A study conducted by the food systems researchers at the University of Vermont earlier this year revealed that food insecurity in the Green Mountain State is 22.9% higher in 2022 than it was in 2019.
Students will head back to school in the county next week, and a group of youngsters in Mount Abraham Unified School District’s Expanded Learning Program will be able to tell a lot of stories about how they spent the summer.
Facing eviction from their current home in Addison, Caitlin and Bella Porter fear that their vision of reducing the feral cat population has been put under jeopardy.
There are many stories of immigrants making their way successfully to Addison County. Here are two.
The piloting prowess at display by drivers in the G. Stone Motors Demolition Derby at the Addison County Fair and Field Days on Tuesday night sent the crowd into electrifying cries as they cheered on the brave men and women navigating their rigs around th … (read more)
Read about each of the candidates in this Primary Election Guide, consider your options, then vote in the election, either in person next Tuesday or by dropping your mail-in ballot in the U.S. mail or at your town clerk’s office.
“It is the lowest water flow that I have seen in all my time here,” said Fred Dunnington, who was Middlebury town planner from 1981 to 2013.
Dairy producers like those at Blue Spruce Farm in Bridport, Mike’s Farm in Addison and those affiliated with the Champlain Valley Farmers Coalition are showing how they are making positive efforts to stem the amount of phosphorus from their land.
How does a funeral home earn the trust of a community? To answer that question, one must first comprehend the “unique business” that owning a funeral home is.
The journey taken by these young women, ages 19-24, is one that some might say personifies grit, determination and courage.
Vermont Agency of Transportation officials got a lot of pushback when they presented an Airport Master Plan Update for the Middlebury State Airport at a public information meeting at the town offices on June 30.
Middlebury residents Annette and Tim Franklin challenge the maxim that there is no place like home.
A white Middlebury College student who police allege took part in a racist attack on some Black students on campus this past April this week pleaded innocent to criminal charges.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of a landmark in the pursuit of equitable education for men and women in the United States — Title IX.
In conversation with Fairley Olson, a 2022 graduate from Middlebury Union High School, we dive deeper into her scholastic experience and what she believes the future holds for her.