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This poster, saying “We Stand Together,” has been cropping  up around the valley. It was produced by Studio Lane and distributed by the chamber of commerce and Wilmington Works. 
Mike Eldred
DEERFIELD VALLEY - As local businesses have found themselves forced to closed due to COVID-19, several organized efforts have emerged locally to help those in need, including Friends of the Valley’s COVID-19 Relief Program; HelpVT, an effort organized by Celeste Keefe; and a fundraiser organized...
VERMONT– As detailed in Gov. Phil Scott’s recent order, signed on Friday, April 24, the Vermont Occupational Safety and Health Agency has developed training and other materials to inform Vermonters on appropriate safety measures necessary to return to work amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Training and...
TOWNSHEND– Parents of a very young child may be wondering, “What do I do about my child’s immunizations?” Grace Cottage Family Health has procedures in place so these can be done safely.
Parents should know that safety is a priority at Grace Cottage Family Health. The clinic has separate...
Small Business Administration Declares Statewide Disaster MONTPELIER- Governor Phil Scott announced Vermont small business owners suffering economic injury due the COVID-19 pandemic can apply for Small Business Administration (SBA) disaster loans, following a statewide disaster declaration....

“The crooked steeple church” in Wilmington. File photo
WILMINGTON - The coffee collaborative known to those who have followed the winners of 2018’s Make It On Main Street competition as the “Haystack Coffee Collaborative” is seeking public input for a name for its coffee shop. The group is making moves: They’re under contract to purchase the old...
Local creates custom stationery and letterpress designs in former dairy barn WILMINGTON - On a cloudy Wednesday morning, the big wooden door of the old dairy barn at 699 Route 100 is closed tight. A note on the door says to push — hard — and come to the back.
A push of...
WILMINGTON- On Saturday, February 22, at 4:30 pm, John C. Porter will discuss his book, “Preserving Old Barns: Preventing the Loss of a Valuable Resource.” Get those barn restoration and history questions ready.
The new edition of “Preserving Old Barns” is a wonderful resource for barn...

Tim, right back, and Becky Clark, second from right, celebrate with their staff.
DOVER- One of the valley’s best-known and best-loved institutions celebrated a major milestone this winter.  TC’s Restaurant has been owned by the same family for four decades, first by Terry and Kathy Clark and now by their son Tim and his wife Becky. Over the years, the restaurant has been an...
WILMINGTON - It’s no secret that social media is also used as a tool for businesses. A restaurant may share its daily specials on Facebook; a boutique may share new goods on Instagram. Some local entrepreneurs, though, are using social media as a way to have a brick and mortar presence without...

Officials say the Retreat may have to close due to a financial shortfall.
BRATTLEBORO - On Sunday, Vermont Human Services Secretary Mike Smith released a statement that the Brattleboro Retreat’s board was considering the sale or closure of the facility after the state refused to honor a request from the Retreat for an additional $2 million. Sunday night, the entire...

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