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MONTPELIER — Supporters of a bill vetoed by Republican Gov. Phil Scott that would have legalized marijuana in Vermont said Thursday that they are hopeful that a compromise on the legislation can be reached next month, but lawmakers aren't so … more
The Associated PressWASHINGTON — Republicans senators conceded Thursday that a scathing analysis of the House GOP health care bill had complicated their effort to dismantle President Barack Obama's health care law."It makes everything harder … more
WILMINGTON — Act 46 shouldn't send shock waves to the two school districts that make up Twin Valley."It's our opinion that they are encouraging other towns to do what Wilmington and Whitingham have already done," Twin Valley School Board … more
BELLOWS FALLS — The "best summer ever" is right around the corner and Meeting Waters YMCA is offering a variety of camps to make sure kids and teens in southeastern Vermont and the Fall Mountain region are adventurous, active and healthy this … more
BRATTLEBORO — When Orly Munzing started this town's Strolling of the Heifers in 2002, she hoped marching a herd of cows up Main Street would, by cultivating interest, help farmers.When Munzing added the annual Slow Living Summit in 2011, she … more
May 2- The Brattleboro Police Department responded to reports of two vehicles driving recklessly through the town. Subsequent investigation led to Michael Greco, 45, of Jamaica, being cited with negligent operation of a motor vehicle.May 4- The … more
BRATTLEBORO — Operations are smoother and employees are more spread out after Back Roads Food Co. took more space in the Cotton Mill for its granola production."It's kind of an ongoing process," said Coral Vogel, marketing director. "We're … more
FridayWilmingtonWilmington Board of Listers: Special meeting, 3 p.m. in the Listers office on the second floor of the Town Offices. Pettee Memorial Library Board of Trustees: Special meeting, 6 p.m., at 16 South Main Street in Wilmington.The … more
The Reformer publishes calendar submissions as a courtesy on a first-come, first served basis. Calendar submissions must be limited to the bare facts. Submit calendar listings to news@reformer.com at least a week ahead of the date of publication. … more
JAMAICA — Alex and Dean Fraser claim that they're not pros in any one thing."That's our whole philosophy," Alex said. "And that's what a general store is, the one-stop shop. more
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