Right now, the distressing reality faced by these vulnerable Vermonters is that public policy no longer has their backs — instead, public policy has pushed them further into the shadows where they cannot be seen or heard.
Jacques Offenbach’s opera “Orphée aux enfers” is full of irreverent chatter and absurd story turns, but the cast and crew who are readying to stage the 19th century work are dealing with a plot twist that didn’t come with the script.
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Addison Central School District officials are urging vigilance and voluntary compliance with COVID-19 safety protocols — rather than mandatory masking and other restrictions — in the wake of recent, major coronavirus case spikes at three of the district’s … (read more)
Sixteen students in Middlebury College’s Chronicling COVID-19 Winter Term course conducted oral histories with more than two dozen Addison County residents.
Welch, 74, wrote that his symptoms began that morning and were mild. He said he would be isolating and working from home for the rest of the week.
Vermont plans to begin providing at-home antigen tests for COVID-19 at state-run testing sites, rather than PCR tests, officials said at a press conference Tuesday.
Rows of empty pews, hallways of empty classrooms, and dozens of empty restaurants were something nobody expected to see a little more than two years ago.
The COVID-19 pandemic has posed a particular dilemma for Addison County’s small businesses.
Different generations have carried unique perspectives on the pandemic’s place in their memories of the recent past.
State officials say face masks should be optional at indoor settings in Vermont beginning March 14.
Apoorva Mandavilli will deliver Middlebury College’s 2022 Robert W. van de Velde Jr. ’75 Memorial lecture, “Reporting on an Unprecedented Pandemic,” this coming Monday at 7 p.m.
Middlebury has 200 COVID cases on campus, but they aren’t as severe as in past instances, officials say.
Wearing masks will become optional in Addison Central School District schools soon.
After Gov. Scott recommended lifting school masking recommendations, some Addison County schools are making tentative plans to do so.
The Addison Independent will be closed on Monday, July 4th. The newspaper will be published on Thursday, as usual.