Winning Ways – Use life’s step-stools to success

#Middlebury #WinningWays Insights for Constructive Living by Pat Iannuzzi We likely all have been in situations where we needed to grasp something that literally was just out of our ... Continue Reading →

Senior News Line – Are you dreading the holidays?

#Middlebury #SeniorNewsLine #holidays By MATILDA CHARLES Are you already dreading the holidays? If you are, you’re not alone. Many seniors feel the pressures of lack of money ... Continue Reading →

Now here’s a tip

#Middlebury #NowHeresATip By JoAnn Derson “I buy gifts all year long and save them in a closet until the holidays, when I get them out and have festive fun while wrapping. As a matter ... Continue Reading →

Winning Ways – Getting to where you want to be

#Middlebury #WinningWays Insights for Constructive Living by Pat Iannuzzi If asked about the direction of our lives, I think most of us would probably respond that we still have some ... Continue Reading →

It Happened in Middlebury – Middlebury apple cider making

#Middlebury By DR. ROBERT L. RAFFORD “By 1775 one out of every ten farms in New England owned and operated its own cider mill.” So states Ben Watson, author of a delightful volume ... Continue Reading →

Veterans Post – VA targets shifty mortgage lenders

#Middlebury #Veterans by Freddy Groves Scams targeting veterans who are refinancing VA-guaranteed mortgages have gone on for far too many years. Now the Department of Veterans Affairs ... Continue Reading →

Senior News Line – Will your money last through retirement?

#Middlebury #SeniorNewsLine #Retirement by Matilda Charles Think you have your retirement financial planning well in hand? Well, a new study shows you might be in for a rude surprise ... Continue Reading →

Senior News Line – Medicare enrollment open through Dec. 7

#Middlebury #SeniorNewsLine #MedicareOpenEnrollment By Matilda Charles Medicare has open enrollment every year between Oct. 15 and Dec. 7. It’s the only time you can make changes ... Continue Reading →

Veterans Post – VA grants boost adaptive sports

#Middlebury #Veterans #Paralympic by Freddy Groves An estimated 10,000 disabled veterans are expected to benefit from the $8 million in grants the Department of Veterans Affairs will ... Continue Reading →

Veterans Post – Will bad employees still linger at VA?

#Middlebury #VeteransPost by Freddy Groves The Department of Veterans Affairs’ new authority to get rid of bad employees is getting a test in Memphis. An employee at the Memphis ... Continue Reading →