Middlebury College sends off 610 graduates

Clear blue skies, vibrant green foliage and a sea of black caps on Sunday made for a picturesque ending to what had been a memorable and, at times, tumultuous undergraduate experience for the Middlebury College Class of 2023. 

MAUSD board weighs school choice policy

The Mount Abraham Unified School District Board is exploring whether to allow parents to send their children to any of the four elementary schools in the district, not the just the one in the town where they reside.

Summer start for new college dorm work

Middlebury College is moving forward with plans to build a new first-year residential dorm, with construction expected to begin this summer.

New Haven is moving forward with bike study

New Haven is moving forward with an exploration of how to make Munger Street safer for cyclists and pedestrians after the town appeared to have reached a standstill in the ongoing scoping study. 

Brandon’s Boynton to lead Bristol Elementary

Aaron Boynton will take the reins at BES in July. The Brandon resident currently serves as principal of Berlin Elementary School in Washington County. 

UPDATE: New Haven man cited for arson in Wednesday house fire case

Vermont State Police arrested Gary McIntyre, 77, and cited him for setting fire to a house in New Haven on Wednesday.

Two more towns eyeing housing relief

In the face of a statewide, ongoing housing crisis, officials in the towns of Lincoln and Monkton are looking at ways to boost housing opportunities in ways that meet current needs and maintain historic growth patterns. 

Longtime secretary bids Beeman Elementary farewell

A lot has changed since Mary Pat Roche first began working at Beeman Elementary School 27 years ago.

Banned books stay on county shelves

As an increasing number of books are challenged due to their content and pulled from shelves throughout the country, Addison County librarians are working to ensure local readers continue to have access to a diverse selection of titles — including those t … (read more)

Feminist mini golf gets players talking

It can be easy for conversation to unfold over a round of golf, and the team behind the new feminist mini golf course at Middlebury College are hopeful the holes they’ve created will get players talking about one topic in particular — reproductive justice … (read more)

Musicians hit the trail to perform in Bristol

The woods around Bristol village will be filled with dulcet tunes this summer, thanks to a new music series being organized by the Bristol Trail Network.

Lincoln school readies for start date

As the Lincoln School District readies for its July 1 start date, district officials’ current focuses include exploring options for transportation providers and filling the district’s remaining open positions. 

Bristol explores zoning changes to boost housing

Bristol’s planning commission has spent the past several months exploring potential changes to the town’s zoning regulations that would help expand housing opportunities in and around Bristol’s village area.

Bristol resident takes steps to create a greener home

After residing in older homes, Sally Jenks Roth knew that when she moved into a home in Bristol that was only a decade old, it would be more efficient to heat and cool simply because of the newer construction.

Retired nurse shares stories, lessons from global career

By the time she’d finished second grade in Middlebury, Linda Andrews had already decided the career she’d dedicate more than four decades of her life to.