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Greg’s Meat Market Changes Ownership
By Cheryl White
    Greg’s meat market in Middlebury officially changed ownership this week. greg wry, who has owned the Market since 1981, sold his business to Bart Litvin and Lisa Hartman. Greg purchased what was then called Stan’s Market from Stan in 1981. Under Greg’s leadership the store has tripled in size since it’s purchase . The store employees around 60 full and part time employees.  [ more ]

Looking At The Holidays Through The Heart Of A Volunteer
By Cookie Steponaitis
    When Karen Taylor first moved to Addison County in 1986 she had been in a near fatal car crash the year before in Colchester and had been saved by the skills and caring of the paramedics and firefighters who responded to her in a time of need. She always remembered the care she received and the kindness of the people who were there. A few years later she came upon an accident in the Ferrisburgh area and the car was upside down in the ditch. Karen and other motorists stopped to help. “I didn’t know what to do. I thought to myself this has to change."

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Cross Street Bridge Construction Continues
By Mike Cameron
Construction crews brave 20-degree temperatures as they continue with the construction of the main beams of the Middlebury Cross Street Bridge on Friday afternoon December 11th 2009.  This is the view of the bridge project taken from the second floor of the Vermont Folklife Center on Min Street.  We would like to thank Folklife Center executive director Brent Bjorkman for the opportunity to take this picture from his office.  Brent has an interesting perspective of the project and can watch it take place on a day to day, and hour by hour point of reference.  [ more ]

11th Annual Gingerbread Exhibition And Competition Now On At Vermont Folklife Center In Middlebury
By Mike Cameron
The creative confections are once again a treat for everyone.  Eighty works of culinary art are on display.  The aroma is amazing and the artistic effort is a need to see experience.  Don't miss this once a year favorite to round out your holiday schedule.  This special event will continue through the 21st of December.  For additional information, or to schedule a group visit, please call Sarah at the Vermont Folklife Center: (802) 388-4964.  Their web address is  [ more ]


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