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Gathering in Solidarity to stand up for change

BRATTLEBORO — Pussy hats, signs, families with children and dogs, couples and friends overflowed from Pliny Park onto Main and High streets Saturday.They held their signs high, donned their …
US not ready to thwart election interference

The results of a special counsel's investigation into Russia's involvement in the 2016 election will not be known for some time, but one fact is well established: The regime of Vladimir Putin tried …

Time to Green Up Vermont's public access laws

The missiles of 2018

Despite DOJ's proclamation, legalization is the right thing to do

Letter: Your Thanks

Editor of the Reformer:I wanted to begin by saying Thank you Brattleboro!! The past 8 months or so, Brattleboro residents have donated literally hundreds of shoes, that are now being worn by children …

Letter: A pitch and a rant

Letter: We need more Norwegians

Letter: Make the Brattleboro station more inviting

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State mulling ideas to cut spending

MONTPELIER — As promised, Gov. Phil Scott has proposed significant changes to the state's education funding system. Most of the proposals, in a memo submitted to lawmakers, focuses on caps for …

Vermont House to vote on mid-year budget adjustment

Suspect dead after credit union robbery in Montpelier

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Rebels, Colonels host special events

BRATTLEBORO — In a pair of special events on the court, the Green Mountain varsity boys basketball team defeated host Leland & Gray 48-26 in a Hoops for Hope game on Friday in Townshend and …

Slaters pull away late, beat Colonels

BRATTLEBORO — With seven minutes to go in Friday's varsity boys basketball game at Brattleboro Union High School, Cam Coloutti began doing what he does best.Completing passes.The junior, who …

Rebels hold Hoops for Hope event

TOWNSHEND — With stands packed with fans on Thursday evening, and dozens of volunteers in house, the fourth annual Hoops for Hope event at Leland & Gray was once again a tremendous success. …

Hinsdale sweeps Mount Royal on court

HINSDALE, N.H. — The Hinsdale varsity basketball teams swept Mount Royal on Wednesday, with the Hinsdale boys prevailing 62-48 and the Lady Pacers winning 58-36."We had a complete game from …

Dear popcorn, we love you

Popcorn. One whiff and you have to have some. It goes hand-in-hand with ball games, parties and movies. October has been designated National Popcorn Poppin' Month — and this Friday, Jan. 19, is …

RSV - common, yet potentially dangerous childhood illness

It started out as a runny nose and a cough — typical cold symptoms.Then things took a turn for the worse.Courtney S. Martin noticed that her 19-month-old son, Calvin, was having coughing fits. …

'Locavore' is the word for 2018

Remember when Greek yogurt burst onto the scene and became an overnight sensation? Every year, food trends emerge from fine to casual dining, and even in the kitchen at home. For 2018, several …

Thom Smith | NatureWatch: Winter activity around bird feeders abounds

Q: Just saw [at] 10 a.m. at my feeder a new bird — sparrow/junco-sized; light gray body, darker gray wings, a pink, not red cap and a straight pointy beak. I looked online and in my field …

Art reception: Nancy Detra

The Gallery 34 January artist is Nancy Detra with "View from Above." Reception on Friday, Jan.19,  5 to 7 p.m. at 34 Main St., Brattleboro. Also at gallery, `Secret Lives of Shopkeepers'' …

Literary event: Michelle Blake

Introductory event: Literary Longings at hosts Writer in Residence with Michelle Blake author of three critically acclaimed novels, Sunday. 1 to 3 p.m. Putney Public Library, 55 Main St.The Putney …

Concert: A cappella

Tickets are on sale now for Brattleboro's 15th Annual Collegiate A Cappella Concert taking place at the Latchis Theatre, 50 Main St. on Feb. 3 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets $20-$50 at …

Exhibit: Brian Cohen

A show of illustrator, etcher, printmaker and water colorist Cohen's work at Main Street Arts, 35 Main St., Saxtons River, Jan. 16 to Feb. 23. A reception on Jan. 18, 5:30 to 7 p.m. Information at …
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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.


Andy's Journey: The Struggles Through ALS

2018 Winter Games

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