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Wikipedia and Academia
Thursday, 03/07/13
By Jane Lindholm
Never use Wikipedia as a source! That's what high school students across the country learn when writing their term papers. As it turns out, that attitude might be changing.
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Amid Protests, Vermont Gas Files For Permit To Build Pipeline
Thursday, 12/20/12
By Kirk Carapezza
On Thursday, Vermont Gas Systems filed a petition for a state permit to begin construction of its underground pipeline project, which has already collided with opposition from local residents who don't like the route.
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Middlebury Officials To Discuss Natural Gas Project
Monday, 11/19/12
By Kirk Carapezza
Vermont Gas Systems is inching forward with its plan to expand natural gas service to Addison County and points south, with the support of town officials.
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Vermont Hard Cider Acquired By Irish Beverage Company
Tuesday, 10/23/12
By Kirk Carapezza
The leading hard cider producer in the United States has been acquired by its chief rival across the pond. The Addison County-based Vermont Hard Cider Company agreed Tuesday to merge with the C&C Group of Ireland.
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Police Bullets Hit Man In Suicide Shootout
Tuesday, 10/09/12
Middlebury police say a man who said he wanted to commit "suicide by cop," was struck by two bullets fired by police officers during an extended gunfight.
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Middlebury Man Dies After Confrontation With Police
Friday, 10/05/12
Middlebury police say a local man who had threatened to commit "suicide by cop" is dead after an exchange of gunfire in the Vermont community.
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Rail Spur Project On Indefinite Hold
Thursday, 08/30/12
A proposed $32 million dollar rail spur in Middlebury has been put on hold indefinitely.
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71 Years Later, Designer Of Emma Willard Monument Is Honored
Wednesday, 08/08/12
By Kirk Carapezza
A woman in Middlebury is finally recognized for creating a monument to Emma Hart Willard, a local luminary and pioneer in the education of women.
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Middlebury Expects Riverfront Enhancements To Be Complete This Summer
Monday, 07/16/12
In Middlebury, the Select Board hopes to complete enhancements to the riverfront at the historic Marble Works district near Otter Creek falls by the end of the summer.
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Cities And Towns Set Tax Rates
Wednesday, 07/11/12
It's that time of year when Vermont cities and towns are setting their tax rates, and select board and city council minutes show many have increased them slightly as they enter the 2013 fiscal year.
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After 71 Years, Middlebury Woman Recognized As Co-Designer Of Emma Willard Monument
Wednesday, 06/27/12
The Middlebury Select Board has passed a motion recognizing Marion Guild as a co-designer of the Emma Willard Monument in town.
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Middlebury Evaluates Plan To Rebuild Municipal Building
Monday, 06/25/12
Officials in Middlebury are debating whether to rebuild or replace the town's 100-year-old municipal building and gymnasium. Preliminary estimates for the proposed 16,000 to 19,000-square-foot municipal offices range from $6 million to $10 million.
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Statewide Commuter Challenge Gets Under Way
Monday, 05/14/12
By Jane Lindholm
The statewide Way to Go Commuter Challenge kicked off in Hinesburg on Monday, as transportation and legislative officials officially launched a new bus service along Route 116.
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Middlebury Discovers A Significant Budget Surplus
Thursday, 01/26/12
At a time when many cities and towns are cutting budgets to the bone, the town of Middlebury has learned that it's sitting on a $1.5 million surplus.
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Middlebury Brewery Resumes Operations After Explosion
Tuesday, 11/15/11
By Kirk Carapezza
Otter Creek Brewery in Middlebury is expected to resume full operation Tuesday afternoon despite an explosion Monday morning.
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Fermentation Tanks Explode At Vt. Brewery
Monday, 11/14/11
By Kirk Carapezza
Fire officials in Middlebury say at least one fermentation tank exploded Monday morning inside the Otter Creek Brewery. Fire officials are investigating the explosion.
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Mitigating Flood Damage In Middlebury
Wednesday, 11/09/11
By Kirk Carapezza
Middlebury's Select Board is forming a special task force to develop a plan for on-going management of the Middlebury River in the wake of Tropical Storm Irene. Residents in East Middlebury have raised concerns about the dredging and re-channeling of the river following the storm.
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Middlebury Leases Land For Solar Farm
Tuesday, 10/18/11
By Kirk Carapezza
A green energy nonprofit has been given permission to lease an acre of town property in Middlebury to use as a solar farm.
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Northfield Select Board Weighs Dredging River
Monday, 09/26/11
By Kirk Carapezza
A Northfield selectman wants to dredge the Dog River and other flooded rivers in town before winter sets in.
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Copper Theft In Middlebury Follows Growing Statewide Trend
Thursday, 08/11/11
In Middlebury, authorities are looking into a copper theft from a construction site over the weekend. The incident comes as the state of Vermont is seeing a rash of copper thefts.
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Regional Report: Middlebury Supports Solar Project
Friday, 07/08/11
By Mitch Wertlieb
In Addison County, another large solar array has been proposed in the town of Middlebury. The solar array is expected to generate electricity to some 30 average-sized homes.
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