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WILMINGTON - The bi-town economic development group, comprising members from Dover and Wilmington, met on Thursday, October 1, for its regularly-scheduled meeting. The group discussed marketing and economic resiliency efforts underway in the valley and the uncertain future of the Southern...

Brian Holt and Chrystal Holt, with their children Addison and Ella, at 1A Coffee Roasters in Wilmington. Photo courtesy of Brian Holt

WILMINGTON - After two years of work, several relocations to the area, and some changes to its vision brought on by a global pandemic, there’s a new coffee operation in town. 1A Coffee Roasters has opened shop at 123 West Main Street, in the building formerly occupied by Austin’s...

WILMINGTON- The Wilmington Development Review Board heard testimony Monday, October 5, on the town’s application for a proposed public safety facility at the former town garage site on Beaver Street.
Chief Engineer Brian Lane-Karnas, of DeWolfe Engineering, presented the...

Bob Pavia and Angel Balch, above, of the Deerfield Valley Rotary Club, went to White River Junction on Tuesday to pick up several thousand masks for the community. The Rossi family has donated the money for a million masks for Rotary to disperse to communities  around the country. Vermont and New Hampshire clubs received 800,000 masks and they will be given out to first responders, schools, and businesses.
VERMONT- Vermonters may claim a property tax credit or receive a renter rebate to help offset the cost of housing, but those claims must be filed by Thursday, October 15. The Vermont Property Tax Credit and Renter Rebate programs help make housing more affordable for thousands of Vermonters, and...
DOVER- A year into new ownership and a few months beyond a big renovation project, the Lodge at Mount Snow is ready to welcome returning guests and new customers for the upcoming winter season. A new management team is in place at the Lodge, and the venerable hotel with the priceless view of...
DOVER-  As we were going to press, news was breaking that Vail Corporation had announced a round of layoffs in its Eastern operations division.  This included staff at Mount Snow. 
In  a press release, the company said: 
“As an integrated network of resorts, with a centralized...
VERMONT- The Vermont Logger Safety and Workers’ Compensation Insurance Program, developed to modernize safety on logging operations and reduce workers’ compensation insurance costs, is entering its second year.
 For mechanized and non-mechanized logging contractors enrolling in the Vermont...
Brattleboro-  On September 18, Gov. Phil Scott and Lindsay Kurrle, Secretary of the Agency of Commerce and Community Development, announced the distribution of $2.5 million in federal CARES Act funding for Restart Vermont Small Business Technical Assistance. 
This funding will deliver...

Arlene Palmiter left, was given a plaque and other memorabilia by Angel Balch and Bob Pavin for her service and commitment to the Rotary Club.
DOVER- On Wednesday, September 16, the Deerfield Valley Rotary Club held a farewell social for four longtime Rotarians. Charter member Arlene Palmiter, founding, members Bruce and Nancy Mullen, and long-time member Gordon Lucas will be moving away. 
New Rotarian Michael Levesque hosted the...

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