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WILMINGTON - Voices of Hope, the group formerly known as the Opioid Task Force, held a virtual meeting on Tuesday. Throughout the meeting, the group worked to define its role in the community and its future leadership. 
During a...
MONTPELIER- Gov. Phil Scott announced that restaurants would be able to open for outdoor seating today, a week earlier than had been planned initially.
Gov. Scott said restaurants and bars would be able to open outdoor seating today using guidance issued by the Vermont Agency of Commerce...
WILMINGTON - Ordinarily, Wilmington is filled with festivities on Memorial Day weekend, including the appearance of the Morris dancers, the storied Great Duck Race, and a parade down Main Street. In comparison, this year relative quiet will blanket the town. 
Most everything has been...
WILMINGTON- Selectboard members approved an emergency mask order Thursday morning, requiring nearly everyone to wear a facial covering in Wilmington businesses and town-owned buildings starting Friday, May 22.
The municipal emergency mask order, which was authorized by Gov. Phil Scott in...

The Wilmington Antique and Flea Market will open as a farmers' market this weekend
Farmers’ market will occupy flea market space, for now
WILMINGTON - As with many things, the Wilmington Antique & Flea Market will look different this year, due to COVID-19. For the time being, the field near the intersection of Route 100 S and Route 9 will house a...
MONTPELIER- Gov. Phil Scott and members of his administration announced their proposed $400 million economic relief and recovery package on Wednesday.
At his press conference Wednesday, Gov. Scott said the proposed relief would use funds from the $1.25 billion the state received through...

This building is being converted into a coffee roasting facility. Mike Eldred
WILMINGTON- Fresh roasted coffee is coming to Wilmington, after the development review board approved a permit for a coffee roasting business located on Route 9 West in the former Austin’s Antiquarian Books building.
The retail coffee roasting conditional use permit application submitted...
DOVER - At Monday’s virtual meeting of the River Valleys Unified Union School District Board, the board got an update about the district’s financial outlook as the end of the school year approaches. The board also discussed Wardsboro Elementary’s fledgling STEAM program and heard about the...
DEERFIELD VALLEY- Twin Valley School Board members discussed a gloomy education funding outlook and authorized several priority building maintenance projects.
Windham Southwest Supervisory Union Superintendent Barbara Anne Komons-Montroll relayed key points from a statewide discussion that...
This article has been updated to clarify the number of CEAP payments businesses have received. DOVER - At its virtual meeting on Tuesday, the Dover Selectboard voted unanimously to suspend its Commercial Emergency Assistance Program (CEAP). In other matters, the board was told it will need to...

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