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Brattleboro — Brattleboro Police got a call about possible gunshots and a possible burglary at 8:21 p.m. on Friday.The incident took place at 58 Elliot St. When police got to the scene there … more
BRATTLEBORO — Brooks Memorial Library is now accepting donations until Nov. 24 for the upcoming book sale to be held on Nov. 30, and Dec. 1 and 2.This is a "Like-New" book sale; books in good … more
POWNAL — Wallace Mattison doesn't consider his contribution to the Allied cause in World War II to have been anything special. Although he risked his life for the liberation of Europe, and was … more
MONTPELIER — The "Take 5" retail training video series, produced and distributed by the Vermont Farm to Plate Network, helps Vermont retail stores effectively source and merchandise more local food. The video series provides retailers with … more
WESTMINSTER — Teachers, administrators, counselors, family therapists, and nurses from throughout New England came to Kurn Hattin Homes for Children for the 26th Annual Fall Conference.The … more
ARTBellows Falls 3rd Friday: Artist Abby Miner will be at Cafe on The Square until 7 p.m.; Paintings by Marcie Maynard on display, 5 to 7 p.m., 33 Westminster St.; artist Fiona Morehouse and music … more
BELLOWS FALLS — The Bellows Falls Area Senior Center will host the Visiting Nurse Association Seasonal Flu Shot Clinic on Friday, Oct. 13, from 1 to 3 p.m. All adults, ages 18 and older, are … more
PUTNEY — Santa is returning to his rightful home in Putney.On Saturday, David Haversat, of Oxford, Conn., is officially opening the doors to a park that's been closed for the past three years. … more
Senior LunchTownshend: The community is invited to dinner at noon at the Townshend Church on Thursday, Sept. 21. Sponsored by Senior Solutions, the meal is prepared by Chef Stephanie of the Townshend Dam Diner. Suggested donation for people age 60 … more
PUTNEY — The Putney Town Democratic Committee already is preparing for the next election cycle, and it got a pep talk from Lt. Gov. David Zuckerman on Tuesday.Zuckerman, who woke up at 3:30 a.m. on Tuesday to pick his crops before the long … more
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