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Twin Valley art teacher Samantha Mundt
WHITINGHAM- Twin Valley Middle High School art teacher Samantha Mundt has been awarded a Rowland Fellowship, which comes with a $100,000 grant for professional development for herself and her school.
With this fellowship, Mundt hopes to research and explore choice and design thinking at...
READSBORO- The Windham Southwest Supervisory Union Executive Board met on March 24. The board discussed a variety of issues pertaining to how the district would function in the following school year, from when the schools would have their spring break to how many nurses should be at which schools...

AHS Secretary Michael Smith
MONTPELIER- Gov. Phil Scott and members of his administration updated Vermonters on the progress of the state’s vaccination program at a press conference Tuesday.
Returning from a call with other governors and the White House, Gov. Scott announced another increase in vaccine distribution...
BURLINGTON- Former Hermitage Club managing directors Robert Balewicz and John Santaniello have reached a settlement in their lawsuits against former Hermitage owner James Barnes and his Hermitage Inn Real Estate Holding Company.  
According to documents filed in the ongoing Hermitage...
WHITINGHAM- At their regular meeting Tuesday evening, Twin Valley School Board members learned they may be staring down the barrel of a third large budget surplus at the end of the current fiscal year.
Supervisory union business manager Karen Atwood told board members the district was “in...

Students at the Academy at Charlemont enjoy a day of sledding earlier this winter. Despite challenges, the small independent school has been able to navigate the pandemic and has reopened. Photo courtesy Facebook
CHARLEMONT, MA- As the world marks the one-year anniversary of the pandemic and those horrific few weeks when life was flipped on its head, one topic that has been an endless source of debate is whether schools should be open for in-person instruction, and if so, how to do it in a safe manner....
WILMINGTON - Voices of Hope, the grassroots group working to fight stigma around substance use disorder and bring recovery, support, and educational resources to the valley, has received a grant from the Vermont Department of Health and the Division of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Programs. The grant...

Vermont's vaccine eligibility schedule. Vermont Department of Health
Tells governors in Tuesday phone call
MONTPELIER- Gov. Phil Scott and administration officials updated Vermonters on the progress of COVID-19 vaccination distribution at their biweekly briefing on Tuesday, March 23.
Gov. Scott, who joined the meeting late following...
READSBORO- The Readsboro Selectboard held their regular meeting on Wednesday, March 17. The majority of the meeting was taken up by the appointment of new town officials, but there was also ample time spent revisiting old business, such as the demolition of buildings on two lots, and budget...
DOVER- On Monday, the River Valleys Unified School District board discussed the upcoming annual meeting, students returning to classrooms full time, and policies at their regularly scheduled meeting.
The town of Wardsboro has agreed to let the River Valleys board use a tent free of charge...

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