Pocock and farmers market are returning to Bristol

Folks in the 5-town area in and around Bristol have a lot to look forward to, as two well-loved community events are slated to return this summer.

Annual Homelessness Awareness Day will see three gatherings in Addison County on Jan. 19

Houseless and formerly houseless Vermonters and caring citizens will gather on Thursday to engage with their community to end homelessness in Vt.

Silkworm spins home for vintage attire

Upon entering Callie McGarghan’s new shop at 27 Main St. in Bristol, customers might feel like they’re taking a step back in time.

Robin J. Gorton, 72, of Bristol

ROBIN J. GORTON BRISTOL — Robin J. Gorton, 72, passed away Friday, Dec. 16, 2022, surrounded by family at her home in Bristol. She was born on Oct. 29, 1950, in Middlebury, the daughter of Richard and Vivian (Pecor) Austin. Robin’s grandchildren and great … (read more)

Bristol selectman recovering after health crisis

Longtime Bristol Selectman Joel Bouvier is recovering after suffering a health crisis last Thursday.

Annie and Patrick headline Bristol Best Night show

A great way to cap off the holiday season is with a little music, a little variety and a chance to go home and mark the coming of the new year with immediate family and friends.

Bristol holidays feature craft fair, sweets, lights and Santa

Community gatherings, musical entertainment, crafts, magical lighting, horses — what does Bristol NOT have for this holiday season?

Bristol Hub extends hours, adds evening programs

The Bristol Hub Teen Center this fall has extended its hours and is now offering dinner and themed workshops two nights a week for teens in the 5-Town area.

Health care forum to be held in Bristol

The Addison County and Bristol Democrats have organized a forum this Thursday where people can learn about an effort to offer primary health care to all Vermonters.

Bristol looks for ways to build more housing

Bristol’s planning commission is about to begin a deep dive into the local zoning regulations in the hopes of identifying changes that would expand housing opportunities in and around the town’s village.

Teens collaborate on vibrant murals

This fall, all 7th- and 8th-grade students at Mount Abraham Middle School participated in a community art project resulting in three vibrant team murals now on display at the school.

Letter to the editor: Democrats really have done things for Vt.

Here are a few important facts about the Biden Administration’s achievements that help Vermonters: The government debt fell by $1.4 trillion — the most of any administration. Rebuilding the economy with the most jobs. Adding a 15% tax on billion-dollar co … (read more)

Bristol selectboard to study spot for police department

The Bristol selectboard has accepted a proposal from Cushman Design Group to study the feasibility of building an addition for the Bristol Police Department onto the town’s fire station.

Bristol organization helps global leaders

For 17 years, the Wells Mountain Initiative has helped fund and support the work of people making a difference in communities far outside of Addison County.

Letter to the editor: Compassion needed for accident victims

I’d like to offer my sincere condolences to whoever lost two horses in a road accident on Route 116 recently.