Invest in Value

“Owning a house remains central to Americans’ sense of well-being,” begins a June 29, New York Times article. The American Dream is an important part of what we value and we put a lot of efforts into preserving our values. Actually, we put a lot of effort into living our values. According to the same … Read More

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Wolcott – Home to 1,500 Sheep, 200 Showrooms and 4,000 Books

The Lamoille River attracts fishermen, artists and photographers, as well as canoe and kayak enthusiasts. In Wolcott, Vermont, Fisher Bridge, an authentic railroad covered bridge, stands as a reminder of history, on the tracks that serviced the local industry when Wolcott was home to several mills and about 1,500 sheep roamed its pastures. Wolcott was … Read More

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Making Local Food Everybody’s Food

Ben Hewitt,  author of “The Town That Food Saved: How One Community Found Vitality in Local Food” and back-to-the-land activist,  brought great attention to the town of Hardwick, VT with his book. Some senior-level English, Hazen Union High School, students have been discussing Hewitt’s book. They believe there is more to the story. Nancy Demers, … Read More

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How About Higher Standards for Lenders & Borrowers?

“Loose lending practices seen during the housing bubble allowed 5 million renters to become homeowners …the market is in the protracted process of evicting this group.”- Bloomberg Businessweek This statement offers much to think about. While it is true that all of us, at some point in our lives, make decisions that are not necessarily … Read More

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Simply Sherry

A young couple entered the office lobby with a spark of excitement in their eyes. You could sense that the prospect of an important new step in their lives was causing some measure of uncertainty, overshadowed by the exhilaration of knowing they had reached a place in their lives where this sort of venture was … Read More

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Chartered 1763… Timeless

“Our Main Street has a rich history, an authenticity and tremendous assets,” says Revitalizing Waterbury, one of Waterbury Vermont’s most action-oriented non-profit organizations. Its mission is to preserve and enhance the economic, historic and social vitality of downtown Waterbury. Evidence of this vision can be found at every turn. It is “fueled by people power, … Read More

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