• 90 years and counting - 07/22/2016 08:26 PM EDT
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    (Kristopher Radder Reformer Staff)
    New security coming to Windham County courthouses

    Securitas USA takes over from Windham County Sheriff's Office
    07/27/2016 09:25 PM EDT
    BRATTLEBORO >> Securitas USA will be providing security to local courthouses after an agreement could not be struck with the Windham County Sheriff's Office. 
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    Brattleboro hosts JerkFest Aug. 5, 6
    07/27/2016 09:25 PM EDT - BRATTLEBORO >> "Eat, Drink and Be Irie" at Vermont JerkFest, Vermont's 2nd annual jerk food festival on Aug. Full Story

    Brattleboro to host 'Road Pitch' on Aug. 2
    07/27/2016 09:24 PM EDT - BRATTLEBORO >> For the third consecutive year, FreshTracks Road Pitch will take place during the first week in August. Full Story

    Stratton ramps up concert series
    07/27/2016 09:24 PM EDT - STRATTON >> A mountain known for its skiing and snowboarding is turning into a destination for music enthusiasts. Full Story

    Brattleboro's Emma Davis receives Jezer Journalism Award
    07/27/2016 07:04 AM EDT - BRATTLEBORO — Emma Davis knew her name was on the list for Senior Awards Night at Brattleboro Union High School but not why. Full Story

    Windham County assistant judge cited with violating code of ethics
    07/27/2016 07:05 AM EDT - BRATTLEBORO — An assistant judge in Windham County was investigated by the Vermont Judicial Board for failing to establish, maintain and enforce the high standards expected of his elected position "so that the integrity and independence of the judiciary will be preserved. Full Story

    Police Log
    07/26/2016 09:22 PM EDT - July 25 • At 11:15 a.m., the Vermont State Police responded to the report of a burglary on Augur Hole Road in Marlboro. Full Story

    SEVCA asks for housing donations
    07/26/2016 09:22 PM EDT - WESTMINSTER >> announced a special appeal to the public for donations to its housing assistance fund, which is used to help homeless families and individuals obtain housing and to keep those at risk of homelessness in their homes. Full Story

    Westminster Army National Guard solar project approved by PSB
    07/27/2016 07:05 AM EDT - WESTMINSTER — A 1.8 megawatt solar array to power the Vermont Army National Guard facility in Westminster was approved July 22 by the Vermont Public Service Board. Full Story

    Brattleboro woman pleads guilty to heroin charge, gets 42 months in prison
    07/26/2016 09:26 PM EDT - BRATTLEBORO >> A local woman and her son were sentenced to 42 and 60 months, respectively, in prison after pleading guilty to a charge of distributing heroin. Full Story

    ( Jordan Strauss )
    Kristen Stewart opens up about her girlfriend, her sexuality and being in love

    Kristen Stewart, previously linked to her 'Twilight' co-star Robert Pattinson, said she's more comfortable being public about her romantic life now that she's dating a woman.