The core leaders of Voices of Hope are, from left, Rhondi Gleeson, Cathy Quigley, Robin Rieske, and Elizabeth McEwen, along with Cheryl Rusin, who is not pictured but whom McEwen calls “the heart and soul of the program.” Quigley holds one of the Narcan boxes she is working to place around the community thanks to a GoFundMe donation in honor of her niece Hallie Sills, who died of an opioid overdose in 2020. Lauren Harkawik

Gov. Phil Scott and Xusana Davis at Tuesday's press conference

Manager John Langran in the new market section of Jezebel’s Eatery in Wilmington. Lauren Harkawik
Jennifer Betit-Engel and Christian Engel celebrate state approval of their retail cannabis license by posting the above photo on Facebook.

The core leaders of Voices of Hope are, from left, Rhondi Gleeson, Cathy Quigley, Robin Rieske, and Elizabeth McEwen, along with Cheryl Rusin, who is not pictured but whom McEwen calls “the heart and soul of the program.” Quigley holds one of the Narcan boxes she is working to place around the community thanks to a GoFundMe donation in honor of her niece Hallie Sills, who died of an opioid overdose in 2020. Lauren Harkawik
 Ballot counters were hard at work Monday, under the watchful eyes of volunteer observers. Searsburg resident Gary Sage, in ballcap, was a Republican counter. 
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Gov. Phil Scott and Xusana Davis at Tuesday's press conference
Al and Sue Wurzberger pose for a 2016 Deerfield Valley News article about the store’s 50th anniversary.

Manager John Langran in the new market section of Jezebel’s Eatery in Wilmington. Lauren Harkawik
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HALIFAX - After a nearly two-year struggle, Halifax has secured their post office for another five years, selectboard member Pete Silverberg confirmed during their meeting on Tuesday, November 22. The board also worked through discrepancies in their FY22 budget audit results and how to resolve...
 Ballot counters were hard at work Monday, under the watchful eyes of volunteer observers. Searsburg resident Gary Sage, in ballcap, was a Republican counter. 
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UPDATE: Bennington Superior Court Judge John Valente announced the recount results in a hearing at 3 pm Thursday.  The final numbers indicate that...
December 1, 2022, 3:00 PM

The core leaders of Voices of Hope are, from left, Rhondi Gleeson, Cathy Quigley, Robin Rieske, and Elizabeth McEwen, along with Cheryl Rusin, who is not pictured but whom McEwen calls “the heart and soul of the program.” Quigley holds one of the Narcan boxes she is working to place around the community thanks to a GoFundMe donation in honor of her niece Hallie Sills, who died of an opioid overdose in 2020. Lauren Harkawik
Voices of Hope offering in-person wellness services at old firehouse  WILMINGTON - Voices of Hope, the grassroots group that came together in 2018...
December 1, 2022, 3:00 PM
Jennifer Betit-Engel and Christian Engel celebrate state approval of their retail cannabis license by posting the above photo on Facebook.
Ratu’s ready to open soon WILMINGTON- Selectboard members, acting as the town’s cannabis control commission, approved the town’s first retail...
December 1, 2022, 3:00 PM
HALIFAX - After a nearly two-year struggle, Halifax has secured their post office for another five years, selectboard member Pete Silverberg confirmed during their meeting on Tuesday, November 22. The board also worked through discrepancies in their FY22 budget audit results and how to resolve...
December 1, 2022

News

  • December 1, 2022
    HALIFAX - After a nearly two-year struggle, Halifax has secured their post office for another five years, selectboard member Pete Silverberg confirmed during their meeting on Tuesday, November 22....
  •  Ballot counters were hard at work Monday, under the watchful eyes of volunteer observers. Searsburg resident Gary Sage, in ballcap, was a Republican counter. 
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    December 1, 2022
    UPDATE: Bennington Superior Court Judge John Valente announced the recount results in a hearing at 3 pm Thursday.  The final numbers indicate that Democrat Nelson Brownell, of Pownal, won the...

  • The core leaders of Voices of Hope are, from left, Rhondi Gleeson, Cathy Quigley, Robin Rieske, and Elizabeth McEwen, along with Cheryl Rusin, who is not pictured but whom McEwen calls “the heart and soul of the program.” Quigley holds one of the Narcan boxes she is working to place around the community thanks to a GoFundMe donation in honor of her niece Hallie Sills, who died of an opioid overdose in 2020. Lauren Harkawik
    December 1, 2022
    Voices of Hope offering in-person wellness services at old firehouse  WILMINGTON - Voices of Hope, the grassroots group that came together in 2018 as community members concerned about...

Sports

  • Incoming chair of Adaptive Sports Jon Cipes.
    December 1, 2022
      DOVER - Adaptive Sports at Mount Snow’s chair and founding member Larry Geller is passing the role to Jon Cipes, of West Hartford, CT. The board also created a new leadership position,...
  • A group of skiers boards the Bluebird Express for the first chair of the season.                  Taylor Starkey
    November 23, 2022
      DOVER - Mount Snow opened for the season Sunday, November 20, with three lifts and five trails. A group of skiers boards the Bluebird Express for the first chair of the season...
  • World Cup fever has found a home at TVES as students have chosen teams to follow. A bulletin board with flags of the qualified countries around the tournament brackets. Randy Capitani
    November 17, 2022
    WILMINGTON- The 2022 FIFA World Cup soccer tournament starts on Sunday, November 20.  Following two years of qualifying matches, the quadrennial tournament will take place in the Middle Eastern...

Features


  • Left to right: advisor Jen Nilsen, Davis Cole, Yoli Reyes, Juliette Garcy, and new TVHMS student assistance professional Tucker Boyd
    December 1, 2022
    FAIRLEE - Twin Valley Middle High School students recently attended the Vermont OVX/VKAT Youth Leadership Summit at Lake Morey as part of their participation in the Vermont Kids Against Tobacco...
  • December 1, 2022
    BRATTLEBORO - On Thursday, December 8, at American Legion Post 5, 32 Linden Street, join the Alzheimer’s Association Vermont Chapter for “We’re ALZ in this together: Destigmatizing Dementia in...

  • A fully-decorated Christmas tree harvested off the Green Mountain National Forest.
    December 1, 2022
    VERMONT - US Forest Service officials in Vermont are welcoming the public to select and cut a Christmas tree on the Green Mountain National Forest with the purchase of a $5 permit. Permits are now...

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