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The Charter House Coalition continues to provide support to the Addison County homeless community with a modified shelter program, relying on local hotels and motels in Middlebury, including the Middlebury Marriott, to provide short-term housing.

Charter House continues a modified shelter program with state oversight

May 7, 2020

Although disasters such as the Covid-19 pandemic are often regarded as “great equalizers,” the homeless population of the U.S. has experienced a disproportionate impact. Local infrastructures,...

Since graduating Middlebury in February, Hope Allison has focused her professional efforts on a full time career as a wedding photographer. Her work has brought her all over New England.

Love behind the lens: Hope Allison ‘19.5 on the charm and challenges of wedding photography

April 22, 2020
“The whole thing about a wedding day is hope," said Hope Allison '19.5, a professional wedding photographer. "That’s the thing that’s so energizing about photographing them — it’s so joyful."
Due to the increasing risks of the Covid-19 outbreak across Addison County, the Charter House Coalition transitioned all its residents from their North Pleasant Street house to local motel facilities. This is one example of organizations in Addison County having to alter their practices in order to continue providing their community-dependent services.

The community relies on organizations like Open Door Clinic and Charter House. How has Covid-19 affected their practices?

April 2, 2020

Community-based organizations, tasked with helping the county’s least-privileged residents, are now more necessary than ever. As the town of Middlebury begins to see more cases of the novel coronavirus,...

Dead Creek teems with life on annual Wildlife Day

Dead Creek teems with life on annual Wildlife Day

October 10, 2019

ADDISON— Much of Vermont’s most beautiful fauna are seldom seen in the wild. This is one of the motives behind Dead Creek Wildlife Day, an annual event that the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department...

François Clemmons will receive the Governor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts next month at the Vermont Arts Council Ceremony on Middlebury’s campus.

Two Middlebury residents to receive 2019 Vermont Arts Award

September 19, 2019

Middlebury residents François Clemmons and Douglas Anderson will each receive a 2019 Vermont Arts Award from the Montpelier-based Vermont Arts Council. Both Clemmons and Anderson have been active...

11th Annual Spooktacular Captures Halloween Spirit in Middlebury

November 7, 2018

Middlebury got an early taste of Halloween last Sunday, Oct. 28, when the eleventh annual Spooktacular popped up on the Town Green. A project kicked off by Better Middlebury Partnership (BMP), the town...

Governor Scott and Bullseye, Target’s mascot, celebrate the outlet’s opening.

Retail Giants Target and H&M Open First Vermont Branches in Burlington

October 25, 2018
Target and H&M, now open in Burlington, bring a larger crowd to the University Mall on Dorset Street.
Michael Frank: October 11, 2018

Michael Frank: October 11, 2018

October 11, 2018

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Beauty or Blight: Plans for Solar Panels Spark DebateBeauty or Blight: Plans for Solar Panels Spark Debate

Beauty or Blight: Plans for Solar Panels Spark DebateBeauty or Blight: Plans for Solar Panels Spark Debate

April 18, 2018

MIDDLEBURY — At a public hearing facilitated by the Middlebury Selectboard on March 27, town residents weighed in on the proposal of a 40-acre solar farm installation off of Halladay Road. This meeting...

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