Green Mountain Power plans transmission line upgrades

Green Mountain Power plans to upgrade its 46kV “Transmission Line 60” through Salisbury, Middlebury, New Haven and Weybridge beginning this fall.

MALT to showcase Salisbury mill sites

The Middlebury Area Land Trust (MALT) later this year will lift the historic veil on what was a thriving mill industry near Salisbury Village during the 18th and 19th centuries.

Wendy Lee Patterson, 57, Salisbury

WENDY LEE PATTERSON SALISBURY — Wendy Lee Patterson, age 57, passed peacefully, on March 29, 2024, following a bout with cancer. Wendy was born in Brattleboro on June 21, 1966. She was the daughter of Arthur and Phyllis (Billings) Kennett. She grew up in … (read more)

Salisbury fish hatchery closing looms

To the dismay of some anglers, state officials have proposed a plan to close a historic Vermont fish hatchery in Salisbury to cut costs within the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department. 

Salisbury childcare center plan hits snag

State rules governing public water systems could drown a plan to establish a new childcare center in a portion of Salisbury’s former elementary school building.

Covered bridge gets full federal funding

Officials in both Salisbury and Cornwall have just sent the Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) a unified message on a permanent replacement for the historic Station Covered Bridge that once connected their two towns across the Otter Creek via Creek … (read more)

Salisbury news for Nov. 9

As the autumn foliage blankets the town of Salisbury, residents are gearing up for a month filled with warmth and togetherness.

Group hopes to share Ann Story’s history

Inspired by a remarkable patriot and settler of the town of Salisbury in the 1770s, a group of interested individuals have formed an all-volunteer nonprofit organization and given it the name: Friends of Ann Story.

Pianist David Feurzeig plays free concerts to benefit reptiles & amphibians

UVM pianist David Feurzeig is on a mission to give free concerts in all the towns in Vermont — that’s 252 concerts if you’re counting.

Salisbury swears in new town clerk

The town of Salisbury on Tuesday officially welcomed a new interim town clerk — longtime resident Allen Hathaway, who succeeds Sue Scott. 

Local goat farmers explore benefits of extended lactation

“If each goat milked longer, we could essentially make more milk over time with fewer goats, also fewer replacements to raise, a plus for the environment.”

Downsizing Salisbury church has its Plan B

The Salisbury Congregational Church building is the principal structure in Salisbury Village and one of only two handicapped-accessible public buildings in town. Given that reality, the church figures to remain a go-to spot for local gatherings.

Piper readies for mega-marathon to fight substance abuse

Chip Pipe will run a marathon a day for five consecutive days. That’s 135 miles in five days. And it’s all for a good cause that is very close to his heart.

Expert to offer talk on beavers in Salisbury

Wildlife Specialist Tyler Brown of the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department will give a free PowerPoint presentation titled “Leave it to Beaver” on Saturday, Jan. 7, from 7 to 8 p.m. at the Salisbury Congregational Church. 

Lights glow one final time for holiday display

For the past 30 years, Wayne and Diane Smith’s light show has been a hallmark of the holiday season in Addison County.