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WILMINGTON- The C. C. Haynes Fund  offers two annual scholarships of up to $1,000. The recipient may be anyone enrolled in a course of study beyond high school in an accredited institution, with preferences given to a person studying agriculture or related fields such as environmental studies....
DOVER- The Dover School’s pre-K teacher, Lindsey Brown-Rosso, will be hosting a virtual pre-K tour and question and answer session on Friday, May 29, at 10 am for families interested in enrolling their child this fall. 
Until they are able to offer an in-person visit, school officials are...
Lyn Falk
Lyn Falk
WILMINGTON- The Deerfield Valley Resiliency Team, combining the expertise of the Southern Vermont Deerfield Valley Chamber of Commerce, Wilmington Works, and the economic development departments of Wilmington and Dover, continues to offer local business owners in all sectors an ongoing series of...
WILMINGTON - Hannah Cofiell was surprised when, at the end of a long day of baking at her commercial bakery in September, she listened to a voicemail that had been left on her phone. 
“It was someone with a French accent saying basically that they have the name Beurremont trademarked and...
TOWNSHEND- Grace Cottage Family Health is offering telehealth appointments to provide additional access to primary care health needs in view of social distancing necessary because of the coronavirus pandemic. Telehealth is a virtual (video chat) appointment with a health care provider. Telehealth...
WINDHAM COUNTY- Since launching in 2014, the Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation internship program has partnered with hundreds of employers and career services professionals to connect students to high-quality, paid internships. Participants in the program have made lasting connections...
Members of the Vermont National Guard will be loading vehicles as part of the Farmers to Families food box program.
Members of the Vermont National Guard will be loading vehicles as part of the Farmers to Families food box program.
VERMONT- People in Vermont in need of food can receive boxes of fresh produce, milk, dairy products, and chicken through the USDA's new Farmers to Families Food Box Program. In April of 2020, the USDA announced the unprecedented program with the purpose of supplying locally sourced food to...
Vermont health officials are offering free COVID-19 testing at pop-up testing sites around the state for any Vermonters without symptoms. On Tuesday, 256 people had specimens collected for testing at a pop-up site in Bennington..  According to the state's daily update, they will offer testing...
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...

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