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Air quality tests at Burlington High School revealed the presence of toxic chemicals, forcing the school to shut down for the rest of the semester.

Burlington High School shuts doors for fall semester after detection of hazardous chemicals

September 24, 2020
Burlington High School will close for the duration of the semester due to the presence of dangerous chemicals on campus.
A map shows the Spirit in Nature (SPiN) trails off Goshen Road in Ripton.

Spirit in Nature trail system offers connection to sublime

October 17, 2019
Tucked away in the foothills of the Green Mountains, the Spirit in Nature Interfaith Path (SPiN) Sanctuary provides a haven for contemplation, reflection and interfaith dialogue.
Chef at Morgan’s Tavern at the Middlebury Inn prepares a dish.

Middlebury Dishes Up for Restaurant Week

May 9, 2019

From April 26 through May 5, restaurants throughout the state took part in Vermont’s 10th annual Restaurant Week. Participating restaurants developed prix-fixe menus that showcased their chef’s...

Back on Shelves: Greg’s Meat Market to Re-Open

Back on Shelves: Greg’s Meat Market to Re-Open

April 25, 2019

Tony Neri, local businessman and owner of several retail locations throughout Middlebury, is tackling a new project: reopening the much-beloved Greg’s Meat Market on Elm Street. Greg Wry, the long-time...

The marble façade of Ilsley Public Library on 75 Main St.

Focus Groups To Shape Future of Ilsley Public Library

March 7, 2019

MIDDLEBURY – Over the past five months Dana Hart, the new director of the Ilsley Public Library, met with 14 focus groups on a “Tell Me!” tour to explore various ways Ilsley can better meet the...

Activists and their families have a hot meal while organizing to ban plastic bags in Middlebury, VT.

Plastic Bag Ban Advances With Community Support

February 14, 2019
Middlebury is in the process of discussing a potential plastic bag ban.

‘Stay-to-Stay’ Brings Young Demographic to VT

January 17, 2019
The Stay-to-Stay pilot aims to convince people to come to and stay in Vermont and has proven quite successful.

Storm Café Closes Doors For Good

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,...

The Storm Café at 3 Mill St., recently closed for business.

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

December 6, 2018
Bittersweet Transitions for the Old Stone Mill Property.
The Midd Money Match card. Shoppers can use this to collect stamps or signatures and get money back!

Neighbors, Together Announces ‘Midd Money Match’ Program

November 8, 2018
New Shopping Rewards Program in Town
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