• Police log - 05/02/2016 10:37 PM EDT
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    Police log

    05/02/2016 10:37 PM EDT
    April 4 • The Brattleboro Police Department received a report of at least two thefts from a local grocery store. 
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    Bowl for Kids' Sake benefit set for May 7
    05/02/2016 10:33 PM EDT - BRATTLEBORO >> Bowl for Kids' Sake is scheduled for May 7 from 9 a. Full Story

    Miller family members express optimism for new owners
    05/02/2016 10:32 PM EDT - Although he's more aware than most of the challenges to be faced, Mark Miller expressed optimism Monday over the return of the Brattleboro Reformer and its sister newspapers to local ownership. Full Story

    To our readers: The Reformer and our commitment to you
    05/02/2016 10:30 PM EDT - Dear Reader: This is the first edition of the Brattleboro Reformer that has been published by local owners in more than 20 years. Full Story

    The Marina Plunge 2016: Jumping to fight cancer
    05/02/2016 10:30 PM EDT - BRATTLEBORO >> The Marina Restaurant Plunge is always a good time and it's always for a good cause. Full Story

    To our readers: As we plan our future, let us do it together
    05/02/2016 10:30 PM EDT - To our readers: Today marks the start of a new day here at the Brattleboro Reformer. Full Story

    Vermont Supreme Court denies Brattleboro petition appeal
    05/02/2016 01:27 PM EDT - BRATTLEBORO >> The Vermont Supreme Court affirmed a lower court's ruling that the Brattleboro Select Board did not interfere in an attempt to amend the Town Charter. Full Story

    Hermitage Club responds to developmental impact concerns
    05/02/2016 07:20 AM EDT - WILMINGTON — While waiting on another hearing date to be set up, the Hermitage Club responded to concerns about its master plan from the Windham Regional Commission. Full Story

    Slow Living Summit participants talk politics and profits
    05/02/2016 07:20 AM EDT - When Gardener's Supply Company founder Will Raap agreed to speak at this weekend's Slow Living Summit, he hoped to come and congratulate the state Legislature for legalizing marijuana, a step he has promoted as a member of the Vermont Cannabis Collaborative. Full Story

    Boards hear suggestions, disapproval on Rockingham merger
    05/02/2016 07:21 AM EDT - ROCKINGHAM — Most of those attending public hearings on Saturday spoke out against a proposed merger of the Town and the Village of Bellows Falls, which would cause a property tax increase of . Full Story