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WILMINGTON- Former Rep. David Larsen has released a memoir detailing the 10 years he spent in the Vermont House of Representatives.  
Larsen will offer a discussion with selected readings from his book, “Small Town Rep, my personal and political journey to and through Vermont’s State House...
WILDWOOD, MO- Peak Resorts, owners of Mount Snow, say the company is “well positioned” going into their busiest quarter. 
The company held a conference call with investors on Wednesday, in conjunction with the release of quarterly financial statements.  In their second quarter, which ended...
WARDSBORO - On Tuesday evening, Windham Central Supervisory Union Superintendent Bill Anton gave a first preview of what might be ahead for the town’s school when he told community members that in January, he will make an official recommendation to the River Valleys Unified School District board...

A crew at work digging a new holding pond at the North Branch sewer plant in Dover. Wet weather delayed the completion of the pond, including the installation of the liner.
By Lauren Harkawik 
DOVER - The North Branch Fire District will hold a special meeting vote on Friday, December 14. Voters of the district may vote by Australian ballot between the hours of 10 am and 7 pm at the North Branch Fire District Administration Building, 78 Dorr Fitch Road, West...
WILMINGTON - At a meeting of the bi-town economic development committee on Thursday, December 6, members present decided to reevaluate its makeup and how members are appointed to it. 
The reevaluation of the makeup of the committee’s board comes after a suggestion by Vicki Capitani, who...
MONTPELIER- Vermont Tax Commissioner Kaj Samsom recently released education tax rates and yield figures for fiscal year 2020, and called for communities to keep budget increases under 1.7%.
Statewide education tax rates will remain the same for the 2020 tax year as they are in the current...

A BCTV film crew recorded an Act 46 study committee meeting at Marlboro School in January 2017. Video crews were used extensively during the merger discussion between Dover, Wardsboro, and Marlboro and continue to bye used by the new River Valleys district.
WINDHAM COUNTY- A new bill proposed by the Federal Communications Commission  in September poses a severe threat to public access television funding and may lead to the end of public access stations in Vermont and across the United States. 
The FCC’s Docket 05-311 would allow cable...
Mount Snow’s new Carinthia base lodge under construction earlier this year. As part of the mountain’s Act 250 permit for the lodge, they have to pay into a statewide affordable housing pool. Local officials are unsure if any of that money is used locally.
Mount Snow’s new Carinthia base lodge under construction earlier this year. As part of the mountain’s Act 250 permit for the lodge, they have to pay into a statewide affordable housing pool. Local officials are unsure if any of that money is used locally.
WILMINGTON - On Monday, November 26, the bitown economic development housing committee, a subcommittee of the bitown economic development committee, met with Elizabeth Bridgewater, executive director of Windham Windsor Housing Trust. Bridgewater shared experiences she had with seasonal worker...

Wireless repeaters, upper left, were thought to be a solution in rural towns. But CoverageCo went bankrupt, leaving towns without service.
DOVER - During a presentation at the Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation’s second annual “Connectivity Summit,” held Friday at Mount Snow, Laura Sibilia told attendees that it is up to them to organize and bring high-speed internet to their towns. Sibilia, who is the BDCC Director of...
Wilmington Police Chief Matt Murano, left, hands Wilmington Detective Sergeant Mark Denault a plaque in recognition of his years of service to the town. Denault is leaving the department.
Wilmington Police Chief Matt Murano, left, hands Wilmington Detective Sergeant Mark Denault a plaque in recognition of his years of service to the town. Denault is leaving the department.
By Mike Eldred
WILMINGTON-  Community and economic development matters topped discussions at the Wilmington Selectboard’s regular meeting Tuesday night, but the evening started with news from the police department.
Wilmington Police Chief Matt Murano’s announcement that Wilmington...

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