Weybridge farm creates Thanksgiving memories after a loss

Tom could get things done, but Lisa kept things going. A perfect team, and a couple who propelled me into a farming career.

Larry Thorpe Notice of Passing

WEYBRIDGE — Larry Robert Thorpe, 68, passed away peacefully at his home in Weybridge early on the morning of Oct. 9, 2022. His family would like to thank the community for all their love and support.

A Weybridge garden is put to bed for pollinators

If you’ve passed the flower garden at the Weybridge end of the Pulp Mill Bridge recently, you may have thought it looks unkempt, even dead. Not so, exclaim its gardeners.

ACSD sets 2022 school bus routes for Middlebury-area towns plus Granville & Hancock

Look up the bus routes your child will take to school this fall.

Memorial Day: Bunker Hill veteran gets new resting place

Josiah Clark was only 18 years old when he fought at a pivotal battle outside Boston in the early years of the American Revolutionary War. His headstone proudly declares, “He fought at the Battle of Bunker Hill and died 60 years from that day.”

Weybridge church receives Green award

At its annual spring conference on Sunday, April 24, Vermont Interfaith Power & Light recognized the Weybridge Congregational Church as the recipient of VTIPL’s inaugural Green Congregation of the Year award.

Swap seeds and more in Weybridge

The Weybridge Energy Committee invites all interested community members to an Electric Equipment Demo and Seed/Seedling Swap on Saturday, May 21, from 9 to 11 a.m. on the lawn at the Weybridge Congregational Church.

Weybridge haiku contest announces winners

Weybridge’s Fourth Annual Haiku Contest asked Vermonters to reflect on our challenging times.

Area 4-Hers participate in county’s Foods Day

At Addison County 4-H Foods Day, local 4-H’ers got to make their cake and eat it, too

Challengers unseat ACSD incumbents

An Addison Central School District board election firmly rooted in the debate over the future of small rural schools culminated in wins on Tuesday for two outspoken advocates for keeping all of the ACSD’s elementary schools open.

Neighbors care for welcoming Weybridge gardens

The historic Pulp Mill Bridge spanning Otter Creek between Middlebury and Weybridge has been a major tourist stop for many years.

Fall Guide: Take a walk on Morgan Horse Farm’s new trails

Thanks to the hard work of summer interns, the Morgan Horse Farm in Weybridge now has 1.1 miles of walking trails.

Creek unsettles the dead in Weybridge

The old Stow Cemetery has been giving up its dead to the at-times ferocious and unforgiving Otter Creek.

Morgan Horse Farm to fete statue centenary

WEYBRIDGE — The life-size bronze Statue of Justin Morgan, the first Morgan horse, that stands at the University of Vermont Morgan Horse Farm turns 100 years old this fall. An event on Oct. 2 to celebrate the occasion will be hosted onsite. Guided by an or … (read more)

Creek unsettles the dead in Weybridge

MIDDLEBURY — The Weybridge selectboard is proving attentive to all of its residents — even those who haven’t paid taxes nor drawn breath for more than 150 years.At issue are the roughly 20 residents of the old Stow Cemetery at the end of Gooseneck Bend Ro … (read more)