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VITAL COMMUNITIES

Column: Supporting local businesses is crucial

3/26/20

The efforts to suppress the coronavirus and COVID-19, the disease it causes, are having an unprecedented effect on our local businesses, nonprofit...

It was clear pretty quickly that they probably weren’t a great match. But that didn’t stop Susan Tullar from offering Craig Locarno a drink.Locarno...

When Michael and Lisa Davis moved from New York City to rural Vermont to open a farmstead and creamery in 2012, they had the advantage of a unique...

Column: The Housing Shortage Affects All of Us

1/26/19

It is no secret that there is a shortage of homes to buy or rent in the Upper Valley. That shortage affects all of us. Home ownership costs and...

News that Dartmouth College is considering developing housing for graduate students on 53 acres in Lebanon is welcome indeed, not only because of...

Vital Communities and the nonprofit Vermont FEED program are inviting Upper Valley educators, students, social workers and area residents to enroll...

Claremont Brainstorms Ways to Boost Housing

6/1/18

Claremont — Increasing the availability of all types of housing, promoting the city as a great place to live and work and increasing school...

White River Junction — Vital Communities, the nonprofit that serves communities throughout the Upper Valley, has named three new board members who...

White River Junction — The Dothan Brook School on Saturday hosted what was likely the Upper Valley’s quietest car show of the year — but not for...

Housing Nonprofit Considers Merger

8/28/17

Lebanon — The Upper Valley Housing Coalition is exploring the possibility of folding back into Vital Communities, seven years after it split off to...

Bribing kids into eating their vegetables is one of the oldest tricks in the book, and for good reason: It works. As Aristotle wrote in his...

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