By the way for Nov. 24

As the holidays approach, let’s remember many families are struggling to make ends meet.

By the way for Nov. 17

With inflation and surging fossil fuel prices, human services providers fear it will be tough for many Addison County residents to stay warm this winter.

By the way for Nov. 10

Congratulations to the Vergennes Union High School Math Team for placing fifth out of 15 teams at a Nov. 7 meet hosted by BFA St. Albans.

By the way for Nov. 3

Don’t forget to turn your clocks back this weekend in line with the “fall back” directive ending Daylight Savings Time.

By the way for Oct. 27

The town of Middlebury has launched a series of “community conversations” about diversity, equity and inclusion.

By the way for Oct. 20

With winter approaching and inflation running high, it’s important to remember those who must sometimes choose between filling their furnace and having a healthy meal.

By the way for Oct. 13

The 5 Town Partnership will be sponsoring “Share the Warmth: A Winter Outerwear Giveaway” on Saturday, Oct. 22, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the Bristol Town Green.

By the way for Oct. 6

Whether you’re a seasoned professional at sorting recycling from trash or a newbie with no idea where to begin, a workshop can help clarify questions and improve your knowledge.

By the way for Sept. 29

Commercial housing spaces in Vergennes and Middlebury were among the businesses sharing some of the $4 million in funding announced by Gov. Scott on Tuesday to support rehabilitation projects throughout Vermont’s designated downtown and village centers.

By the way for Sept. 22

Bristol CORE is holding the Bristol Harvest Festival Sidewalk Sale & Scavenger Hunt this Saturday, Sept. 24, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

By the way for Sept. 15

The annual Trail Around Middlebury (TAM) Trek is slated for this Sunday, Sept. 18. The TAM Trek is a trail race and fun-run to raise money for Middlebury’s popular TAM.

By the way for Sept. 8

Everyone is invited to the Peter Coe Housing community in Middlebury’s John Graham Court on Friday, Sept. 16, from 4-6 p.m., for an Addison County Community Trust fundraiser.

By the way for Sept. 1

Addison County’s unemployment rate declined to 1.9% in July, with an estimated 373 local residents looking for jobs out of a total workforce of 19,303.

By the way for Aug. 25

Addison County’s unemployment rate declined to 1.9% in July, with an estimated 373 local residents looking for jobs out of a total workforce of 19,303.

By the Way for Aug. 18, 2022

Gasoline prices in Vermont fell 10.3 cents per gallon this past last week, averaging $4.32 per gallon Wednesday, according to GasBuddy’s survey of 626 stations in Vermont. Prices in Vermont are 33.4 cents per gallon lower than a month ago, but stand $1.24 … (read more)

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