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Photo courtesy office of Lt. Gov. Molly Gray
MONTPELIER - On Monday, Lt. Gov. Molly Gray hosted a discussion about how communities can support people with substance use disorder who are in recovery. The discussion centered around how employers can forge successful relationships with those in recovery by offering “second chance” employment...

Crew installing fiber lines in Wilmington’s town center. Photo by Randy Capitani
Construction season returns WILMINGTON- The Wilmington Selectboard heard a budget update and discussed American Rescue Plan funds, a 1% local option tax request and road projects at their regularly scheduled  meeting on Tuesday.
Wilmington Finance Officer Christine...
WARDSBORO-  At Monday’s regularly scheduled River Valleys Unified School District board meeting, the board discussed a variety of subjects, including how it develops and implements policies.  The board also prepped for the district’s upcoming annual meeting, slated for Tuesday, April 26.
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DOVER - At its regularly-scheduled meeting on Tuesday, the Dover Selectboard approved several funding requests, including one for the Blueberry Festival Street Fair and one for maintenance of the Hathaway Trail. The board also discussed a provision for how it will spend its ARPA money, the...
WHITINGHAM - At the Whitingham Selectboard’s regular meeting on Wednesday, the board discussed the results of the sewer project bid opening and discussed progress at the Whitingham plant.
The bid opening for the sewer project occurred on Thursday, April 14. Kingsbury submitted the only bid...

Richard Werner, chair of River Valleys School Board and Windham Central Supervisory Union, speaking at Tuesday's press briefing
MONTPELIER- At a Statehouse press conference Tuesday, the Coalition for Vermont Student Equity called on the House Ways and Means Committee to reject sweeping changes under consideration for S.287, the Senate’s proposed education funding equity bill.
“The Senate did their homework and got...
MONTPELIER- Vemont Health Commissioner Dr. Mark Levine said COVID-19 variant BA2 is “driving an uptick” in COVID-19 cases in Vermont at the administration’s press briefing Tuesday.  
“We’ve had a 29% increase in our seven-day average of numbers of cases, you can see a very slight uptick,”...
WHITINGHAM- Twin Valley School Board revisited a previous discussion regarding the Twin Valley Elementary sports field, and heard about another maintenance issue at Twin Valley Middle High School at their regular meeting Tuesday.
At their last meeting, board members discussed a proposal...
WHITINGHAM - At the Whitingham Selectboard’s regular meeting on Wednesday, April 6, attorneys Adam Waite and James Valente met with the board to discuss the Vermont Supreme Court’s ruling in the town’s education funding lawsuit. 
The lawsuit was filed by Valente on behalf of the town of...
HALIFAX - During their regular meeting on Tuesday, April 5, the Halifax Selectboard set a date for the Town Meeting informational hearing, discussed the fine for a violation of their junk ordinance at 10070 Stage Road, revisited their beaver problem, and heard from constable Andy Rice about...

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