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VERMONT - The Preservation Trust of Vermont announces the opening of the 2022 Paul Bruhn Historic Revitalization grant round. Awards of $50,000 to $100,000 will be made to preserve and restore nonprofit and municipally-owned buildings and community gathering spaces of economic and social...
VERMONT - Lawson’s Finest Liquids announces that it is accepting applications for its Super Sessions mini-grant program.
Named after the brewery’s Super Session single-hop IPA series, Lawson’s Finest created the initiative to encourage their fans to become more active in their communities...

Marker for Caesar, a slave from 1750. Markers are meant to serve as recognition of America’s history in new project.
BENNINGTON - The Stopping Stones project is a national effort intended to engage communities with the local and broader history of slavery by memorializing the names of enslaved persons with markers in the places they were once held. The organization works toward repairing inequality in education...
READSBORO- The Readsboro School board met on Tuesday, June 15, to talk about the logistics of returning to an all-day pre-K for 4-year-olds next year, a plan for grant investments, and other matters.
The board discussed plans, first brought up in the previous meeting, to return to having...
DOVER- Selectboard members reappointed town officers and approved more than a dozen business grants at their regular meeting Tuesday.  The board also gave the go-ahead for a proposal from the economic development department to hold a business plan competition with an award of $20,000.
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MONTPELIER- Gov. Phil Scott and other administration officials announced the second phase of their proposed COVID-19 recovery spending package, and expressed disappointment that legislators have not incorporated the administration's phase one proposals in their legislation.
Gov. Scott...
Valley towns lagging behind rest of state
DEERFIELD VALLEY - The United States Census Bureau is reporting low response rates throughout the Deerfield Valley, with some towns lagging severely behind state and national response rates. According to the census bureau, response...
WILMINGTON- Select­board members discussed potential funding for a public safety facility, and heard a presentation on East Main Street sidewalk improvements scheduled for this year. 
Town manager Scott Tucker told board members that the public safety committee and NBF Architects have made...

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