The weather was great, the trunks all looked great, and everyone enjoyed the town highway and fire trucks.
This year, MFF served 120 young athletes of the greater Middlebury Community. The program could not run without the time, energy, commitment and dedication of its volunteers.
On Aug. 22 while hiking with my nine-year-old granddaughter and six-and-a-half-year-old grandson, I fell and broke my hip.
On behalf of the members of St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church we would like to extend our thanks to the many people who made our event possible this year.
The Middlebury Flag Football Board (MFF) would like to publicly thank its many volunteers who made this past year a success.
On behalf of the members of St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church we would like to extend our thanks to the many people who made the Peasant Market possible this year. The weather cooperated as well on Saturday, July 31. Volunteers helped shoppers find treasures … (read more)
We asked readers to send us their tributes for Mothers’ Day. Here’s what they said: Happy Mother’s Day to my amazing mom Cindy Goodman.Love, Kara Happy Mother’s Day to the woman who takes care of six kids with no complaint. You inspire me to do my bes … (read more)
I am writing to thank our community for generously supporting the Parent-Child Center’s on-going efforts to distribute resources to families through out Addison County. With the help of so many generous businesses and individuals, the PCC staff distribute … (read more)
This past Saturday the Eddy Farm School for Horse and Rider took a break from the horses and instead took the time to organize and orchestrate their annual food drive. There were 19 volunteers total with Anita Nadeau at the helm. This year’s goal was lit … (read more)
The Nov. 24 Brandon Free Public Library holiday auction, sponsored by The Friends of the Library, was once again a successful afternoon. We are so grateful for the many ways people find to support the library. Our community businesses, organizations, and … (read more)
On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Corner School Resource Center of Granville, Vt. (CSRC), I want to express our deepest appreciation to all the businesses and individuals of the Mad and White River Valleys who helped make our August Charter Day C … (read more)