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Marlboro College: Eyeing financial, enrollment woes

BRATTLEBORO — Marlboro College expects a n operating deficit this year of $3 million to $4 million, according to college President Kevin Quigley.But Quigley, who has been president of the …
Retaliatory tariffs could result in worldwide decline in economic activities.

Any turmoil brought about by a country's unilateral, domestically oriented action will not be limited to the items subject to such measures. Protectionist policies will hurt free trade and …

To deal with Kim, Trump must be less like Trump

Another View: Cohn did a good job. But who would take his place?

Editorial: Don't wait for the White House

Letter: Hope for the future

Editor of the Reformer:Today (March 14) was one of the most heartening days since election day, 2016. We, the caring and thoughtful people of this country, are under assault by a federal government …

Letter: Follow their courageous lead

Letter: Where are the students?

Letter: Town Meeting Reps needed

Vermont Digger
Nigerians admit wire fraud charge for info on tax returns for state workers

RUTLAND — Two Nigerians, implicated in a conspiracy last year to file fraudulent tax returns with stolen personal identification information from 100s of state of Vermont employees and other …

Pot odor bill doesn't survive crossover in Vermont Legislature

Cancel F-35 basing, Burlington voters advise

Concert: Sam Amidon

At The Stone Church on March 29, 7:30 to 10:30 p.m., joined by psych-jazz musician and songwriter Sam Gendel, all of Vermont. 210 Main St., Brattleboro. $17 to $23. Information and tickets at …

Forum: Will Forchion

Puppetry: Bread & Puppet

Concert: Windham Orchestra

Local sports

Twin Valley athletes take home awards

WHITINGHAM — Josh Carpenter-O'Hearn received the Coaches Award and Logan Park was presented the Hustle Award during the varsity boys basketball portion of the Twin Valley Winter Sports Awards …

5 area seniors are VBCA All Stars

Reformer StaffBRATTLEBORO — The South should have a slight advantage inside during the final Vermont Basketball Coaches Association All-Star game on Saturday in Windsor, with a trio of 6-5 …

MVL Girls Basketball Teams 15 area players, 1 coach honored

Reformer StaffBRATTLEBORO — After leading the Bellows Falls varsity girls basketball team to a 16-5 record in his first season at the helm, Todd Wells was named a Marble Valley League C …

Lady Pacers voted team of the season

BRATTLEBORO — Since Dec. 8 of last year, the Lady Pacers have not lost.They have been unbeatable on the court and at the polling places, receiving 178 votes to earn Brattleboro Reformer Team of …

Make your March Madness party a SLAM DUNK with these dip recipes

March Madness is underway — and so are parties to watch as the 68 college Division I basketball teams battle their way to being in the Final Four.According to WalletHub, 17 million barrels of …

Superagers' youthful brains offer clues to keeping sharp

WASHINGTON — It's pretty extraordinary for people in their 80s and 90s to keep the same sharp memory as someone several decades younger, and now scientists are peeking into the brains of these …

Toast to St. Patrick's Day with these Guinness-inspired recipes

The math worked — Guinness beer is sold in four-can packs and there are four editors in the features department. No, we weren't planning an after-hours party, we were looking at food page ideas …

Thom Smith | NatureWatch: Do birds need to bathe during the winter?

Q: In the summer, watching birds clean their feathers is an everyday thing. Somewhere, I read that birds need to keep their plumage very clean in order to fly. I enjoy watching birds, but never see …
Teflon Town
Teflon Town: ChemFab's Toxic Legacy

Teflon Town: ChemFab's toxic legacy is a five-part series on the history of the company in Bennington and the impact of water contamination from the factories on local residents.

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