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Scott says hospitality has taken a big hit MONTPELIER- Gov. Phil Scott singled out the hospitality industry as among the hardest hit sectors of the state’s economy during his press briefing Tuesday, as he announced a $76 million expansion of the state’s economic recovery grants...
Wilmington Selectboard on a recent Zoom meeting
WILMINGTON- The town will hold the annual Town Meeting by Australian ballot, selectboard members decided at their meeting Tuesday evening.
At the board’s last regular meeting, board member John Gannon noted that the Legislature had passed special legislation allowing selectboards to choose...
DEERFIELD VALLEY- The Deerfield Valley News asked candidates in the Windham-Bennington legislative district race to respond to seven questions on local and statewide issues.  Republican candidate Matthew Somerville, of Searsburg, had not responded as of press time.
Note: This Q&A was...
DOVER- The River Valleys Unified Union School District Board held its regularly scheduled meeting on Monday. The board reviewed the district’s first-quarter spending and voted in favor of purchasing a car for its lunch program. Additionally, the board heard updates about HVAC work at the Dover...
WHITINGHAM- Twin Valley Board members reluctantly voted to hire a part-time transportation coordinator at their regular meeting Tuesday, October 13.  At a meeting two weeks earlier, the board tabled discussion on a proposal to reduce the number of hours Windham Southwest Supervisory Union...
WINDHAM COUNTY - On Wednesday, October 7, Windham Regional Commission held a virtual presentation about the business plan it created through a Broadband Innovation Grant. The study, which happened in two phases over several months, was geared at understanding the feasibility of a countywide...
These fan guns were included in the sale of Hermitate equipment repossessed by Lakeland Bank last August
These fan guns were included in the sale of Hermitate equipment repossessed by Lakeland Bank last August
HARTFORD, CT- A Connecticut Superior Court judge has denied a motion by Lakeland Bank for default judgment against James Barnes for more than $469,000 in damages.
In her denial, Judge Ann Lynch noted that Lakeland attorneys signed an affidavit certifying that Barnes is not currently on...
HALIFAX- At their regular meeting on Tuesday, October 6, the Halifax Selectboard voted to nullify their controversial September 24 vote to warn a special election of three school board members to the recently reconstituted Halifax School District.
The Thursday, September 24, vote at an...
WHITINGHAM- Voters elected Chris Walling to the selectboard by a substantial margin in a special election held Tuesday.
According to town clerk Almira Aekus, 169 voters of the town’s 943 voters participated in Tuesday’s election.  Surprisingly, she said the majority of the voters, 139,...
Brian Holt and Chrystal Holt, with their children Addison and Ella, at 1A Coffee Roasters in Wilmington.
Brian Holt and Chrystal Holt, with their children Addison and Ella, at 1A Coffee Roasters in Wilmington. Photo courtesy of Brian Holt
WILMINGTON - After two years of work, several relocations to the area, and some changes to its vision brought on by a global pandemic, there’s a new coffee operation in town. 1A Coffee Roasters has opened shop at 123 West Main Street, in the building formerly occupied by Austin’s Antiquarian...

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