Addison County Independent

Addison Independent – Family-Owned Independent Newspaper

Founded in 1946, the Addison Independent is a family-owned independent newspaper delivering local news for Addison County, Vermont.

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Langue(s) Anglais
Pays et région Vermont (VT) / États-Unis
Villes(s) Middlebury
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  • Kim Bean, 63, formerly of Bridport
    par sarahp@addisonindependent.com le 23/05/2024 à 8:07

    MORAVIAN FALLS, N.C. — Kim Bean, a longtime Bridport resident, died Saturday, May 11, 2024, in Moravian Falls, N.C., at the age of 63. Throughout her long battle with early onset Alzheimer’s disease, Kim maintained her smile and found joy in the little things in life — dancing in […]

  • Legislators point to action on housing, environment, school funding
    par Megan James le 23/05/2024 à 7:14

    Local lawmakers on Monday listed a series of initiatives they believe will define the 2024 legislative session — including plans to address the state’s housing crisis and make Vermont better prepared to deal with major storm events — though they said it remains to be seen how many […]

  • ‘All aboard’ for the parade: Yellow House resident’s train dream comes true
    par Megan James le 23/05/2024 à 7:06

    Everybody loves a parade — but the Middlebury Memorial Day parade could really use more creative floats. At least that’s what the folks at Yellow House believe. So this year, they’ve created a real showstopper The post ‘All aboard’ for the parade: Yellow House […]

  • Lincoln’s Jeanne Albert running for House
    par Megan James le 23/05/2024 à 7:00

    Lincoln’s Jeanne Albert isn’t afraid of putting in a ton of effort to scale new heights. The post Lincoln’s Jeanne Albert running for House appeared first on Addison Independent.

  • Schlein leaves a legacy with Walden Project
    par Megan James le 23/05/2024 à 6:44

    Matt Schlein is one of several local educators who will retire from their respective positions later this spring. Though the classroom he’ll vacate when summer break arrives looks a bit different than others.  The post Schlein leaves a legacy with Walden Project appeared first on […]

  • Third Mount Abe budget set for vote
    par Megan James le 23/05/2024 à 6:38

    After cutting the ask from Bristol-area voters again, the Mount Abraham Unified School District Board this week OK’d a third budget proposal for fiscal year 2025, which voters will field on June 11. The post Third Mount Abe budget set for vote appeared first on Addison Independent.

  • Work on city condos begins anew after permitting delay
    par Megan James le 23/05/2024 à 6:36

    Cornerstone Solutions LLC of Vergennes has resumed construction on two condominium/apartment buildings at 1-3 West Main St. The post Work on city condos begins anew after permitting delay appeared first on Addison Independent.

  • By the way for May 23
    par Megan James le 23/05/2024 à 6:33

    Congratulations to Salisbury Community School teacher and Academic Interventionist Lili Foster, who was recently honored with the Michele Forman National Board-Certified Teacher Award by the Vermont chapter of the National Education Association. The post By the way for May 23 appeared first on […]

  • Vergennes youth club gets grant, has big plans
    par Megan James le 23/05/2024 à 6:31

    Back on July 5, 1999, the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Vergennes first opened its doors under the guidance of founder Sam Allo. It was then based in the Vergennes National Guard Armory on Monkton Road. The post Vergennes youth club gets grant, has big plans appeared first on Addison Independent.

  • Mayo reflects on 30-year math career at Mt. Abe
    par Megan James le 23/05/2024 à 6:23

    While the majority of her career has been spent inside math classrooms at Mount Abraham Union Middle/High School, Carla Mayo has always sought to teach her students about much more than numbers.  The post Mayo reflects on 30-year math career at Mt. Abe appeared first on Addison Independent.

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