This past Saturday, March 14, downtown Middlebury was transformed by thousands of people who gathered for the Seventh Annual Vermont Chili Festival.
Vermont may attempt to move the date of its presidential primary elections to coincide with New Hampshire’s primary. Bill 76, introduced by Vermont State Senator[...]
This Valentine’s Day the Vermont Teddy Bear Company came out with a limited edition “Fifty Shades of Grey” Bear. The teddy comes with grey fur,[...]
This past week Vermont began its first Ebola quarantine when Rutland resident Peter James Italia was placed into a 21-day quarantine. Italia was and still is completely symptom-free, but nonetheless has agreed to remain in quarantine and to cooperate with health officials.
Student riots and police involvement brought Keene’s Pumpkin Festival under a national spotlight.
After many adaptations to first-year orientation trips ranging from MOO to OINK, the College has arrived at a new, expanded program titled MiddView. The name is recycled from the original version of MiddView, temporarily shelved because of the recession after its first year in 2008.