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Cask concern halts fuel move at Vermont Yankee

VERNON — An expensive, time-sensitive effort to move Vermont Yankee's spent fuel into sealed casks has come to a halt as officials investigate a potential problem with those …
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

Letters: Your Thanks

Editor of the ReformerThank you, Mocha Joes. House copies of the local and sometimes big city papers free to read. Artists touching up or creating new works. People conversing in English, Spanish and …

Letter: Proud of our youth

Letter: Park name should be changed

Letter: Gun culture can be reversed

Vermont Digger
Pot odor bill doesn't survive crossover in Vermont Legislature

MONTPELIER — The scent of marijuana isn't a public nuisance in Vermont — yet.A proposed bill in the House that would allow municipalities to pass "public nuisance" ordinances for problems …

Cancel F-35 basing, Burlington voters advise

Gun control: Scott says 'everything's on the table'

Photography: Juried exhibit

Vermont Center for Photography's juried group exhibition on exhibit for the month of March. 33 photographs selected by guest juror Shane Lavalette. On view through April 1. 49 Flat St., Brattleboro. …

Concert: Acoustic/electric

Concert: Donny McCaslin Quartet

Dance/Dinner: Salsa

Local sports

Little League signups are this week

Reformer StaffBRATTLEBORO — Brattleboro Little League baseball signups will take place this week at the American Legion, from 4:30-6 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.All players (new and …

Winter atop Vermont tennis rankings

BRATTLEBORO — During a January tournament in Burlington, Emelia Rae Winter, 13, became Vermont's Under-18 tennis champion. While she has been ranked No. 1 in Vermont in the United States Tennis …

12 area athletes earned a Brattleboro Bowl prize

BRATTLEBORO — A couple months before basketball fans began writing teams such as "Nova" and "Kansas" inside the champions box on their March Madness brackets, Brattleboro Union High School …

High School Basketball Top Vermont seniors to play March 24

Reformer StaffBRATTLEBORO — The Vermont Basketball Coaches Association Senior All Star Games will be held on Saturday, March 24 at Windsor High School. The Division 3-4 Girls game will lead off …

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 …

Stargazers: Mercury and Venus visible just after sunset

If you have a low horizon to your west, you may have already spotted a couple of bright "stars" appearing in that direction just after sunset. Well, those aren't stars, but planets.After many months …
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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