Poem A Day – Feb. 29, 2016

February 29 Jane Hirshfield An extra day – Like the painting’s fifth cow, who looks out directly, straight toward you, from inside her black and white spots. An extra day ... Continue Reading →

March Spotlight on Middlebury Land Trust Properties

By JANINE SULLIVAN-WILEY Each month, this column features a gem of land preserved in perpetuity by the Middlebury Land Trust (MLT). We also publish a picture of a mystery location ... Continue Reading →

Poem A Day – Feb. 28, 2016

Call of the Night Djuna Barnes Dark, and the wind-blurred pines, With a glimmer of light between. Then I, entombed for an hourless night With the world of things unseen. Mist, the dust ... Continue Reading →

Rebecca J. (Howes) Chaplinski obituary

Teacher at Middlebury Elementary School Rebecca J. (Howes) Chaplinski, 44, of Bristol, beloved wife of 20 years to Scott M. Chaplinski, died peacefully Friday, Feb. 26, 2016, at Bristol ... Continue Reading →

Matthew Sadlowski obituary

Matthew Sadlowski, 77, of Middlebury, husband of Virginia (Majewska) Sadlowski, passed away peacefully Thursday, Feb. 25, 2016, at St. Mary’s Hospital VITAS Unit surrounded by his ... Continue Reading →

Poem A Day – Feb. 26, 2016

Long Night Full Moon D.A. Powell You only watch the news to find out where the fires are burning, which way the wind is blowing, and whether it will rain. Forecast ahead but first: A ... Continue Reading →

Eversource expects majority to have power by late Friday

BERLIN, Conn. (Feb. 25, 2016) – With winds gusting over 75 miles-per-hour in some locations and torrential rain soaking a majority of Connecticut, Wednesday night’s powerful storm ... Continue Reading →

“A best friend is like a four leaf clover: hard to find and lucky to have.” ~ Author Unknown Continue Reading →

Pomperaug senior boys celebrate successful season

By KEN MORSE Special to the Middlebury Bee-Intelligencer The Pomperaug boys basketball team is wrapping up its most successful season since the Panthers last played for the South West ... Continue Reading →

Lady Panthers knocked out in SWC semifinals

By KEN MORSE Special to the Middlebury Bee-Intelligencer The Pomperaug girls basketball team saw its run at a South West Conference (SWC) title come up short in the semifinals Monday, ... Continue Reading →