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A practice green and training facilities at the Mount Snow Golf Club. The Original Golf School, which got its start at Mount Snow, has lost its contract to use the course. Courtesy Original Golf School
DOVER- The Original Golf School won’t be returning to the place where it got its start 42 years ago. According to Jay Morelli, who has been the face of the school for its entire existence, Vail Corporation told him late last month the company would not be renewing the golf school’s contract to...
WILMINGTON – The MOOver starts its 2020-21 winter schedule on Thursday, November 26.
The Mount Snow route begins service Thanksgiving Day, with Route 1A and the upper parking lot routes opening the next day. Due to staffing shortages, there are no Timber Creek, Greenspring, Bears Crossing-...
BENNINGTON- The Shires of Vermont Destination Marketing Organization and the Southwestern Vermont Chamber of Commerce have partnered together to offer a shop early, shop safe program to boost consumer spending before the holiday season 
The program is part of the Restart Vermont Regional...
DEERFIELD VALLEY- The Rotary Club of the Deerfield Valley is accepting applications for grant funding for charitable and community service organizations. Applications received by the November 30 deadline are reviewed by the fund board and a decision is reached within two weeks. Funding priorities...
VERMONT– Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility has created the VBSR Small Business Resiliency Fund, which will provide grants to small businesses in Vermont who demonstrate the ability to rebuild, sustain, and grow their operations through a “triple-bottom-line” focused on people, planet,...

WILMINGTON - The bi-town economic development group, comprising members from Dover and Wilmington, met on Thursday, October 1, for its regularly-scheduled meeting. The group discussed marketing and economic resiliency efforts underway in the valley and the uncertain future of the Southern...

Brian Holt and Chrystal Holt, with their children Addison and Ella, at 1A Coffee Roasters in Wilmington. Photo courtesy of Brian Holt

WILMINGTON - After two years of work, several relocations to the area, and some changes to its vision brought on by a global pandemic, there’s a new coffee operation in town. 1A Coffee Roasters has opened shop at 123 West Main Street, in the building formerly occupied by Austin’s...

WILMINGTON- The Wilmington Development Review Board heard testimony Monday, October 5, on the town’s application for a proposed public safety facility at the former town garage site on Beaver Street.
Chief Engineer Brian Lane-Karnas, of DeWolfe Engineering, presented the...

Bob Pavia and Angel Balch, above, of the Deerfield Valley Rotary Club, went to White River Junction on Tuesday to pick up several thousand masks for the community. The Rossi family has donated the money for a million masks for Rotary to disperse to communities  around the country. Vermont and New Hampshire clubs received 800,000 masks and they will be given out to first responders, schools, and businesses.
VERMONT- Vermonters may claim a property tax credit or receive a renter rebate to help offset the cost of housing, but those claims must be filed by Thursday, October 15. The Vermont Property Tax Credit and Renter Rebate programs help make housing more affordable for thousands of Vermonters, and...

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