Poem A Day – Oct. 31, 2015

Garden Under Lightning (Ghost-Story) Leonora Speyer Out of the storm that muffles shining night Flash roses ghastly-sweet, And lilies far too pale. There is a pang of livid light, A ... Continue Reading →

Strobel and St. John take responsible approach

To the Editor: Every responsible household must maintain a stable and effective budget. The math is simple: money spent cannot exceed revenues. Capital expended is a necessary combination ... Continue Reading →

Arrests made in assault, robbery on Middlebury Greenway

Thursday, Oct. 29, at approximately 10 p.m., an assault in progress was reported on the Greenway across from Larry’s package store. Officers Kalvaitis and Pelletier responded ... Continue Reading →

Election 2015 – McCormack wants top spot

By MARJORIE NEEDHAM Middlebury’s Democratic candidate for first selectman, Board of Finance Chairman Michael McCormack, said Tuesday, “I think Middlebury is a wonderful, beautiful ... Continue Reading →

Election 2015 – St. John seeks reelection

By MARJORIE NEEDHAM Middlebury First Selectman Edward B. St. John reflected Monday on his busy weekend. He had attended a wake, an Eagle Scout ceremony and a Boy Scout pasta dinner ... Continue Reading →

Poem A Day – Oct. 30, 2015

First Carrie Fountain There is a holiness to exhaustion is what I keep telling myself, filling out the form so my TA gets paid then making copies of it on the hot and heaving machine, ... Continue Reading →

Trick or Trunk in Middlebury & Woodbury

Middlebury and Woodbury are both hosting trick or trunk events on Halloween, Saturday, Oct. 31. Middlebury’s event runs from noon to 3 p.m. with trick or trunking from 1 to 3 ... Continue Reading →

Dest charged with criminal trespass

Middlebury Police Chief James Viadero said officers were dispatched to 68 Woodfield Drive Wednesday at approximately 4:44 p.m. because of an unwanted party on the property. The party ... Continue Reading →

Putting Middlebury First

To the Editor: On Tuesday, Nov. 3, Middlebury residents will be faced with a choice between two very different slates of candidates. Our town is at a critical juncture, and will be ... Continue Reading →

Bioski charged in home burglary

Wednesday, Oct. 28, Middlebury Police Officers Ed Demers and Al Cronin responded to 24 Yale Ave. on a report of a burglary in progress. The homeowner had told the dispatcher that Chris ... Continue Reading →