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By Mike Eldred
MONTPELIER- This week Gov. Phil Scott extended the COVID-19 state of emergency to July 15, and relaxed more COVID-19-related restrictions, resuming limited visits at long-term care facilities, and allowing 100% capacity at campgrounds.
On Monday, Gov. Scott extended...
By Lauren Harkawik 
DOVER - Sticky Fingers is celebrating its 10th anniversary this summer. Owners Dave and Heather Kelly both say they hope to spend at least another 10 years being the destination for sweet treats in Dover. 
The Kellys moved to Dover with the goal of opening the...
DOVER - At Monday’s meeting of the River Valleys Unified Union School District Board, the board discussed how its schools are providing equitable opportunity to all of its students. During the discussion, which happened at the request of board member Laura Sibilia, principals Matt Martyn and...
DOVER - At its meeting on Tuesday, the Dover Selectboard decided to hold its next meeting using a hybrid model of in-person and remote access. In other matters, the board officially hired Eric Durocher as the town’s economic development director, extended vacation time parameters for town...
           
MARLBORO– Marlboro College archives and special collections currently housed in the college’s Rice-Aron Library will be going to the University of Vermont, where they will be carefully curated into the future. This announcement follows plans to form an alliance with Emerson College, in Boston,...
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...
WILMINGTON - On Sunday, protesters gathered in the center of town for what organizers called a “peaceful protest and to stand in solidarity as allies for Black Lives Matter.” About 40 people attended the protest. 
Karen Mangold and April Horton organized the protest. Mangold says she was...
HARTFORD- A group known collectively as the “RTM parties” may be the only Hermitage-connected lienholders that will receive payment from the bankruptcy sale of Donna and James Barnes’ Westerly, RI property.
The Westerly, RI, property, which, according to a previous listing, includes a...
MONTPELIER - Gov. Phil Scott and education secretary Dan French announced Wednesday that Vermont schools will be open for in-person instruction this fall.
“We recognize that as much as COVID-19 has been an unprecedented public health emergency, in many cases it has also been an education...

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