Legislative roll calls rarely appear in print, but thanks to the Ethan Allen Institute of Vermont, the public is becoming more aware of how their representative votes on key issues from taxes to education.
Air Force Airman Nicholas J. Jarvis of Bristol graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.
From fractals to the Archimedean screw, from nanostructures to quintic equations, Saint Michael's College students presented mathematics research across a range of topics.
Addison Central Supervisory Union’s Spring into the Arts Festival will take place May 29-30 at the Mahaney Center for the Arts at Middlebury College.
Thirteen-year-old Annie Jackson, a student at Vergennes Union High School, has an interest in dogs and law enforcement. Like many teens with developing career interests, she wants to know as much about her passions as she possibly can.
23rd Annual Rutland Dismas House Dinner-Auction, June 9
You don’t hear much about the lives of Vermont college professors after hours, but if Castleton College Professor Lillian Jackson is any indication, faculty members are working their magic in the community behind the scenes, too.
On May 11, 4-H members traveled to Hinesburg for a sheep fitting clinic, sponsored by University of Vermont Extension and hosted by the Henson family. The clinic taught members to learn how to fit meat breed sheep for exhibiting at sheep shows.
Middlebury bookshop is now the state’s largest
When the late writer Jorge Luis Borges said "that Paradise must be a kind of library," he must have been thinking about Monroe Street Books in Middlebury.
Green Mt. Boys’ State, June 16-21
The Vergennes American Legion Post 14 will sponsor four VUHS delegates to the Green Mountain Boys’ State held June 16-21 on the campus of Lyndon State College in Lyndonville.
2013 Hinesburg Big Truck Day & Children’s Festival
Something magical happens when you mix kids and fire trucks. The sense of wonder and big smiles are priceless—and that’s what makes the annual Hinesburg Big Truck Day and Children's Festival a fun time spent with the whole family.
The Rutland South Rotary Club awarded $13,500 in scholarships to students from Rutland County. Students were presented with either $1,500 or $1,000 scholarships.
Legislators make tentative moves on curbing rising ed costs
The unending rising cost of education in Vermont, versus declining enrollments, was addressed by the State House this week.
John A. Renzoni Scholarship Fund
Students from several high schools in Rutland County were on hand to receive scholarships awards presented by the Italian-American Club of Rutland at a special dinner and awards ceremony April 24. The event was held at the club which is located at 73 Grove St.
Staff members of the Ilsley Public Library in Middlebury have been instrumental in making Vermont historical newspapers available online. they are also teaching teens how to create digital media.
I would like to respond to Jim Callahan’s Guest Viewpoint piece in the March 22 issue of the Vermont Eagle.