Most skiers prefer powder tracks to cat tracks. This photo was taken Wednesday, February 13, at Mount Snow. Photo by Brett Miller
Twin Valley’s Jack McHale, 14, has his shot blocked from behind by Poultney’s Heith Mason while Ryan Alt defends in front.                                                                                    
Photos by Randy Capitani
Proposed facade restoration
A developer who purchased five Stag’s Leap lots claims the club’s financial collapse has rendered the parcels worthless.
Proposed facade restoration
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WILMINGTON- The owner of two former Lorista properties on East Main Street met with the development review board Monday evening in a hearing on his application to renovate and restore the two historic buildings. Eric Silverstein, a Wilmington homeowner, purchased the former “Professional...
By Lauren Harkawik DOVER - On Monday, February 4, the Southern Vermont Deerfield Valley Chamber of Commerce hosted a legislative breakfast. Sen....
February 14, 2019, 2:38 PM
WOODFORD - At a public meeting on Monday, Jaclyn Comeau, a wildlife biologist with the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department, gave a presentation...
February 14, 2019, 2:30 PM
A developer who purchased five Stag’s Leap lots claims the club’s financial collapse has rendered the parcels worthless.
RUTLAND- A New York developer has filed a suit against James Barnes and his Hermitage Inn Real Estate Holding Company in US District Court in...
February 14, 2019, 2:27 PM
WILMINGTON- The owner of two former Lorista properties on East Main Street met with the development review board Monday evening in a hearing on his application to renovate and restore the two historic buildings. Eric Silverstein, a Wilmington homeowner, purchased the former “Professional...
February 14, 2019

News

  • Proposed facade restoration
    February 14, 2019
    WILMINGTON- The owner of two former Lorista properties on East Main Street met with the development review board Monday evening in a hearing on his application to renovate and restore the two...
  • February 14, 2019
    By Lauren Harkawik DOVER - On Monday, February 4, the Southern Vermont Deerfield Valley Chamber of Commerce hosted a legislative breakfast. Sen. Becca Balint, Sen. Jeanette White, Rep. John Gannon...
  • A developer who purchased five Stag’s Leap lots claims the club’s financial collapse has rendered the parcels worthless.
    February 14, 2019
    RUTLAND- A New York developer has filed a suit against James Barnes and his Hermitage Inn Real Estate Holding Company in US District Court in connection with a $2.6 million purchase of Stag’s Leap...

Sports


  • Most skiers prefer powder tracks to cat tracks. This photo was taken Wednesday, February 13, at Mount Snow. Photo by Brett Miller
    February 15, 2019
    Sometimes catwalks, or cat tracks, smaller mountain connecting trails, feel monotonous. Other times they seem dangerous. Whether friendly and playful or narrow and intimidating many mountains possess...
  • Twin Valley’s Jack McHale, 14, has his shot blocked from behind by Poultney’s Heith Mason while Ryan Alt defends in front.                                                                                    
Photos by Randy Capitani
    February 15, 2019
    WHITINGHAM- Twin Valley beat Poultney Thursday evening, February 7, in a game that was as tight and as tense as a state tournament game. The two teams were neck and neck in the D4 statewide standings...

  • Twin Valley’s Celia Betit is defended closely by Woodstock forward Jane Lackley. Photo by Christian Avard/Vermont Standard
    February 15, 2019
    WHITINGHAM- “It was a grinder, that’s only way to describe it.” That was the way Twin Valley girls’ varsity basketball coach Buddy Hayford talked about Monday’s 25-24 overtime win over Leland...

Features


  • Most skiers prefer powder tracks to cat tracks. This photo was taken Wednesday, February 13, at Mount Snow. Photo by Brett Miller
    February 15, 2019
    Sometimes catwalks, or cat tracks, smaller mountain connecting trails, feel monotonous. Other times they seem dangerous. Whether friendly and playful or narrow and intimidating many mountains possess...
  • February 14, 2019
    WOODFORD - At a public meeting on Monday, Jaclyn Comeau, a wildlife biologist with the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department, gave a presentation about the Deerfield Wind Black Bear Study. The study,...
  • Sen. Jeanette White
    February 14, 2019
    I serve on Senate Judiciary in the morning and chair Senate Government Operations in the afternoon. Both committees, as is true with all the Senate committees, are busy reviewing what has happened...

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