Alchemist Brewery closes on land in Stowe for their new state of the art Brewery.

By Tommy Gardner | Stowe Reporter | May 6, 2015 “Warm weather and cold beer go well together, and soon, so could warm weather and the construction of a new brewery. “The Alchemist is the proud new owner of 4 acres on Cottage Club Road,” Chuck Baraw said Tuesday. Baraw, who owns the Stoweflake Resort […]

Home ownership and wealth creation November 30

Homeownership and Wealth Creation –

Would more and longer rentals be a bad thing? Are the benefits of homeownership overrated? The answer to the first question is yes; the answer to the second is no.

condominiums November 24

How Much Home Can You Afford?

By: Craig Donofrio   Looking at sprawling villas in the suburbs and 2,000-square-foot condos in the middle of downtown is one thing. How much home you can afford may be entirely different. Of course, there’s nothing wrong with looking. But when it comes down to finding a place that fits perfectly in looks, size and price, you […]

How to Sell your home in the winter November 19

Tips for Creating the Perfect Atmosphere for a Winter Home Sale

To successfully sell your home, you must take advantage of every showing. This can be especially hard in winter when the light is poor and your yard is not looking its best. Luckily there are a few simple things you can do boost your home’s charm offensive.

October 23

Is cash hidden in your closet?

Now is the perfect time to do a thorough closet cleaning so you’re prepared for cooler temperatures. For many people, making decisions about what to keep and discard is difficult. Harder still can be figuring out what to do with the unwanted items.

3 Tips to Sell Your House in the Fall – Sell –

Although the real estate business tends to slow down in the fall, the season still can be an attractive time to put a home on the market. If you want to sell your house in the next few months, it can be done. Potential buyers—such as empty nesters or millennials who aren’t worried about moving after the school […]

An Abandoned Lifeboat at World’s End

An Abandoned Lifeboat at World’s End.

Things to consider when buying a building lot in Vermont

Things to Consider when Purchasing Land in Vermont The following is an outline of some of the factors that prospective buyers should consider before purchasing a lot on which to build their new home. This outline has been prepared as a reference for those interested in building in Vermont.  The information in this outline should […]

Facebook Ruined My Life, Now They Must Pay

Originally posted on Peg-o-Leg's Ramblings:
Should a ginormous corporation be allowed to humiliate a child and profit from her pain? Could $167,000,000 in compensation even begin to make up for her suffering? We can only hope so. I give you, Exhibit A Oh, the humanity What’s the first thing you notice about this picture?…

An Abandoned Lifeboat at World’s End

Originally posted on A Blast From The Past:
The unidentified whaler or ship’s lifeboat found abandoned on Bouvet Island on 2 April 1964. The boat bore no identifying marks. There were signs that survivors might have made it to shore, but no trace of them has ever been found. There is no more forbidding place…

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