With two projects funded by foreign investment underway, the Dover resort is looking next at a major housing upgrade. But it’s unclear how the troubled EB-5 program might figure into it.
News Release — The Gathering Place July 18, 2017 Contact: Mary Fredette www.gatheringplacevt.org 802-254-6559 [email protected] The Gathering Place Expansion Brattleboro Area Adult Day Services dba The Gathering Place has proudly served seniors, adults with disabilities and their families in Windham County and the surrounding areas since 1989. In 2013, The Gathering Place added Home Care […]
Once again, Dover voters have overwhelmingly OK’d merging their school district with that of neighboring Wardsboro. In a special election Tuesday, the tally was 47-9 in favor of creating a district with shared board governance between the two towns. Both towns’ elementary schools will remain open. Dover already had approved the Act 46 merger plan […]
State officials have discovered that the question put to residents in March included flawed language regarding school closures. A revote has been scheduled for July 11.
Marlboro School Board officials say they didn’t have enough time or regulatory clarity to examine all merger options prior to committing to a March 7 vote that could close the town’s middle school. They took their case to the Legislature this week.
John Grega believes a blend of incompetence, ignorance and misconduct put him in prison for more than 17 years for a murder he did not commit.
For immediate release Jan. 23, 2012 Contact Laura Sibilia Phone: 802.384.0233 [email protected] A study released today raises serious questions about the local impacts of Vermont’s education finance system on smaller towns and schools. The southern Vermont towns of Dover and Wilmington have contracted with Northern Economic Consulting (NEC) to ask why some schools continue to fall behind […]
FairPoint will be in East Dover at the Town Hall on Wednesday, Dec. 7, from 6 to 8:30 p.m., to answer questions and start signing up people up so they can have high-speed access – just in time for the holidays!
The unanticipated effects and aftermath of Tropical Storm Irene had a major impact on business in Dover and Wilmington Vermont. Over forty business and 120 employees were immediately impacted.
FairPoint Communications, northern New England’s leading telecommunications provider, has reconnected local police stations and barracks with Vermont Public Safety’s headquarters in Waterbury, ensuring that safety personnel will have up-to-the-minute information to help marooned Vermonters.
Line crews have been restoring outages since early this morning, but in some areas extreme flooding conditions and road closures are hampering our ability to respond and restore power, especially in Dover and Wilmington.