Starting this weekend, Middlebury residents — including off-campus students — need to turn the volume down by 11 p.m.
Author: Maggie Reynolds
Grand Isle Supervisory Union bans spectators at basketball games for rest of the season
Ten school administrators signed a letter explaining that Tuesday’s fight reflects a trend of increasing spectator misconduct at school sporting events throughout the state.
Vermont buttons up against upcoming freeze, offers shelter to people who need it
Minus 20 degrees is likely in parts of the state this weekend, and shelters and warming centers plan to be open in many communities.
Shelburne Museum creates a curatorship for Native American art
The curatorship is an effort to add more cultural diversity and representation of Indigenous art in the museum’s collections, according to museum officials.
Windham County side judge accused of collecting pay for hours she allegedly never worked
Patricia Duff, 60, was cited Thursday evening following an investigation by Vermont State Police. She will be arraigned next month on charges of false pretense and grand larceny.
Higher costs, drop in sales lead to 32 layoffs at Vermont Country Store
“With costs still significantly higher than they were in 2019 and demand reverting to 2019, we simply had to take some action,” said Jim Hall, CEO and president of Vermont Country Store.
With town officials stepping down, Calais waits to see who might fill the void
“It is oftentimes a thankless job.With social media and a decrease in civil discourse, it makes the jobs even harder,” says Ted Brady, head of the Vermont League of Cities and Towns.
Up to 250 units planned to help address Middlebury’s affordable housing shortage
South Burlington-based Summit Properties and Middlebury College are partnering in an effort to build a combination of affordable and market-rate housing in downtown Middlebury.
Protesting racist behavior, basketball teams decline to play Champlain Valley and Enosburg
Champlain Valley Principal Adam Bunting issued an apology letter to Vermont students on Thursday, after the Burlington team’s decision.
Rutland school board settles on ‘Rutland’ as the name for school sports teams
The decision Tuesday ends several years of squabbling over replacing the former “Raiders” nickname because of its racist connotations.