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Our newsletter is the best resource for information about real estate, our local area, and current topics that impact you. Each month you will find stories of local interest, an events calendar, local real estate listings, featured properties for sale . . . and occasionally a delicious recipe.



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  • February 2021 - Starting off the New Year with stories about Vermont's smoke/fire and carbon monoxide rules, local emergency services, Weston's Pop-Up University and a summary of home ownership equity in 2020.

  • December 2020 - Wrapping up 2020 (what a year!!!!!) with real estate market updates and information on local food pantries, bow-tying tips, and more.

  • October/November 2020 - Home improvement advice, Peru's community skating rink, Thrifty Attic news, cybersecurity tips, and a recipe for my favorite curried butternut squash bisque.

  • August/September 2020 - Stories include: Census 2020 Needs Vacation-Home Owners to Participate, Route 11 construction project update, 9 simple ways to organize, the Weston Playhouse's summer 2020 reimagined, and a recipe for an absolutely delicious blueberry cobbler.

  • June/July 2020 - Buying and selling real estate in the "Time of COVID," local farmer's market guidelines, limiting single-use plastics, and introducing MMMRE's newest sales agent Chuck Sweetman.

  • April 2020 - COVID 19 update: Good News x 3 from Vermont

  • April/May 2020 - COVID in Vermont, COVID resources, local stores and restaurants offer take-out and curbside service, Quarantine Cocktail Recipes (let's have a laugh!), and a long list on on-line education and entertainment opportunities for children of all ages (including adults!).

  • April 2020 - COVID 19 Update: The View from Vermont

  • February/March 2020 - Introducing Weston's Pop-Up University with fun courses through March, Vermont's mandatory home heating tank rules, Londonderry Rescue purchased new ambulance, Indian food at the Weston Marketplace

  • December/January 2019 - local hunger relief efforts, recipe for festive cranberry salsa, 2019 local sales summary and a recap of the past year.

  • April/May 2019 - Information about the West River Trail, announcing the 2019 Weston Playhouse schedule, Weston's Little School, and electronics recycling event.

  • February 2019 - Town Meeting Day encouragement, Nature Conservancy to Protect Glebe Mountain, and Weston Playhouse's New Musical Award (and free concert).

  • December 2018 - wrapping up 2018 with real estate market updates and information on local food pantries and upcoming holiday events.

  • November 2018 - featuring information on Holiday Shopping, Architectural Styles, and Vermont's Freedom & Unity movie.

  • September 2018 - stories on National Disaster Preparedness Month, Vermont's "Antiquing Weekend", Weston's Colonial Craft Day, and Independent Television Festival in Manchester

  • July 2018 - with a real estate market update for the first half of 2018 and stories on live music venues and offerings for the summer.

  • May/June 2018 - highlighting the June 2018 REALTOR food drive, new transfer station hours and semi-annual electronics recycling, and the Weston Playhouse's 2018 summer lineup! 

  • March/April 2018 - this issue includes information on spring gardening tips for colder climates and an article (and a recipe) in celebration of Vermont's maple sugaring traditions.

  • February 2018 - Mary Mitchell Miller Real Estate earns GREEN designation from National Association of REALTORS, a local real estate market report, Weston's new musical theater award and more.

  • January 2018 - stories include information about Weston's new Winter Farmers Market and the 15th annual Woodchuck Festival, plus a full calendar of local winter events.

  • December 2017 - winding up the year with information about the Weston Playhouses 2018 season, local food pantries needs and a summary of our firm's real estate transactions.

  • November 2017 - featuring stories on Christmas in Weston, Fall and Winter seasonal maintenance tips, the World Cup races at Killington and a recipe for my take on the Old Fashioned cocktail.

  • October 2017 - stories include an update on the Equifax data breach and its impact on Vermonters, Cyber Security update, and a chart showing which apples are best for cooking, pies, etc.

  • August/September 2017 - this issue includes stories on the new transfer station rules (i.e., The Dump) and two new Frisbee disc golf courses in the area.

  • July 2017 - featuring stories about home improvements scams (and how to avoid them) and my recipe for Sticky Glazed Chicken Wings.

  • June 2017 - highlighting information about summer activities (with an extended events calendar), farmers' market schedules and more.

  • May 2017 - with stories about summer road construction, new local composting requirements (soon to be mandatory).

  • April 2017 - this issue highlights Vermont's Green Up Day, electronics recycling, and tips on how to remove stains from walls before you (re)paint.

  • March 2017 - featuring stories about maple sugaring (the grading system), land for sale and two recipes with maple syrup.

  • February 2017 - this issue features stories about Vermont's wood stove change out program (with financial incentives), home improvements with the lowest return-on-investment (ROI), and a statistical snapshot of Vermont's real estate market.

  • January 2017 - highlighting the Ski for Heat program and fundraiser, rescue squad volunteer day, an informative story about nanny-cams and reader favorites - the calendar of events and a delicious recipe!

  • December 2016 - with stories about our local food pantry's non-food needs, Magic Mountain Ski Area's new ownership, and a summary of area real estate sales. 

  • November 2016 - featuring information about local food cupboards and the Vermont Foodbank, Vermont's 5th Grade Passport to Skiing, and Christmas in Weston (December 3, 2016).

  • October 2016 - with an informative story about preventing banking/wire fraud, and the "Ask the Local Expert" lecture series at Weston's Memorial Library.

  • September 2016 - highlighting local prescription medicine "take-back" programs, orchards with pick-your-own apples and a fall maintenance checklist for homeowners.


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