December Brings Surge of Holiday Cheer (and a Cement Mixer) to Town

December Brings Surge of Holiday Cheer (and a Cement Mixer) to Town

By AMELIA POLLARD

December 6, 2018

The kickoff of "A Very Merry Middlebury" involved a lot more than just a little "Christmas magic."

Buns, Hun! Dual Bakery and Italian Restaurant Now Open

Buns, Hun! Dual Bakery and Italian Restaurant Now Open

By HATTE LEFAVOUR

December 6, 2018

Correntes Serve Up Sweet and Savory Fare on Bakery Lane.

Storm Café Closes Doors For Good

By TAYLOR PHILLIPS

December 6, 2018

A sunny day signaled the end of the Storm Café. The restaurant, located in the Old Stone Mill building on the banks of Otter Creek, had been a staple in the Middlebury food scene for years. Last year, their American cuisine made from local ingredients won the café a spot in Visiting New England’s  ...

Old Stone Mill Bought by Community Firm; Storm Café to Close, Student Projects Relocated

Old Stone Mill Bought by Community Firm; Storm Café to Close, Student Projects Relocated

By TAYLOR PHILLIPS

December 6, 2018

Bittersweet Transitions for the Old Stone Mill Property.

Wygmans Re-elected State’s Attorney After Two-Day Recount

Wygmans Re-elected  State’s Attorney After Two-Day Recount

By CAROLINE KAPP

November 29, 2018

A team of volunteers comes together to recount the ballots for Addison County's State Attorney.

Town Seeks Public Input on Green Spaces Ahead of Overhauls

Town Seeks Public Input on Green Spaces Ahead of Overhauls

By SADIE HOUSBERG

November 29, 2018

Residents of Middlebury will be coming together to vote on the transformation of the town's Triangle Park green space.

With Giveaways and ‘Midd Night Strolls,’ Town Encourages Shoppers to Stay Local

With Giveaways and ‘Midd Night Strolls,’ Town Encourages Shoppers to Stay Local

By NORA PEACHIN

November 29, 2018

Over Thanksgiving break, downtown Middlebury held Small Business Saturday to encourage people to support their local economies and build community.

Former Dartmouth Students Accuse School of Failing to Protect Them from Sexual Assault

By LUCY TOWNEND

November 29, 2018

Former Dartmouth students come forward to accuse Dartmouth of doing little to prevent sexual assault, but the college responds with assertions that the campus is committed to the safety of all of its community members.

In Annual ‘Sleep-Out,’ Locals Experience Frigid Reality of Homelessness

In Annual ‘Sleep-Out,’ Locals Experience  Frigid Reality of Homelessness

By BENJAMIN GLASS

November 29, 2018

Annual 'Sleep-Out' will occur this Saturday, Dec. 1 to raise support for those experiencing homelessness, especially winter homelessness and its cruel conditions.

Controversial Burlington Mural Prompts Debate Over City’s History

Controversial Burlington Mural  Prompts Debate Over City’s History

By LUCY TOWNEND

November 15, 2018

The vandalism of the controversial mural "Everyone Loves a Parade" highlights the exclusion of the history of people of color and the Abenaki.

Community Joins Nation to Rally for Mueller

Community Joins Nation to Rally for Mueller

By JAMES FINN

November 15, 2018

Residents Support Mueller Inquiry.

Rough Cut Latest to Close Doors

Rough Cut Latest to Close Doors

By SADIE HOUSBERG

November 15, 2018

Facing rent hike, The Rough cut Dishes up its last plates.

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