Replacement bridge to link Cornwall, Salisbury

Town officials want public feedback on what type of span will replace the covered bridge destroyed in 2016.

College names Citizen’s Award recipients

Middlebury College honored three Addison County residents for their contributions.

Big fire destroys Tarkey’s Lodge on Lake Dunmore

A fire consumed Tarkey’s Lodge near Lake Dunmore in Salisbury on Monday afternoon. No one was hurt in the five-alarm fire.

New program pays farmers for phosphorus reductions

The Goodrich Farm in Salisbury is doing everything it can to keep up with technological changes in the agriculture industry that aim to keep damaging phosphorus out of Vermont rivers and lakes.

Back-to-the-landers built a groovy lifestyle and business

After more than three decades of building a successful woodworking business and store from scratch, Merle and Kathryn Schloff are ready to rediscover in retirement the sense of wanderlust that brought them to Vermont in the early 1970s.

‘Amahl and the Night Visitors’ resumes in Salisbury

Josh Collier has just what we need to spice up our holiday traditions. He’s bringing “Amahl and the Night Visitors,” a 40-minute opera to the Salisbury Congregational Church on Dec. 17 and 18.  

Ann McGuinness Halnon, 93, of Salisbury

SALISBURY — Ann McGuinness Halnon, age 93, passed away in the comfort of her home on Oct. 27, 2021, in Salisbury, Vt. Ann was born at home on Aug. 3, 1928, in Brooklyn, N.Y. She was the youngest child of the late Maryann “Molly” McCabe McGuinness and the … (read more)

Arnold Charles Gale, 80, of Salisbury

SALISBURY — Arnold Charles Gale, age 80, passed away Thursday, Sept. 16, 2021, at Helen Porter Health & Rehabilitation Center in Middlebury.Mr. Gale was born in Middlebury on April 15, 1941. He was the son of Bernard “Hap” and Lillian (Anderson) Gale. He … (read more)

Salisbury’s future in BLSG debated

BRANDON — At an Aug. 19 meeting held on Zoom and at the Stephen A. Douglas House, the Brandon Leicester Salisbury Goshen Pittsford Insect Control District board members were conflicted about Salisbury’s future with the district.The BLSG bug district voted … (read more)

Salisbury hosts free chamber music concert Friday

On Friday, Aug. 13, at 7:30 p.m., the Salisbury Summer Performance Series will host a chamber concert by the faculty ensemble of the Point Counterpoint Music Camp under Music Director Beste Tiknaz. The professionals staffing the camp’s fourth summer sessi … (read more)

Salisbury series brings suffragist and chamber music

On  Friday, July 30, the Salisbury Summer Performance Series will host a program  (that had to be postponed last year) in celebration of the centennial of Women’s Suffrage. Linda Radtke, host of the “Choral Hour” on Vermont Public Radio, will present “Fro … (read more)

Goodrich digester goes live

SALISBURY — The state’s top two elected officials on Wednesday helped Salisbury’s Goodrich Farm launch the Northeast’s largest farm-powered anaerobic digester, a facility that will convert cow manure, food and beverage waste into renewable natural gas.Alo … (read more)

BLSG and Salisbury still working on a deal

LEICESTER — Members of the board that oversees mosquito control in six area towns held a special meeting at the Leicester Meeting House July 1 to discuss plans for the insect control district’s relationship with the town of Salisbury. But they didn’t make … (read more)

Point Counterpoint chamber players perform in Salisbury

On Friday, July 16, at 7:30 p.m., the 41st annual Salisbury Summer Performance Series will host a chamber concert by the faculty ensemble of the Point Counterpoint Music Camp under Music Director Ari Streisfeld. This international group of professionals s … (read more)

Salisbury mosquitos get a pass from BLSG

LEICESTER/SALISBURY — Salisbury will no longer be sprayed for mosquitos by the Brandon Leicester Salisbury Goshen & Pittsford Insect Control District (BLSG), which voted at a meeting last Thursday night to suspend the town’s services starting July 1, the … (read more)

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