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BRATTLEBORO — Fire officials are urging the inclusion of a $950,000 aerial ladder truck in the budget, but Select Board members remain skeptical of the cost. "For me, I really have to look at … more
BRATTLEBORO — Long-time Reformer columnist Richard Davis will be reading from his new book, "Well Traveled Roads," today at noon at the River Garden on Main Street and on Thursday at 5 p.m. at … more
BRATTLEBORO — The Thompson House finished renovating its outdoor patio two weeks ago. After creating a "Save our Patio" petition last year to renovate the backyard, the elder care facility was able to meet its … more
ROCKINGHAM — Gary Fox is a well-known name throughout Windham County. From fighting for a sustainable and environmentally friendly economy as the executive director of Sustainable Valley Group, … more
BRATTLEBORO — With Harmony Lot upgrades almost finished, businesses can prepare to get back to business as usual. Assistant Town Manager Patrick Moreland said the project was initially expected to wrap up on Friday. He expects the work to end … more
BRATTLEBORO — On Thursday, Brattleboro community member Mamadou Bah was spirited away to Canada to avoid being deported to his native Guinea West Africa, from where he fled in 2002.Bah had been … more
SOUTH BURLINGTON — The Vermont Human Rights Commission says the state discriminated against a woman in psychiatric crisis when she was placed in the solitary confinement at a correctional facility instead of a psychiatric hospital.The … more
Ripton author and environmental activist Bill McKibben is known for nonfiction books prophesizing such calamities as "The End of Nature." So why does his debut novel, "Radio Free Vermont," bear a … more
Hate crime incidents reported by law enforcement agencies in Vermont tripled in 2016, according to statistics released Monday by the FBI.Vermont authorities reported 25 incidents last year compared … 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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