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BRATTLEBORO — With a lawsuit behind developers and grants in hand, building and renovations at the Bradley House can begin."This has been a long time coming," Assistant Town Manager Patrick Moreland said Tuesday of the Bradley House … more
PUTNEY — How does a children's picture book get made?Students in pre-kindergarten to grade three at Putney Central School had the opportunity to find out when author Jamie Scanlon and illustrator Ellen Tumavicus talked about their book, "Ralph … more
WESTMINSTER — John Ragonese uses three words — lengthy, complicated and expensive — to describe the federal government's licensing process for hydroelectric dams.But he is promising that Great River Hydro, the new owner of the … more
BRATTLEBORO — The Brattleboro Police Department is warning people with dogs that leaving canines in motor vehicles in warmer weather is a serious concern for many. Leaving windows cracked, parking in the shade and leaving water in the vehicle … more
MONTPELIER — A legal-marijuana plan has resurfaced and passed the state Senate on a 21-9 vote on Friday, though it's highly unlikely the House will follow suit this year.On Wednesday, Senate Democrats revealed they will insert the entirety of … more
BRATTLEBORO — It's official.The town will now recognize Indigenous Peoples' Day on the second Monday in October in place of Columbus Day. "It's a small thing but it's highly symbolic for Brattleboro to make this move forward," said Rich … more
WILMINGTON — With an eye to minimizing potential flood damage, a design for a ramp on the downtown footbridge has gotten the OK from the Development Review Board."We originally started this back in June of 2016 and the board finally closed it … more
BRATTLEBORO — A local man was indicted last month for illegally possessing a firearm and is being held.Tyrone J. Byrd, 40, of Brattleboro, was stopped on Canal Street on Oct. 5, 2016, when an officer with the Brattleboro Police Department … more
BRATTLEBORO — Back nearly six decades, the new Interstate 91 rolling its way north from the state's southern border was part of, in the words of Vermont Life magazine, "the largest public works program ever attempted on earth, some 30 times … more
WILMINGTON — A federal investigation led to the second arrest and conviction of a local man for having child pornography.Donald Ray Boles, 59, of Wilmington, was sentenced Monday to serve 10 years in federal prison after he was convicted at … more
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