By the way for Apr. 11

Haymaker Buns, on Bakery Lane in Middlebury, is preparing to open a second location this summer — at Burlington’s Soda Plant in a space formerly occupied by Tomgirl.

By the way for Apr. 4

On April 19 a group of intrepid Bristol-area high school students will be traveling to Cape Three Points in Ghana, West Africa, for a three-week cultural exchange/service trip at the Trinity Yard School.

By the way for Mar. 28

Each year, physical education teacher Sierra Thornton leads the Salisbury Community School’s “American Heart Challenge,” offered through the American Heart Association.

By the way for Mar. 21

A couple of Vergennes Union High School graduates will be making a musical splash in Tilburg, the Netherlands, next month.

By the way for Mar. 14

The calendar doesn’t yet shout “spring,” but recent warming temperatures and robin sightings have been encouraging enough to get people thinking about gardening.

By the way for Mar. 7

Remember that extra hour of sleep you got last year on Sunday, Nov. 5, when the clocks rolled back? Well, get ready to give it back, in the usual frustrating fashion.

By the way for Feb. 29

Green Mountain Power is alerting customers about a recent surge of scam calls.

By the way for Feb. 22

A extremely rare solar eclipse will unfold over our area on Monday, April 8, and folks are already making plans to maximize viewing potential for as many as possible — including school children.

By the way for Feb. 15

If you’re interested in the latest info on Vermont’s school funding situation, you might want to tune into an upcoming virtual forum hosted by the Addison County Democratic Committee.

By the way for Feb. 8

Please be advised that Addison County Home Health & Hospice reports that people in the community are receiving calls with their agency’s telephone numbers displayed on caller ID.

By the way for Feb. 1

In wake of the catastrophic severe weather and flooding in 2023 that caused widespread damage along Vermont waterways, several business and government leaders are stepping up for farms fighting to remain solvent.

By the way for Jan. 25

The Patricia A. Hannaford Career Center is hosting an open house on Thursday, Feb. 1, from 4:30-6:30 p.m. This open house includes the career center’s 51 Charles Ave. and North Campus facilities.

By the way for Jan. 18

The Vermont Catholic Community Foundation distributed $30,000 in a recent round of grants to organizations that help people in need throughout the state, including $3,000 to the Catholic Migrant Ministry of Addison County and $1,500 to assist St. Peter’s … (read more)

By the way for Jan. 11

Here’s a reminder that if you live in Monkton and are having trouble heating your home this winter: the Monkton WoodBank has firewood available for families in need.

By the way for Jan. 4

The Middlebury College community is grieving the loss of first-year student Arianna Kamal, who was killed in an alleged act of domestic violence at her home in Dover, Mass., this past Thursday, Dec. 28.