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DOVER - The results of Dover’s marijuana survey were released on Tuesday. Overall, survey responders did not support the prospect of medicinal or recreational marijuana dispensaries being located in the town. What comes next was debated at length at Tuesday’s selectboard meeting. 
The...
WILMINGTON- Next Monday afternoon, the Wilmington Planning Commission will begin discussions about an ordinance that would ban marijuana dispensaries and the sale of other products, such as CBD oil and even vaping supplies.   The discussion will take place at the planning commission’s regular...
WILMINGTON- “In heaven there is no beer,” the song says, and according to the Wilmington Selectboard, it won’t be at the Deerfield Valley Farmers’ Day Fair, either. 
Two weeks ago, the selectboard, acting as the liquor commission, tabled discussion on a catering permit for Avigliano...

These unfinished foundations were all that was constructed for three condo buyers at the Hermitage Club in Wilmington. The buyers recently won a fraud suit. File photo/ME
BURLINGTON- This week US District Court Judge Geoffrey Crawford ordered a default judgment awarding $6.2 million in compensation and damages to three plaintiffs in a consumer fraud complaint filed against Hermitage Inn founder and owner James Barnes. 
Under the judgment signed this week,...
DEERFIELD VALLEY - When Act 46 was enacted in 2015, it asked school districts to voluntarily merge with one another, thus decreasing the number of individual school boards in the state. The law said districts that did not merge would be subject to involuntary mergers by the state, which would be...
WILMINGTON- The town may soon have three of the four cardinal compass points covered by food trucks, if the development review board approves two new applications presented at hearings Monday evening. 
Shane Lopez and Brian Scranton explained their plan for a barbecue food stand on Route 9...
DOVER - The Dover School Board reviewed an audit from Sullivan & Powers at its meeting on Monday. 
“The long and the short of the audit is we were $70,000 to the good,” said chair Rich Werner. “So (treasurer) Marco (Tallini) will transfer $70,000 into the capital reserve fund at some...
Plaintiffs say they paid for Hermitage condominiums, but only the foundations were were built.
By Mike Eldred 
BURLINGTON- A federal court clerk has filed an entry of default, after Hermitage owner James R. Barnes failed to respond to a lawsuit filed by plaintiffs in US District Court.
The three plaintiffs, RTM Capital Partners, a New Jersey corporation; LPV 15, Hermitage,...
BRATTLEBORO- A West Dover man was ordered held without bail after prosecutors filed four additional charges of sexual assault of a minor against him. 
Clifford Turpin, 75, was already facing four previous charges connected to the sexual assault of a minor, following an investigation by...
WHITINGHAM- Personnel changes topped discussions at Tuesday evening’s regular meeting of the Twin Valley School Board.
School board member Kathy Larsen told board members that the supervisory union board is in negotiations with Barbara Anne Komons-Montroll to take the position of interim...

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