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The History Store is located at 30 West Main Street in Wilmington.
The History Store is located at 30 West Main Street in Wilmington.
WILMINGTON- The History Store, operated by the nonprofit Living History Association, located at 30 West Main Street is selling off everything it can. Most store items will be discounted by 50% from previously reasonable prices.
The Living History Association was informed on Thursday, May 1...
WHITINGHAM - Whitingham will be the next town to be lit up by DVFiber, the public fiberoptic network governed by the Deerfield Valley Communications Union District (DVCUD). DVCUD was established in 2020 with the goal of bringing fiberoptic internet to its member towns, starting with those with...
VERMONT - Calling all champions of mental health. The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Vermont invites passionate individuals across Vermont to join their team of instructors for an empowering two-day provider training on Saturday, May 18, and Sunday, May 19.
As part of a...
VERMONT - As spring temperatures set in and people enjoy more time outside, it’s time to start checking for ticks and taking the simple steps to prevent tick bite illnesses. Ticks can be found throughout Vermont whenever temperatures are above freezing, with populations peaking during spring and...
10 years ago: Local legislators celebrated the demise of education finance bills that would have had a tremendous impact on local schools and taxpayers.  One bill would have eliminated a state grant for small schools that would have eliminated nearly $400,000 from Rep. John...
Louder with owner Abby Crosby, of Jacksonville, (center) at the Labrador Retriever Club of the Potomac.
Louder with owner Abby Crosby, of Jacksonville, (center) at the Labrador Retriever Club of the Potomac.
NEW YORK- Louder, with owner and handler Abby Crosby, of Jacksonville, VT, will be competing at the Westminster Kennel Club in New York City on Tuesday, May 14.  
Louder  is a multiple best in specialty (Labrador-only shows) show-winning chocolate Labrador co-owned with his breeder, Debbie...
Participants of Shred Day at a past event.
Participants of Shred Day at a past event.
BRATTLEBORO - Brattleboro Savings & Loan will be having its annual Shred Day on Saturday, May 18, from 9 am to 12 pm, at 221 Main Street. This is a free event in which the public is encouraged to bring their confidential and sensitive papers—such as old bank statements and canceled or unused...
VERMONT - The Community College of Vermont (CCV) has partnered with the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) and Microsoft to deliver a free cyber skills course for Vermonters. The course is made possible by a grant from AACC and Microsoft, and funding is available on a first come,...
The cover of Thomas Hubka’s book on New England farm buildings.
The cover of Thomas Hubka’s book on New England farm buildings.
PUTNEY - The Landmark Trust USA  invites the community to learn more about one of the region’s most distinctive architectural typologies, one that many northern New Englanders call home: the connected farm building.
On Tuesday, May 14, at 7 pm, LTUSA will host noted scholar and vernacular...
One-Minute Book Reviews Laura Stevenson
One-Minute Book Reviews Laura Stevenson
“This Other Eden: A Novel” Paul Harding W.W. Norton & Company, 2023. Behind the plot of this beautiful book there lies the ugly history of Malaga Island, the 19th-century home to a small, mixed-racial fishing community off the coast of Maine.
In 1912, Maine’s governors, their...

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