— In an article Thursday about a tiny house being built by Norwich University students, we incorrectly reported the amount of a grant from TD Bank toward the project. It was $200,000.

— In articles April 27 and May 2 about the former Food Works’ Two Rivers Center in Montpelier, we incorrectly stated that an 1836 Greek Revival building on the property was the former homestead of Montpelier founder Col. Jacob Davis. Although Davis originally owned the property, it is believed the house was built by subsequent property owner Burrage Dimmick, according to the National Register of Historic Places.

— An item that appeared in Thursday’s Talk of the Town column inaccurately indicated that the Twin Valley Senior Center would be hosting its annual Perennial Plant Sale and Flea Market this Saturday. The event is actually scheduled for Saturday, May 11, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

We apologize for the errors.

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