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    Keene probes weekend melee

    KEENE, N.H. -- Local police in New Hampshire are setting up a task force to investigate violent disturbances near Keene's annual pumpkin festival that led to property damage, dozens of arrests and many injuries over the weekend. Full Story
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    Shumlin says IBM plant to stay in Vermont under sale

    BURLINGTON -- The plan by IBM to pay a company to take over its microelectronics operation, including its plant in Essex Junction, is good news for Vermont because the company that hopes to buy it is a leader in the computer chip manufacturing industry, Gov. Peter Shumlin said Monday. Full Story
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    Sam Amidon and band in concert

    PUTNEY -- It is not surprising that an offspring of Brattleboro's area wellknown musical duo Peter and Mary Alice Amidon branched off to find his own musical path. To date, Sam Amidon has now released his sixth studio album, this one named "Lily-O." Full Story
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    Wildcats, BF stickers earn first-round byes

    BRATTLEBORO -- Invaincu. Talentueux. Inebranlable. Those are three options for the French when describing the 2014 Twin Valley boys booters and Bellows Falls stickers. Full Story
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    Our Opinion: 'A black eye'

    Over the past 23 years, Keene, N.H., has tried its hardest to develop its annual Pumpkin Festival into a family-friendly event attracting people from around the world. Full Story
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    Sam Amidon and band in concert

    PUTNEY -- It is not surprising that an offspring of Brattleboro's area wellknown musical duo Peter and Mary Alice Amidon branched off to find his own musical path. To date, Sam Amidon has now released his sixth studio album, this one named "Lily-O." Full Story
    Convicted murderer sues state over prison porn ban

    HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — A convicted murderer sentenced to more than a half-century behind bars is suing the state of Connecticut, saying its ban on pornography in prison violates his constitutional rights. Full Story
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    Museum shows Louis Armstrong photos by friend

    NEW YORK (AP) — Louis Armstrong sometimes referred to Jack Bradley as his "white son," inviting him to private rehearsals, recording sessions, on the road, his dressing room and home. Full Story
     
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    Friday May 10, 2013 BRATTLEBORO -- At a press conference held by Brattleboro Union High School students, a disturbing statistic was read: There were approximately 81 homeless veterans in Vermont in 2011.   Full Story
     
    Jacksonville couple opens garden design center
    Friday May 10, 2013 WILMINGTON -- Local Jacksonville couple Ken and Carol Hartman have just opened their new garden center. Full Story

    Friday May 10, 2013 WILMINGTON -- The Selectboard was given a report that encouraged restoring vibrancy in the downtown village.   Full Story
     
     
    Friday May 10, 2013 DOVER -- Things are happening quickly for the new Town Park that will be located on Country Club Road, between the Dover Forge restaurant and 7-11 off Route 100.   Full Story
     
     
     
    Jacksonville couple opens garden design center

    Friday May 10, 2013 WILMINGTON -- Local Jacksonville couple Ken and Carol Hartman have just opened their new garden center. Full Story
    Wilmington revitalization: Selectboard offers matching funds

    Friday May 10, 2013 WILMINGTON -- The Selectboard was given a report that encouraged restoring vibrancy in the downtown village. Full Story
    Wilmington revitalization: Selectboard offers matching funds

    Friday May 10, 2013 WILMINGTON -- The Selectboard was given a report that encouraged restoring vibrancy in the downtown village. Full Story