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Inspire Space gains tenant

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North Lennox, founder and CEO of Greenbanc, works in his open-concept office at GMP's Inspire Space. (Photo by Tom Marble)

Nearly a year and a half after moving his business from New York to Vermont, North Lennox succeeded in elevating his company to the pinnacle of Vermont business standards. In late November, Greenbanc, whose mission is to help homeowners invest…

At Mazza’s, it’s easy as pie

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Sam Mazza's Farm Market was filled to the brim with pies the Wednesday before Thanksgiving. (Photo by Michaela Halnon)

It was noontime on Wednesday, just hours before Thanksgiving, and the stacks of pies at Sam Mazza’s Farm Market in Colchester were just beginning to look manageable. The third-generation shop took more than 300 orders for about 1,500 pies this…

Suspect in car theft arrested

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Colchester police arrested a transient man for burglary and operating a vehicle without the owner’s consent last Thursday afternoon. Shortly after 1 p.m. on Thanksgiving, a female resident of Ira Allen Court in Colchester reported she witnessed an unknown male…

Sports

Girls soccer falls in overtime thriller

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Maddie Finelli skies for a header in front of Burr and Burton's goalkeeper last Saturday's state finals game at Burlington High School. (Photo by Colin Flanders)

Eighty minutes weren’t enough. Neither were 95. Slowly, as the sun peeked through gray clouds last Saturday afternoon, the Division I girls soccer state championships neared its final moments. Defenders flicked corner kicks away from the box. Slivers of open net closed instantly by goalies’ instinct. It was a game that seemed like it’d never…

Wrestling returns to CHS

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Paging all wrestlers: Colchester High School wrestling is back in action. Two years after the sport lost its varsity status due to low participation, the Colchester youth wresling program is putting the team on its back, funding the varsity team’s first season with the district building it into its budget in the coming years, Lavoie…