On Town Meeting Day, municipal voters will be asked to allow medical dispensary shops in Middlebury.
Main Street and Merchants Row had been shut off to road traffic since June 14 to finish a rail tunnel that replaced two traffic bridges — part of a $71 million downtown project that began in 2017.
The state’s patchwork child care solution still leaves plenty of families in the lurch, many of whom are balking at paying for care they once received for free through their public schools.
Most residents agree it’s too soon to tell just how concerned they should be about student behavior, but many also feel that what they’ve seen so far has done nothing to ease their fears.
Residents of Middlebury are bracing for the arrival of an estimated 2,250 students. A group of community members says they’re worried an outbreak could overwhelm their small hospital.
The state’s largest hubs will vote on one-time requests totaling $250 million on Town Meeting Day, including school upgrades, public swimming pools and more.
After riding decades of changing whims and a drastically altered retail landscape, Danforth Pewter is expanding its reach.
Global Climate Strike rallies are taking place in Montpelier, Burlington, Middlebury and beyond.
News Release — Addison County Chamber of Commerce Jan. 25, 2019 Contact: Rob Carter P: 802-388-7951 E: [email protected] The Addison County Chamber Sees Flurry of New Members Middlebury, Vermont – January 25, 2019 –The Addison County Chamber of Commerce welcomes eighteen new members in less than three months. The Addison County Chamber has been a […]
News Release — Henry Sheldon Museum Oct. 11, 2018 Contact: Bill Brooks 802/388/2117 [email protected] www.henrysheldonmuseum.org Middlebury…Steve Perkins, Executive Director of the Vermont Historical Society is the keynote speaker for the Annual Dinner and Meeting of the Henry Sheldon Museum on Wednesday, November 14, 2018. A lifelong Vermonter, Stephen Perkins’ professional career has led him on […]
News Release — Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival July 17, 2018 Contact: [email protected] The Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival is proud to announce that the moving and incredibly engaging documentary, Personal Statement, will open this year’s Festival on Thursday, August 23 at Town Hall Theater. This screening will be the film’s Vermont premiere. Personal Statement is a […]
News Release — Danforth Pewter July 11, 2018 Contact: Sarah Dunn [email protected] 802-825-1505 MATT PARKER JOINS TEAM FOCUSED ON EXPANDING MARKETS FOR METAL MADE BY HAND MIDDLEBURY, Vt. (July 11, 2018)—Danforth Pewter has hired Matthew Parker as director of retail, Chief Executive Officer Bram Kleppner announced. The move is part of the metal maker’s overall […]
News Release — Bread Loaf Corp. May 21, 2018 Contact: Leslie O’Halloran Bread Loaf Corporation (p) 802-388-9871 ext.257 www.breadloaf.com On Thursday, May 17, the Town of Middlebury was awarded the Greenest Building award for 2017 for the Middlebury Town Office Building from the Vermont Green Building Network (VGBN) during a ceremony at the Town Offices. […]
News Release — Vermont General Assembly January 10, 2018 Contact: Barbara Dall Phone: 802-828-2262 Fax: 802-828-2424 E-mail: [email protected] Public Hearing on the Middlebury Tunnel, Thursday, January 18, 2018, 9:00-11:00 AM State House, Montpelier Montpelier, Vermont. The Vermont Legislature will hold a public hearing on The Middlebury Tunnel on January 18, 2018. The hearing will be […]