Middlebury man killed in Weybridge crash

David K. Ricklefs, 53, lost control of the Subaru Impreza he was driving on Morgan Horse Farm Road and hit a tree.

Middlebury DRB OKs FW Webb building

The Middlebury Development Review Board has given its unanimous approval for FW Webb to erect a 25,235-square-foot building in the town’s industrial park.

MUHS boy’s tennis team defeats community all-stars

After Community Team MIT defeated the Tiger boys’ varsity team last year, the high schoolers roared back this year to beat their elders in a match played at Middlebury Indoor Tennis on Saturday.

Middlebury preps for today’s eclipse

Middlebury is closing a few roads and is urging people to be prepared and be courteous.

Sparrow Art Supply flies to a new nest

Downtown Middlebury’s Sparrow is leaving its nest, but it’s building a new one just a few wingbeats away.

David Werle, 80, of Middlebury

DAVID WERLE MIDDLEBURY — David Werle, 80, of Middlebury, Vermont, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, March 27, 2024, at the Helen Porter Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center in Middlebury after a courageous battle with cancer. David was born on July 13, … (read more)

Survivor tells his experience in Oct. 7 Hamas attack

When terrorists attacked the Kibbutz Nahal Oz in Israel on Oct. 7, 2023, Nikita Soumrov and his family hid in their safe room. He will speak in Middlebury on April 4 about the experience.

Middle schoolers embrace volleyball ‘Madness’

 Where could you see more than 100 6th-, 7th- and 8th-graders setting a ball over a net? In the Middlebury town gym the “March Madness” youth volleyball program.

Middlebury man pleads not guilty to knife attack

A Middlebury man is being held without bail after pleading innocent to charges he attempted to kill a Middlebury College student in a knife attack on College Street this past Wednesday, March 20. 

Middlebury man charged with attempted murder after knife attack on College St.

Police say a Jerry L. Hoffman randomly attacked a couple then was chased into Otter Creek. One victim is at UVM Medical Center, Hoffman is in jail.

Film on digital age misogyny to screen locally on Tuesday

The film, which tells the stories of four women leaders whose lives are overturned by cyberviolence, will screen at the Marquis Theater with a panel discussion afterward.

Middlebury police to launch drone program

The program will give local officers an extra set of high-in-the-sky eyes to help find missing persons, monitor active-shooter situations, inspect natural-disaster areas, and document crime and accident scenes.

Doggie daycare to open in Middlebury

Brett Pollinger is launching a second Woof Pack doggy daycare and boarding center in Middlebury, in the former Vermont Field Sports building.

Middlebury elects two selectmen, OKs budget

Middlebury voters overwhelmingly backed all the financial items on their town meeting agenda and elected Farhad Khan and Fred Dunnington to three-year terms on their selectboard.

Updated: Middlebury Rotary seeks local grant application

The local Rotary is looking for worthy causes to help out. It’s calling for applications.