The Professional Building in Wilmington on Wednesday, boarded up.

The Dover Forge restaurant and One More Time billiards parlor in Dover. The property is at the center of a lawsuit between its owner and the North Branch Fire District over sewer gallonage allocations.

Officials in Dover are considering a reappraisal of the town’s business properties, which would include many in the Mount Snow base area.

The Professional Building in Wilmington on Wednesday, boarded up.
Betsey Reagan, right front, surrounded by some of the Dot’s of Dover staff in an undated photo.  A

The Dover Forge restaurant and One More Time billiards parlor in Dover. The property is at the center of a lawsuit between its owner and the North Branch Fire District over sewer gallonage allocations.

Officials in Dover are considering a reappraisal of the town’s business properties, which would include many in the Mount Snow base area.
Ellie Roden, second from the right, walks with others whose families were victims of the Holocaust and Nazi persecutions. Roden said this was a “silent march to the train station in Fulda (Germany), taking the same route our ancestors did on their way to being deported to concentration camps.”

The Professional Building in Wilmington on Wednesday, boarded up.
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WILMINGTON- The former Professional Building is boarded up after the development review board issued a permit denying the owner’s plan to restore the building to its original 1930s facade.   Outraged building owner Eric Silverstein says he has no plans to appeal the decision or submit a new...
WILMINGTON- At a meeting of the bi-town economic development committee on Thursday, February 7, the committee reviewed proposed new bylaw language...
February 21, 2019, 2:00 PM
Betsey Reagan, right front, surrounded by some of the Dot’s of Dover staff in an undated photo.  A
DOVER- When Betsey’s Dot’s of Dover went up in flames in the early morning of Sunday, January 20, not only did the valley lose a popular eatery,...
February 21, 2019, 2:00 PM

The Dover Forge restaurant and One More Time billiards parlor in Dover. The property is at the center of a lawsuit between its owner and the North Branch Fire District over sewer gallonage allocations.
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February 21, 2019, 2:00 PM

The Professional Building in Wilmington on Wednesday, boarded up.
WILMINGTON- The former Professional Building is boarded up after the development review board issued a permit denying the owner’s plan to restore the building to its original 1930s facade.   Outraged building owner Eric Silverstein says he has no plans to appeal the decision or submit a new...
February 21, 2019

News


  • The Professional Building in Wilmington on Wednesday, boarded up.
    February 21, 2019
    WILMINGTON- The former Professional Building is boarded up after the development review board issued a permit denying the owner’s plan to restore the building to its original 1930s facade.  ...
  • February 21, 2019
    WILMINGTON- At a meeting of the bi-town economic development committee on Thursday, February 7, the committee reviewed proposed new bylaw language for committee membership requirements. At a recent...
  • Betsey Reagan, right front, surrounded by some of the Dot’s of Dover staff in an undated photo.  A
    February 21, 2019
    DOVER- When Betsey’s Dot’s of Dover went up in flames in the early morning of Sunday, January 20, not only did the valley lose a popular eatery, owner Betsey Reagan and the Dot’s staff lost their...

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

  • One-Minute Book Reviews: Laura Stevenson
    February 21, 2019
    “Two Lives” by Reeve Lindbergh.  Voyage Books: Brigantine Media, 2018 This fine collection of 15 essays reflects upon the double life of Reeve Lindbergh, the youngest child of Charles...
  • Twin Valley Elementary School services grades pre-Kindergarten to fifth-grade and is located in the Whitingham and Wilmington joint school district.
    February 21, 2019
    10 years ago: Wilmington and Whitingham school board members began talking about the idea of an elementary school merger.  Five years earlier, the two towns merged their middle and high...
  • February 21, 2019
    I recently read a very seminal quote, (in the hospice newsletter) “Every new beginning comes from some other beginning’s end.” It is a quote from Seneca, a Roman Stoic philosopher. I had to read it...

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