Wilmington Works

DOVER - At its virtual meeting on Tuesday, the Dover Selectboard heard from an attorney who hopes the town will join a class action lawsuit regarding polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in water. In addition, the board agreed to join the Wilmington Works Christmas shopping initiative, Eat Sleep...

Wilmington Selectboard Chair Tom Fitzgerald gives the disco lights a whirl after volunteering to serve on the Wilmington Works board.
WILMINGTON- Selectboard members cut the speed limit on Fairview Avenenue, and heard presentations from two local organizations at their Tuesday meeting.
Board members voted to reduce the speed on Fairview Avenue from 30 mph to 25 mph based on the recommendation of Wilmington Police Chief...
WILMINGTON - Wilmington Works, in cooperation with Becky Arbella, the coordinator for Shires Housing and SASH (Support & Services at Home), is working to launch local participation in a statewide program called “Everyone Eats.” The program will use $5 million of CARES Act money to fund...
New agreement in the works for Wilmington Works and village coffee collaborative
WILMINGTON - The Haystack Coffee Collaborative may still be able to get its $10,000 from Make It On Main Street.
The collaborative was part of “Make It On Main Street,” a business plan...
WILMINGTON- Selectboard members met with two groups requesting money for their work in support of Wilmington. 
Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation is asking for a contribution of $5,628 for Wilmington’s share of their economic development work in the region.  “That’s $3 per (...
WILMINGTON - Did you know that visitors to the Crafts Inn have included Norman Rockwell, President Calvin Coolidge, and President William Howard Taft, and that in the early 1900s, milk used to be delivered to the inn by a horse-drawn sleigh? Or that in the spot where the town offices now sit...
WILMINGTON - Caitlin Corkins, tax credit and grants coordinator for the state, was in Wilmington on Tuesday to talk with prospective business owners about tax credits that may be available to them. Corkins detailed state and federal grant programs that are available to owners of buildings in need...

WILMINGTON - The application period has opened for Make It on Main Street, a contest that will award a prospective business owner $20,000 to open his or her business in Wilmington’s downtown district. The contest, which is an effort of Wilmington Works, sprang from an idea from second-...

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