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The Hanover Co-op had a banner year in 2020, with sales jumping 11% to a record $85.4 million. And the bottom line swung to a profit of $1.8...

Two familiar Vermont names are getting a cozy place together in Quechee.Glassmaker and restaurant operator Simon Pearce and craft distiller...

The wedding business is back on again.After cancellations and postponements arising from more than a year of pandemic-related quarantines, social...

Norwich’s Blue Sparrow Kitchen is feathering a new nest in Hanover.The three-year-old Norwich cafe, breakfast and sandwich restaurant is opening a...

Some Upper Valley kids go on to make good.Zack Gazzaniga has gone on to make tortilla chips.(To be clear, the two are not mutually exclusive.)The...

Vittles Espresso and Eatery is pulling its espresso operation onto Main Street in Bradford, Vt.The owners of the mobile coffee, breakfast and lunch...

The Village Butcher in Woodstock is in new hands.   George and Linda Racicot, owners of the Elm Street butcher shop and deli for decades, have sold...

The curious sale of the White River Subaru dealership property in White River Junction that marked perhaps the biggest Upper Valley real estate...

COVID-19 has crippled and toppled many businesses, most notably restaurants, hospitality and retail shops.Yet a handful of Upper Valley enterprises...

Michelle Ryerson calls her boutique in the Powerhouse Mall a “sparkle and bling store.” Hangers, racks and shelves brim with jewelry and headbands,...

The Mascoma Valley was once described as a “food desert” because of the lack of fresh produce markets in the surrounding communities. Some might...

Count another loss in a year of losses for the Hanover restaurant scene: Justin Dain, the acclaimed executive chef of Pine, has left to open his...

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