When and Where is Your Town Meeting in 2024

Find out the date, time and place of your town meeting in Addison County and Brandon.

Letter to the editor: Local businesses want legislative action on housing

The regulatory and municipal zoning changes, tax proposals and funding in bills H.719 and S.311 would make it easier and faster to build more housing while avoiding sprawl.

Police provide arrest details after county prosecutor Eva Vekos pleads innocent of drunken driving

Addison County State’s Attorney Eva Vekos on Monday pleaded not guilty in court to a misdemeanor charge of driving under the influence.

State’s Attorney Vekos cited for drunk driving

The Addison County State’s Attorney was arrested for suspicion of driving while under the influence Thursday after she showed up at the scene of a suspicious death in Bridport.

Rain prompts Middlebury road closures, early school dismissal

Persistent rain flooded some roads in Middlebury on Monday, prompting the Addison Central School District to close schools in town early.

Community Pet Clinics come to Middlebury to help bridge gaps

A partnership of pet advocates as developed the first ever Community Pet Clinic for Addison County’s transient pet owning population.

Biden designates Aug. 4 Addison County flooding an official federal disaster

New federal funding is available to cover public expenses prompted by flooding this August 3 and 4 in Addison County.

Gov. Scott seeks federal disaster money for Addison County

Local towns may get federal money to pay for more than a million dollars in cleanup and repair from Aug. 3-4 rainstorms in Addison County if a disaster declaration is delcared.

Letter to the editor: No dispute on climate policy

Mostly I agree with Chris Olsen on efforts to battle climate change, but I must explain the CEAC report.

New law makes sheriffs accountable

A new state law ensures that Vermonters have more oversight over their county sheriffs. Act 30 mandates increased transparency and more financial accountability for the state’s 14 sheriff’s departments.

Elderly Services classes start next month

MIDDLBEURY — Elderly Services will be hosting a Community Education Series of four informative presentations this fall on topics of importance to both area elders and their families. The series will begin on Tuesday, Sept. 26, and run until Tuesday, Nov. … (read more)

Torrential rainstorm drowns Middlebury, high water and mudslides close area roads

Addison County residents on Friday morning were still bailing out basements, ordering gravel for washed-out driveways, dealing with dead cars and assessing other property damage caused by a massive Thursday evening rainstorm the likes of which hadn’t been … (read more)

UPDATED: Rising waters close area roads

On Tuesday morning, after some 36 hours of rainfall, Bristol’s Lower Notch Road was closed from 1820 Lower Notch to Many Waters Road.

Vermont State Police Log: Citations follow 100-mph-plus driving

Vermont State Police said they cited a Pennsylvania man for driving at more than twice the posted speed limit.

Real estate market appears to be stabilizing

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