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Last week The Valley Reporter
Millennials seeking lodging for vacations often use Airbnb to book overnight accommodations because it is considered cheaper and easier.
These days it’s just as easy, if not easier, to book a room at a luxury
The average age of residents in The Valley increased slightly and workforce population is still expected to decline.
Each year the Mad River Valley Planning District puts together a data report tracking numerous
The 19th annual Country Christmas will be lighting up The Valley on Friday evening, December 8, and continuing through Saturday, December 9. From Warren to Moretown, the event kicks off the holiday season
During the past two years, five local young men in Boy Scouts of America Troop 700 earned the rank of Eagle Scout. Earlier this fall, two Cub Scouts interviewed the recent Eagle Scouts to learn more about what that
Roads throughout The Valley will have to be inventoried and updated to meet new standards, starting in 2020.
Jim Ryan is in charge of the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation’s Municipal Road General
The Mad River Taste place held a grand opening last Thursday, August 10. Vendors from around The Valley were able to showcase their products at the event.
Wendy Knight, Vermont’s commissioner of tourism and
When people are thinking about affordable housing, it can be hard to know the exact demographic that is being discussed. Not according to Eileen Nooney, director of family and community support services at Capstone
Chase Reagan, a member of Boy Scout Troop 700 of the Mad River Valley, recently earned the rank of Eagle Scout. Reagan was recognized at an Eagle Scout Court of Honor ceremony and celebration on the evening of July 1,
Thirteen candidates from throughout The Valley are vying for a spot in Vermont’s House of Representatives.
On June 10, Adam Greshin vacated his seat in the House when Governor Phil Scott appointed him to be his
Farmers remained optimistic after a rainy May, but since then things have not gotten any easier.
Since June 1, almost 12 inches of rain has fallen on The Valley. Elwin Neill of the Neill Farm in Waitsfield said
Sunday, July 9, “The World's Most Beautiful Marathon!” starts at 7 a.m.
The Mad Marathon is on the countdown with runners registered from around the world and headed
Waitsfield’s covered bridge has been in place since 1833; it took The Valley’s most recent storm to show its resiliency.
On Saturday, July 1, during flooding, a large tree floated down the river and was impaled
Adam Greshin, Warren, has been named state finance commissioner by Vermont Governor Phil Scott. Greshin will be
SCAM: Super cool and mellow.
That’s the attitude that Jack Mitrani brings to Frendly Gathering, the music festival that he and his friend Danny Davis started seven years ago. The festival will be coming to the
The Mad River Valley’s beauty will be on full display on the big screen now that an independent film just finished shooting.
Director Barak Barkan, producer Pablo Burn and cinematographer Omar Nasr finished
Employers often gripe about a lack of hirable staff due to affordable housing issues, and the Mad River Valley Planning District is taking steps to fix that problem.
Affordable housing has long been recognized as
All five Valley select boards rarely meet together, having enough to handle in their respective towns, but last week they did just that.
On Wednesday, November 16, all five of The Valley’s select boards met to
Valley resident Mike Vasseur urged the select boards of Warren, Fayston and Waitsfield to buy the Mad River Park recreation fields to support the children in The Valley.
Mad River Valley Recreation District chair
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