Give gift of forest bathing

#Middlebury #MiddleburyLandTrust #ForestBathing By JANINE SULLIVAN-WILEY As we move into December, our thoughts often turn from the feelings of gratitude that characterize Thanksgiving ... Continue Reading →

Middlebury Capital Plan projects abound

#Middlebury #CapitalPlan By MARJORIE NEEDHAM Work on Middlebury Capital Plan projects approved by voters in November 2016 got off to a quick start this year and has continued throughout ... Continue Reading →

A Sporting View – Don’t bet on Mayweather-McGregor face-off

#Middlebury #McGregorMayweather By Mark Vasto So it’s going to happen after all: Floyd Mayweather (49-0) will take on Conor McGregor (0-0) Aug. 26 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las ... Continue Reading →

Middlebury Republicans needed to serve on boards

#Middlebury #MRTC Middlebury Republicans interested in being recommended for six vacant positions on Middlebury boards and commissions may express their interest with a letter to the ... Continue Reading →

Ruth H. Clark Obituary

#MIDDLEBURY #OBITUARY Sister of Ronald Clark Ruth H. Clark, 80, of Middlebury, formerly of Watertown, died Monday, May 22, 2017, at Hartford Hospital. Ruth was born in Watertown, April ... Continue Reading →

Beloved crow stolen from Middlebury gravesite

#MIDDLEBURY Someone has taken a crow statue from Lake Elise Cemetery. And this morning brings a message from Laura Albee of Southbury telling us about the theft from her son’s ... Continue Reading →

Luminarias, ornaments on sale

#MIDDLEBURY #LIONSCLUB #LUMINARIA #ORNAMENTS The Middlebury Lions Club is selling holiday luminaria bags and both the Lions Club and the Town of Middlebury are selling Christmas ornament. ... Continue Reading →

5 steps to take to prep your home for winter weather

#MIDDLEBURY #WINTER #WEATHERIZE #FROST #FREEZE (StatePoint) This winter, stay ahead of frost and freezing temperatures by taking some easy steps to get your home ready for the cold ... Continue Reading →

Veterans Day 2016

#MIDDLEBURY This Veterans Day we thank all the service men and women who have kept our country free. We owe you an enormous debt of gratitude, and we want you to know we appreciate ... Continue Reading →

It Happened in Middlebury – Civil War took Bronson family member

#MIDDLEBURY   By DR. ROBERT L. RAFFORD On the same day, May 2, 1863, that Confederate General Thomas Jonathan “Stonewall” Jackson lay mortally wounded at the Battle of Chancellorsville, ... Continue Reading →