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Ripton, Vermont

The Town Robert Frost Called Home

Ripton is a small mountain town with 587 residents overlooking Middlebury, Vermont. One of its most famous residents is the late Robert Frost, whose presence is still keenly felt today.

By Allison Flint | October 22, 2012
Ethan Allen Park and Intervale, Burlington, Vermont

Ethan Allen Park marks the unofficial start of Burlington, Vermont’s “New” North End, a pre-suburbia suburb that runs along Lake Champlain up to the Winooski Delta.

By Mike Dunphy | June 14, 2012
Pompanoosuc Mills

Maintaining Craftsmanship while Building a Business

Vermont is one of those truly unique states that represent traditional New England values as much as any of the other five.

By Peter F. Demers | June 08, 2012
Ben & Jerry’s: Building a Big Business with a Social Conscience

Waterbury, Vermont

New England has a number of well established brands that are recognized nationally and internationally, but few represent their place of origin as well as Ben & Jerry’s, one of the country’s...

By Peter F. Demers | June 04, 2012
Jeffersonville, Vermont

Part 2 - Vermont’s Best-Kept Secret

Having discovered the delights of Jeffersonville, Jason Morgan investigates the best places to stay and dine in town.

By Jason Morgan | February 29, 2012
Jeffersonville, Vermont

Part 1 - Vermont’s Best-Kept Secret

Jay Morgan lets us in on one of Vermont’s best kept secrets - the town of Jeffersonville and all it has to offer.

By Jason Morgan | February 23, 2012
Vermont – The Healthiest State in the Nation

Vermont tops United Health Foundation Survey

It seems that depending on where you live in the US can determine how healthy you are, and New England demonstrates yet again why it’s a great place to live and visit.

By Brian Scott-Smith | January 09, 2012
Montpelier Comes Alive: Cuisine

Montpelier, Vermont

Being a cold state, Vermont likes its food hearty—preferably drizzled with maple syrup, and accompanied with dairy products from Cabot, Hood, and Ben & Jerry’s.

By Mike Dunphy | January 06, 2012
Montpelier Comes Alive: Attractions

Montpelier, Vermont

Growing up in Vermont, I rarely heard the phrase, “Let’s go to Montpelier” ever said with an exclamation point. Unless it was to renew a driver’s license, pick up new plates, or attend a...

By Mike Dunphy | December 05, 2011


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BY Kip de Moll
July 23, 2010
BY Lisa M. Boucher
July 22, 2010
BY Thomas Edward

The Green Mountain State’s nickname is derived from its stunning mountains, which are central to tourism, industry and maple syrup production. Vermont’s rugged terrain has developed a way of life that typifies the independent Yankee spirit, with ingenuity that many people ascribe to New Englanders.

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In our first monthly column on the Naval Submarine Base New London, or SUBASE, ONE looks at the history and development of the world’s first submarine base. In our first monthly column on the Naval Su

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