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BENNINGTON - New pain protocols in gynecology and obstetrics at Southwestern Vermont Medical Center reflect a growing focus in the medical community on finding alternatives to opioids for pain management. 
Malcolm Paine, MD, is one of the physicians at SVMC’s Bennington-based obstetrics...

The Barnstormer Summit Lift
HARTFORD, CT- A Connecticut judge has granted a motion by a former Hermitage employee to place a lien on Hermitage owner James Barnes interest in Barnstormer Summit Lift LLC.
Former Hermitage Chief Financial Officer Dan Solaz, who was also one of three creditors who initiated the Hermitage...

Readsboro’s historic Bullock Building.
READSBORO - This week, Readsboro Hometown Redevelopment Inc., a 501(c)(3), is in the process of transforming the Bullock Building into a Hawaiian beach for a sold-out Hawaiian-themed dinner happening in the building this weekend.
Pillars have become palm trees and a dinner menu in the...

Map prepared by the Vermont Geological Survey indicates elevated radioactivity in Woodford, Searsburg, and Somerset (pink), as well as occurrences of uranium in geological samples (blue circles) in Searsburg.
Contaminant can be filtered out WEST DOVER- The state has ordered a local business to stop using their well water for food preparation after testing showed uranium levels above the maximum allowed in drinking water.  
Dover Health Officer Tabi Freedman confirmed the report, and that the...
RUTLAND- Berkshire Bank is asking the Vermont District Bankruptcy Court  to allow their foreclosure action to proceed in Windham Superior Court. 
The bank filed its foreclosure suit in February 2018, amid mounting financial difficulties at the Hermitage.  An automatic stay was placed on...

This solar array is being installed on the old landfill next to the Dover town garage by Green Lantern Solar. V. Capitani
DOVER - Ralph Meima, director of development for Green Lantern Solar, provided an update about a solar array project at the Dover Selectboard meeting on Tuesday. Matters discussed included timing of the project, who is responsible for maintenance of the array, and an estoppel certificate, which...
DOVER - At its Tuesday evening meeting, the Dover Selectboard was indecisive about where to hold an upcoming employee appreciation event.  A member of the public suggested that the lack of an obvious answer may be indicative of some of the economic development issues facing the town. 
Town...
RUTLAND- The Hermitage is headed for the auction block, following rulings by Vermont District Bankruptcy Court Judge Colleen Brown at a hearing on Friday, July 26. 
Brown issued two orders, one granting the US Trustee’s and creditors’ motions to convert the Chapter 11 cases to Chapter 7,...
WILMINGTON - The Wilmington Fire Department was joined by departments from several surrounding towns on Friday night to battle a blaze at a home on Haskell Hill Road. No one was home at the time of the fire and no one was injured. 
Wilmington Fire Chief Scott Moore says the call came in...
WILMINGTON - A black bear was killed by a homeowner in the Chimney Hill area on Saturday, July 20. 
Game Warden Richard Watkin responded to the scene. He was out of the office this week and unavailable for comment, but according to Lt. Dennis Amsden, Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department...

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