A steel wheel roller waits for paving to begin along Route 100.

Three different sewer zones are being reviewed for upgrades by the Wilmington Wastewater District. The town will be looking to fund the projects with grants and property-owner contributions during the next few years.
Goalie Maria Page beats Leland & Gray’s Arin Bates to the ball in Wednesday’s match.  Page made a number of saves to keep the Wildcats close in the first half. Twin Valleys’ Rita Messing, 9 , and Olivia Genella trail the play.                       
photo by Randy Capitani
Casey Sibila works against a Stratton defender.                                
photo by TJ Sibilia
Crime scene investigators from the Vermont State Police were called to the Snow Creek Inn in Dover on Friday. A woman died from a gunshot wound there early Friday.         
photo by  Randy Capitani
Brianna O’Hearn wokrs to control the ball against Green Mountain. 
Photo by Therese Lounsbury

A steel wheel roller waits for paving to begin along Route 100.

Three different sewer zones are being reviewed for upgrades by the Wilmington Wastewater District. The town will be looking to fund the projects with grants and property-owner contributions during the next few years.
Crime scene investigators from the Vermont State Police were called to the Snow Creek Inn in Dover on Friday. A woman died from a gunshot wound there early Friday.         
photo by  Randy Capitani
16 hours 56 min ago
DOVER - Tara Oliveri died from a gunshot wound on Friday. According to state police, her death is not being considered suspicious, and charges are unlikely to be filed. Oliveri lived at the Snow Creek Inn, which is where she was Friday around 2 am when the Dover Police Department received a 911...

A steel wheel roller waits for paving to begin along Route 100.
Paving, rebuild projects getting underway WLMINGTON- While businesses across Deerfield Valley are gearing up for foliage season, the Vermont...
September 13, 2018, 3:23 PM

Three different sewer zones are being reviewed for upgrades by the Wilmington Wastewater District. The town will be looking to fund the projects with grants and property-owner contributions during the next few years.
WILMINGTON- On Tuesday, September 4, the Wilmington Selectboard meeting drew a group of residents to hear updates on the sewer assessment that is...
September 13, 2018, 2:06 PM
DOVER - At the Dover Selectboard meeting on Tuesday, September 4, the board told police chief Randy Johnson to hold off on a shed he requested. New...
September 13, 2018, 1:36 PM
DOVER - Tara Oliveri died from a gunshot wound on Friday. According to state police, her death is not being considered suspicious, and charges are unlikely to be filed. Oliveri lived at the Snow Creek Inn, which is where she was Friday around 2 am when the Dover Police Department received a 911...
September 20, 2018

News

  • Crime scene investigators from the Vermont State Police were called to the Snow Creek Inn in Dover on Friday. A woman died from a gunshot wound there early Friday.         
photo by  Randy Capitani
    September 20, 2018
    DOVER - Tara Oliveri died from a gunshot wound on Friday. According to state police, her death is not being considered suspicious, and charges are unlikely to be filed. Oliveri lived at the Snow...

  • A steel wheel roller waits for paving to begin along Route 100.
    September 13, 2018
    Paving, rebuild projects getting underway WLMINGTON- While businesses across Deerfield Valley are gearing up for foliage season, the Vermont Agency of Transportation is getting ready for a...

  • Three different sewer zones are being reviewed for upgrades by the Wilmington Wastewater District. The town will be looking to fund the projects with grants and property-owner contributions during the next few years.
    September 13, 2018
    WILMINGTON- On Tuesday, September 4, the Wilmington Selectboard meeting drew a group of residents to hear updates on the sewer assessment that is focused on three sections of downtown. Gretchen...

Sports

  • Goalie Maria Page beats Leland & Gray’s Arin Bates to the ball in Wednesday’s match.  Page made a number of saves to keep the Wildcats close in the first half. Twin Valleys’ Rita Messing, 9 , and Olivia Genella trail the play.                       
photo by Randy Capitani
    September 20, 2018
    WILMINGTON- Twin Valley and Leland & Gray met for the first time this season in girls’ varsity soccer action Wednesday evening. The Rebels used a strong second half to pull away from what was a...
  • Casey Sibila works against a Stratton defender.                                
photo by TJ Sibilia
    September 20, 2018
    WILMINGTON- When the schedule for the Twin Valley varsity boys’ soccer team came out this summer, fans probably circled one match as a “must see” game.  That would have been Thursday’s meeting...
  • Brianna O’Hearn wokrs to control the ball against Green Mountain. 
Photo by Therese Lounsbury
    September 14, 2018
    BELLOWS FALLS- The Twin Valley Middle High School girls’ varsity soccer team has kicked the season off with a great start, winning their opening match at Bellows Falls 2-1 on Thursday, September 6...

Features

  • September 17, 2018
    It is a pitiful shame and a real embarrassment that so few people show up every Thursday afternoon at 3 pm to benefit from the free lecture series organized by Wilmington's Town Nurse, Jennifer...
  • September 13, 2018
    10 years ago: Gov. Jim Douglas was facing several opponents in his bid for reelection, including an independent candidate from Readsboro.  Justin Gamache was running as an independent write-in...
  • A group of Hungry Lion tour riders celebrate after finishing the final climb to Town Hill in Whitingham. The hunger-fighting charity ride returns on September 29.
    September 13, 2018
    WHITINGHAM- The Hungry Lion Bike Tour was almost finished before it ever started. That’s because the initial tour was planned for the last Saturday in September 2011.  Unfortunately, four weeks...

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