Ian Diamondstone

WWHT project needs better planning in the interest of Putney and its residents

The Windham-Windsor Housing Trust has helped a lot of people in need of affordable housing.

Our economy and lifestyles make it so that many people cannot afford the basic necessities of survival even when they are working more than 40 hours a week at minimum wage. In my opinion, this situation is only getting worse.

There are also those who simply cannot work and those who have worked their entire lives and need time, deserve time, to not be working.

The WWHT has had tremendous success buying properties and selling the house while maintaining rights to the property on which the home is built. Taxes are still paid, and someone gets an affordable home!...

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‘I understood why she felt the way she did, and I knew no one would ever change her’

A longtime employee of Dalem’s Chalet looks back on his long friendship with Ursula Dalem and grieves for the restaurant and lodge that she ran for 56 years

I was about 10 years old when I first encountered Mrs. Dalem. A few of us neighborhood kids - my little sister, Benny Weiner (the kid upstairs), and I - trekked through the wooded hillside from the playground behind the Academy School and found ourselves in what seemed like...

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