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WILMINGTON- Voices of Hope invites all to a Mental Health Advocacy Day watch party on Monday, January 30, from 10 am to 2 pm.
Every year, advocates join together to raise their voice in support of Mental Health Advocacy Day. This year is no exception.
The event will be held at the...
Mount Snow
Mount Snow
VERMONT– This month ski areas across the state are participating in National Safety Awareness Month, sponsored by the National Ski Areas Association.  While Vermont’s ski areas remain focused on the safety of guests and employees every day, the goal of the annual month long initiative is to...
A worker strings fiber in Vermont.
A worker strings fiber in Vermont.
WILMINGTON- DVFiber, the communications union district serving southeastern Vermont, has connected its first customers with high-speed fiber-optic internet.
Customers in Readsboro were connected to DVFiber.net late in December. This pilot group is testing the DVFiber network for...
“Everything just feels right,” says Valley Craft Ales owner 
WILMINGTON - Valley Craft Ales partners Justin Maturo and Brian Holt say the enthusiasm shown toward their business in the first weeks of its existence has exceeded their expectations. The pair, who are joined in...
  WILMINGTON - On Monday, December 5, the Southern Vermont Chamber of Commerce, joined by the Deerfield Valley business community, celebrated the close of 2022 with their annual Chamber Gala and Awards Ceremony at Haystack Golf Course’s Stack Restaurant.  
The event welcomed over 90...

Lasell University students in Professor Young-Tae Kim’s sport marketing course pose for a photo at Fenway Park after presenting to Red Sox Foundation executives.
NEWTON, MA - Kaie Quigley, a Lasell University student from West Wardsboro, VT, shared an event marketing proposal with Red Sox Foundation executives at Fenway Park. Quigley presented “Red for Threads,” a professional clothing drive program focused on increased awareness of young adult...

Manager John Langran in the new market section of Jezebel’s Eatery in Wilmington. Lauren Harkawik
WILMINGTON - If you haven’t been to Jezebel’s Eatery in a while, it looks different, and in addition to its restaurant menu, now has a whole lot of goods for sale. The front of the restaurant is now a market filled with products from Europe. 
Front of house manager John Langran, who runs...
WILMINGTON - The 1836 Country Store, which has operated in Wilmington for 56 years, is for sale. The listing price for the store, which in its totality includes two apartments and the space that houses Jezebel’s Eatery, is $1,295,000. 
C S Wurzberger inherited the store after her father,...
VERMONT - Vermont continues to lead the nation by a commanding margin as the top maple-producing state. Total Vermont maple syrup production in 2022 was 2.55 million gallons, an 800,000-gallon increase over the prior year and about half of the US production of maple syrup.
To celebrate a...

Dan Yates, left, and Bob Stevens.
BRATTLEBORO - The Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation and Southeastern Vermont Economic Development Strategies boards of trustees, members, and staff hosted this year’s annual meeting on Thursday, September 15, at the future site of Grateful Greens in the BDCC Building. The in-person...

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