legion Post 14 at Tuesday night bingo with our grandmas when we were four or five,” Cyrus recalled. Kylie Comeau and Cyrus Devine spent most of the years since then together.

Vermonters (and lots of visitors) enjoy the solar eclipse

Just before totality began on Monday, the DJ at the Middlebury recreation fields wrapped up “Total Eclipse of the Heart,” and a brief silence fell. Then the sun completely disappeared, and the crowd went wild.

Middlebury preps for today’s eclipse

Middlebury is closing a few roads and is urging people to be prepared and be courteous.

Beeman School parents worried for students, staff

Beeman Elementary School parent Morgen Doane had a clear message for the Mount Abraham Unified School District Board at its March 26 meeting: She and other parents are worried students and educators aren’t getting the support they need.

Citing salary, Rep. Andriano passes on re-election

Rep. Joe Andriano, D-Orwell, has announced he won’t seek re-election to another term representing the Addison-Rutland House district, citing the financial compromise of holding public office as a major reason.

A young life back from the brink

The devastating event happened 10 years ago, on April 1, 2014, but Karly McConnell relives it every day.

RNESU superintendent is resigning

Rutland Northeast Supervisory Union Superintendent Kristin Hubert has submitted her resignation to the RNESU Board and will leave the position on July 1. Hubert took on the role in 2022, following the resignation of Jeanne Collins, having spent three year … (read more)

County schools struggle with resources for misbehavior

Staffing challenges are among several obstacles local administrators face in responding to student misbehavior and meeting pupils’ needs, according to officials in each of Addison County’s three school districts. 

Are you ready for the solar eclipse?

The only time it is OK to look directly as the sun is when it is completely covered. Surely your mother told you that.