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Rutland’s own Emerald City

The Hub CoWorks opens downtown By Liz DiMarco Weinmann The region’s civic leaders, community advocates, business owners, nonprofit professionals, and others representing the innumerable talents of the Killington-Rutland community gathered Monday evening, Nov. 14, to celebrate the much-anticipated grand opening […]

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‘Tis the season to appreciate… hospitality workers

By Liz DiMarco Weinmann The professionals who run our romantic country inns, family-friendly motels, cozy coffee shops, creative restaurants, unique boutiques, state-of-the-art recreational facilities, and striking jewel-box arts venues are excited to welcome guests again, so this is a friendly […]

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Opinion

‘Roe-vember’

Prop. 5: Liberty and dignity, word for word By Liz DiMarco Weinmann Editor’s note: Liz DiMarco Weinmann, MBA, is principal and owner of Liz DiMarco Weinmann Consulting, L3C, based in Rutland, serving charitable and educational institutions.  As the deadline for […]

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100 years later, etiquette is still in style

By Liz DiMarco Weinmann As we navigate the return to in-person work, stricter dress codes, business travel and meals with clients, I’m hoping that the importance of being respectful to colleagues hasn’t disappeared entirely. But, considering the past few years […]

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Area nonprofits offer a new leaf on fun

By Liz DiMarco Weinmann If you’re the ringleader of an energetic family that has sampled every maple marvel known to humankind, plus scoped out more autumn selfie scenery than you ever could have imagined, you’re probably looking to, ahem, turn […]

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Column, Local News

Aim to age gratefully

By Liz DiMarco Weinmann My recent Mountain Times feature, “For Your Own Good, Have a Plan,” prompted a bemused request from friends over 70 who are socially active, engaged in community causes, and grateful to be traveling again: “So, what’s […]

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Column

For your own good, have a plan!

By Liz DiMarco Weinmann At this time of year, many people are heading to lakes, ponds, beaches, and pools, perhaps toting their mobile devices, and booting up a frothy beach read or two, or an intellectual nonfiction bestseller. If you’re […]

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