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BENNINGTON — Local musician Brian DeAngelo is passionate about bringing music to the Bennington Community, including this Saturday's performance of Brian Marsella's "iMAGiNARiUM: The Clocks Have Gone Mad," at Masonic Hall.DeAngelo and Marsella … more
SOUTH BURLINGTON — The Vermont Human Rights Commission says the state discriminated against a woman in psychiatric crisis when she was placed in the solitary confinement at a correctional facility instead of a psychiatric hospital.The … more
YORK, Maine — A shortage of school bus drivers this year has led some schools and bus companies in New England to push back the first day of classes, consolidate bus routes and offer sign-on bonuses and recruit veterans and custodians as … more
BRATTLEBORO — Tommy Cook, from Georgetown Mass., had been sick for a couple of weeks. He wasn't getting better. He turned yellow, said his grandmother, Cathy Murphy of Brattleboro, before he went to the hospital.On April 2, the lives of both … more
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Attorneys for the companies that insured Nathan Carman's ill-fated Chicken Pox are asking a federal judge to force Carman to answer questions about the day his boat sank with his mother on board as well as information on the … more
Kristopher Radder, kradder@reformer.comNEWFANE — A peaceful location on Route 30 became a scene of destruction after a driver in a Saab went off the road and slammed into a horse pasture before driving over an embankment, hitting a stop sign … more
Reformer StaffWINCHESTER, N.H. — Members of the New Hampshire Fish and Game crews are searching Pisgah State Park for a missing man on an all-terrain vehicle.According to N.H. Fish and Game, Daniel Gill, 77, of Tewksbury, called his wife at … more
WEST DOVER — Avoiding the Long John trail while skiing or snowboarding at Mount Snow is difficult, as it provides access to several other trails and offers some of the easiest terrain on the mountain."We normally have a lot of people in that … more
JAMAICA — With thoughts about developing a village water system, the town is accepting proposals for studies. "Everything in economic development has to be explored in order for the town to grow," Select Board member Joel Bluming said. "If … more
Patti Fortuna-Stannard was just a little bit nervous. She kept checking her phone as the hours ticked past 10 a.m. on Sept. 12, wondering when public television Italian cooking icon Mary Ann Esposito would be arriving at her family's business, … more
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