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November 17, 2019

The Montpelier Development Corporation's new executive director, Lisa Maxwell, officially started her role in Montpelier. She invites local stakeholders to swing by the MDC office at 15 State Street. 

She can be reached by email at director@mdc-vermont.com or phone at 9...

MONTPELIER — A revision of Montpelier’s tax stabilization policy has raised concerns about potential conflicts with the city’s newly created Tax Incremental Financing district.

The issue arose at a meeting of City Council Wednesday during discussion about revising the c...

MONTPELIER — Nutty Steph’s has embarked on an epic transition as a company that will include opening a new commercial and retail outlet in the Capital City.

The Middlesex-based granola and chocolate company — also noted for its Ceres on a Stick chocolate promo of a new...

July 18, 2019

The Montpelier Development Corporation (“MDC”) announced today that Lisa Maxwell has accepted the position of Executive Director for the organization. The MDC is an independent, non-profit entity that serves as the steward of the Economic Development Strategic Plan for...

MONTPELIER — The Capital City toasted the opening of the new Caledonia Spirits distillery at its grand public opening on Saturday.

As soon as the doors opened at 11 a.m., people started pouring into the 27,000-square-foot facility on 4.3 acres of land off Barre Street,...

MONTPELIER — Caledonia Spirits will be the toast of the town when it opens its doors to the public for the first time in the Capital City on Saturday.

Nearly two years in the making, the 27,000-square-foot facility on 4.3 acres of land off Barre Street marks an expansio...

April 26, 2019

MONTPELIER – Laura Gebhart, Montpelier Development Corporation’s (MDC) Executive Director announced her resignation this week. Gebhart is stepping down to take a field hockey coaching position at a Division I university in Rhode Island. Gebhart has a strong connection...

The Capital City Farmers Market will soon buzz with locals buying cherry tomatoes, honey, and goat cheese, all while inhaling the mouth-watering smells of hot enchiladas and spanakopita. Even more excited than the humans are the collies, spaniels, Labradors, and more,...

April 4, 2019

Ask any business owner in town: It’s pretty awesome to own a business in downtown Montpelier. We have great customers like you who shop locally and a supportive mix of fellow business owners (old and new) who are all in it together. It’s a true community.

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