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DOVER - On Monday, May 18, the River Valleys Unified Union School District board will conduct an in-depth discussion about The Dover School’s International Baccalaureate program. The discussion, which was planned months ago, will include a presentation from principal Matt Martyn about the results...
The former Valley Town Church will become a new coffee shop.
The former Valley Town Church will become a new coffee shop. File photo
WILMINGTON - The Development Review Board has issued a decision for a request from Crooked Steeple, LLC, formerly known as the Haystack Coffee Collaborative. The group is seeking to open a retail coffee shop in the old church building at 12 South Main Street. The DRB approved the group’s...
BURLINGTON- The Hermitage Club Member Group closed on their acquisition of Hermitage real estate Wednesday, after a court order cleared title issues that had been holding up the process.
On Tuesday, Vermont District Bankruptcy Court Judge Colleen Brown signed an order denying an earlier...
Vermont health officials are offering free COVID-19 testing at pop-up testing sites around the state for any Vermonters without symptoms. On Tuesday, 256 people had specimens collected for testing at a pop-up site in Bennington..  According to the state's daily update, they will offer testing...

Hermitage Clubhouse
BURLINGTON- Vermont District Bankruptcy Court Judge Colleen Brown has ordered a hearing this week on Berkshire Bank's emergency motion to compel the closing of the sale of Hermitage property.
Berkshire Bank filed their motion on Friday, after the Hermitage Club Member Group failed to close...
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MONTPELIER- Retail businesses may begin reopening next week, Gov. Phil Scott announced at his press conference Monday morning. He also indicated that his emergency order, extended until May 15, would be extended again. "You can expect, when the emergency order is extended on Friday, it will...
Agency of Human Services Secretary Mike Smith
MONTPELIER- Childcare providers can begin operating on June 1, and day camps and overnight camps will be able to operate this summer, Gov. Phil Scott announced today.  
"I'm very pleased today to make several announcements regarding child care and summer day camps," Gov. Scott said. "To...
HALIFAX- Board members struck a conciliatory tone with residents over a planned gravel pit purchase during Tuesday’s conference call selectboard meeting.
Many in Halifax had been upset by plans to purchase the gravel pit, which is next to the town garage, from current board member and road...
By Mike Eldred
HARTFORD, CT- A Hermitage Club investor who was awarded $1 million in a lawsuit against Hermitage founder James Barnes in a Vermont court is asking a Connecticut court to enforce the judgment.
Rhode Island resident Douglas Hollenbeck filed a complaint in Hartford...
MONTPELIER- At his press briefing Wednesday, Gov. Scott said Vermonters can resume small social gatherings and limited outdoor activities.
Addendum 13 to his March 13 emergency order, signed Wednesday, allows gatherings outdoors or at homes of 10 or fewer people, provided they observe...

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