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Lakes region news briefs 8/9

By Lani Duke Residents’ cooperative to buy mobile home park CASTLETON— The Windy Hollow Mobile Home Park on River Street in Castleton is about to become the Windy Hollow Mobile Home Cooperative. With the guidance of the Cooperative Development Institute […]

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Rutland region report 8/9

By Lani Duke Biz bits The Palms Restaurant, 36 Strongs Ave., has formally changed its name to The Palms Restaurant- Downtown Rutland, to further differentiate from its younger sister restaurant, The Palms at Prospect Bay on Lake Bomoseen. The Rutland […]

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Rutland Region News Briefs

Proposed pavilion to add new amenities for community WEST RUTLAND— West Rutland is applying for a $25,000 facilities grant to add a pavilion on its recreation area that would require a match from the town. The cost of the 48-foot […]

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Lakes Region News Briefs

Fair Haven considers F&W purchase, looking at stormwater FAIR HAVEN— The Vermont Department of Fish & Wildlife (VTF&W) intends to buy 281.4 acres of land next to Kehoe Green Mountain Camp, Jane Lazorchak, VTF&W  land acquisition coordinator, told the Fair […]

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Rutland Region News Briefs

Hickory Street affordable housing enters final phase Rutland City’s Forest Park neighborhood will be no more, once current demolition is complete, Rutland Housing Authority Executive Director Kevin Loso told the Rutland Herald. The demolition signals the beginning of the third […]

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Lakes Region News Briefs

Poultney archer scores state’s top buck POULTNEY—Brett Kelley, 21, of Poultney harvested the highest scoring “typical” buck deer taken with a bow and arrow in the state during 2016. The 9-point buck scored 123 6/8 in the Boone & Crockett […]

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Rutland Region News Briefs

By Lani Duke PTSD support center opening in Rutland Lani Preston recently announced the PTSD Resource Center of Vermont has relocated to 187 West St. in Rutland. It provides “education and awareness” of what post-traumatic stress disorder is and support […]

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Lakes Region News Briefs

By Lani Duke Fair Haven restaurant opening FAIR HAVEN—Michele Witherbee plans to open the Johnny B restaurant in Fair Haven early in August. In addition to her current career as special educator with Rutland Northeast Supervisory Union, she has a […]

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By Lani Duke Poultney residents contest store proposal POULTNEY—Local residents’ concerns about developing a Dollar General store on a Beaman Street property led to the town’s Development Review Board nixing the proposal, June 28. A pair of planned light-industrial uses […]

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Rutland Region News Briefs

Judicial change requested, claim of bias Christopher Sullivan, convicted of drunken driving and leaving the scene of a pedestrian fatality, has asked that Judge Theresa DiMauro be replaced for his upcoming resentencing hearing. He was scheduled to appear before her […]

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