Deerfield Valley News

The Deerfield Valley News |

The Deerfield Valley News is an independent newspaper in southern Vermont that provides news coverage of the Mount Snow region including the Deerfield Valley towns plus Mount Snow, Hermitage Mountain, and Stratton Mountain.

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Type(s) Quotidien
Langue(s) Anglais
Pays et région Vermont (VT) / États-Unis
Villes(s) West Dover
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  • Twenty pallets of concrete and 2,600 hours of a labor of love
    par Sara Koelsch le 23/05/2019 à 7:22

    Cemetery restoration work will be unveiled to public at June 8 open hous […]

  • Duck dynasty in third decade
    par Sara Koelsch le 23/05/2019 à 7:19

    Fundraiser has helped so many […]

  • Hermitage faces involuntary bankruptcy
    par Mike Eldred le 23/05/2019 à 7:15

    BURLINGTON- A trio of creditors filed a petition for involuntary bankruptcy against Hermitage Inn Real Estate Holding Company in federal bankruptcy court Wednesday.  According to court documents, former Hermitage membership sales contractor Bobbi Resek, former chief financial officer Dan […]

  • New owners want a break on dam tax bill
    par Mike Eldred le 23/05/2019 à 7:12

    WHITINGHAM- Great River Hydro officials met with selectboard members Wednesday evening, seeking to negotiate a new tax deal on their properties in the town.&nbs […]

  • Defense says “bad acts” unproven, prejudicial
    par Mike Eldred le 23/05/2019 à 7:08

    BRATTLEBORO - A motion hearing was held on Thursday, May 16, in a case pertaining to a 2016 deadly shooting in Wardsboro.&nbs […]

  • Market has high demand for lower-priced properties
    par Sara Koelsch le 23/05/2019 à 6:33

    DEERFIELD VALLEY- Local real estate professionals say the market is a bit of a mixed bag right now. Sellers of lower-priced properties are seeing quick results, while shoppers for higher-end homes can look for bargains in a slower-moving price category. “The market is strong if a home is […]

  • Bears are on the prowl this spring
    par Mike Eldred le 16/05/2019 à 7:02

    WILMINGTON - Several residents have had close encounters with black bears in recent weeks, including a bear entering a home. In light of heightened bear activity, the Wilmington Police Department is asking downtown businesses and residents to keep exterior lights on at night. Officials are also […]

  • Planners approve flood regulations
    par Mike Eldred le 16/05/2019 à 6:56

    WILMINGTON- Planning commission members voted to advance a proposed ordinance that would regulate property along rivers and streams at their regular meeting Monday afternoon. The board’s decision to send the proposed ordinance to the selectboard for their consideration comes despite concerns […]

  • Hermitage receiver asks for court order prohibiting Barnes from removing items
    par Mike Eldred le 16/05/2019 à 6:49

    NEWFANE- Hermitage receiver Alan Tantleff has filed a motion in Windham Superior Court asking a judge to bar James Barnes from removing personal property from Hermitage properties under receivership, and to recover items already removed.  The motion comes a week after Tantleff filed his fifth […]

  • Club property vandalized last month
    par Mike Eldred le 16/05/2019 à 6:45

    NEWFANE- Hermitage receiver Alan Tantleff filed a quarterly report last week, revealing that one Hermitage property was vandalized in April.  According to the report, Tantleff was notified in April that someone had broken into the Horizon Inn and removed copper piping.  “I […]

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