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Town Seeks Public Input on Green Spaces Ahead of Overhauls

Concept A, one proposal for the Triangle Park overhaul.

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

IPJ Real Estate offered gift wrapping for local patrons.

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.

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

Residents stand in solidarity with those experiencing homelessness at the candlelight vigil in 2015.

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.

Daily Grind Replaces Carol’s in Downtown Middlebury

The Daily Grind is open for business on Merchants Row.

By KENSHIN CHO

September 13, 2018

A new coffee shop works to fill the void left by Carol's.

From Carol’s to The Lobby, Stores are Closing in Downtown Middlebury

Retailer Ben Franklin nears the end of its long run in Downtown Middlebury.

By SADIE HOUSBERG

September 13, 2018

Stroll down Main Street this afternoon and you may find a vastly different landscape from the downtown of semesters past.  The “For Sale,” “For Lease,” and “Markdowns up to 70% off” signs, as well as unfamiliar shop windows and the conspicuous rail bridge construction project are unavo...

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