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Bixby to host blowout book sale on Vergennes Day CAROL KRESS, LEFT, and Marsha Hoffman prepare a space at the Bixby Memorial Library for the Vergennes Day special book sale. By: Addison Independent VERGENNES — What did you spend your summer doing? Friends of the Bixby have sorted and shelved
Addison County Independent | 11 hours, 55 minutes ago | comment? | recommend article from Middlebury, Vermont
It's all fun and games for seniors who stay active KEN SCHOEN, ASSISTANT activities coordinator at Elderly Services in Middlebury, volleys a tennis ball to seniors 70 and older in ESIs Project Independence program. The MUHS tennis coach offers an array of modified sports to the 70-and-over set to keep the
Addison County Independent | 11 hours, 55 minutes ago | comment? | recommend article from Middlebury, Vermont
Editorial: Finding a balance with firearms, target practice, shooting ranges and the public's peace of mind By: Angelo S. Lynn How safe is it shoot a firearm next to your neighbor’s house? What distance between homes, or what safety precautions should be taken, before it is appropriate to condone the practice? What common sense measures should be at
Addison County Independent | 13 hours, 47 minutes ago | comment? | recommend article from Middlebury, Vermont
Letters to the Editor: Mount Abe officials make good case for building project By: David Brynn Thanks to the many Five Town community members for their dedicated work in addressing the facility issues at Mt. Abe. The recent article in the Addison Independent makes a good case for moving ahead with substantial work. The full te
Addison County Independent | 13 hours, 50 minutes ago | comment? | recommend article from Middlebury, Vermont
Middlebury plans for passenger rail service By: John Flowers MIDDLEBURY — The town of Middlebury has received a $15,000 grant to pin down a location for a new rail platform slated to serve passenger trains that could stop here beginning as soon as 2020. The full text of this article is
Addison County Independent | 13 hours, 57 minutes ago | comment? | recommend article from Middlebury, Vermont
Bristol police officers join labor union By: Gaen Murphree BRISTOL — Bristol police are now unionized. On July 19, Bristol police voted unanimously to join the New England Police Benevolent Association after two NEPBA representatives visited the Bristol Police Department in person an
Addison County Independent | 14 hours ago | comment? | recommend article from Middlebury, Vermont
Letters to the Editor: Some dams no longer necessary By: Brian Fitzgerald We’re mid-stride through the summer and many Vermonters are drawn to our waterways. Our rivers provide visitors and residents alike with a bounty of recreational opportunities: swimming, fishing and boating. But, some Verm
Addison County Independent | 14 hours, 1 minute ago | comment? | recommend article from Middlebury, Vermont
Part 1 of rail bridge project done; businesses wary of 'big dig' TRAFFIC IS AGAIN flowing through downtown Middlebury now that the Main Street and Merchants Row (above} temporary bridges are complete.Independent photo/Trent Campbell By: John Flowers MIDDLEBURY — Downtown Middlebury merchants are assessing t
Addison County Independent | 14 hours, 2 minutes ago | comment? | recommend article from Middlebury, Vermont
Addiction Help: Medication options for addiction treatment Are we trading one addiction for another? By: Jessi de Boer Counseling Service of Addison County and The Addison County Committee on Opiate Addiction have teamed to put together a series of articles for our community this summer. Our hope is that this column offers information, support and
Addison County Independent | 14 hours, 4 minutes ago | comment? | recommend article from Middlebury, Vermont
Advice from a super mom: How to maintain a healthy, balanced and clean life MEG MEYER, HER husband, Gerhard Meyer, and their nine children, above, live in New Haven. Meg is the Charge Nurse at Helen Porter, an avid runner and a fitness instructor at Vermont Sun and Bristol Fitness. Below, Meyer crosses the finish line at the 2016
Addison County Independent | 14 hours, 8 minutes ago | comment? | recommend article from Middlebury, Vermont

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