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WASHINGTON — A sobering portrait of less-educated middle-age white Americans emerged Thursday with new research showing them dying disproportionately from what one expert calls "deaths of despair" — suicides, drug overdoses and … more
TOWNSHEND — As a parent of two Leland & Gray students, David McCormack is concerned about recent tests showing elevated radon levels at the middle and high school.But he's more concerned by the fact that administrators knew about the … more
BRATTLEBORO — Gov. Phil Scott announced late Thursday morning that he has selected Windham Superior Court Judge Karen Carroll to the Vermont Supreme Court. Scott selected Carroll from a pool of eight candidates, each nominated by Vermont's … more
BELLOWS FALLS — Central Elementary School will host its third annual Rockin'Ham 5K on Saturday, April 8.In a new twist this year, the 5K will begin and end at the Central School, 50 School Street Extension. Runners may register online at … more
RICHMOND, Va. — Shipping containers full of coal ash from China, Poland and India have come into the U.S. through the Port of Virginia as foreign companies find a market for the same industrial waste that America's utilities are struggling to … more
WHITINGHAM — At the first official meeting about starting a legal battle over the state's education funding formula, Brattleboro attorney James Valente told town and school officials in the Deerfield Valley that they would be asking the … more
WILLIAMSVILLE — Spring will be welcomed in Williamsville this year with the annual Newfane-Williamsville Talent Show on Saturday, April 1, at 7 p.m. in the Williamsville Hall, Dover Road, Williamsville.A decades-old tradition in the small … more
MIDDLEBURY — When Addison County writer Julia Alvarez was translating for Spanish-speaking migrant farmhands and their families a decade ago, she saw how locals and Latinos struggled to understand each other."Everyone was befuddled," she said … more
BRATTLEBORO — Residents' organic waste and recyclables will go their separate ways starting July 1, according to two town agreements related to curbside pickup."We think there's been really good teamwork around all of this," Town Manager Peter … more
FRIDAYFOOD & SHELTERBellows Falls Drop-In Center: Open Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-4 p.m., Our Place Drop-In Center, 4 Island St., Bellows Falls. 9-10:30 a.m., free breakfast; 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m., food pantry open, except during lunch; 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., … more
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