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VERNON — While state and federal regulators hash out the proposed details of Vermont Yankee decommissioning, Vernon's town planners have their eyes on the future.In new testimony filed with the state, Vernon Planning and Economic Development … more
MONTPELIER — One half of all Americans and nearly 40 percent of Vermonters live in communities without any child care or with so few providers there aren't enough slots, according to a Center for American Progress report released last week."We … more
Sept. 2- The Windham County Sheriff's Office arrested Yvonne. D. Shippee, 55, of Dummerston, for enabling consumption by a minor. A vehicle was stopped on Putney Landing Road in Putney for a motor vehicle violation. Subsequent investigation at the … more
Reformer StaffBRATTLEBORO — A significant project to improve the Gibson Aiken and Harris parking lots is about to get underway.The scope of the project includes replacing all pavement, installing new sidewalks and curbing, improved drainage … more
BRATTLEBORO — Bonnyvale Environmental Education Center 's Great Outdoors program for youth ages 11 to 18 will integrate digital photography into nature exploration and discovery through a collaboration between The In-Sight Photography … more
GREENFIELD, Mass. — Litter is seemingly everywhere and is a particular problem along the waterways where storm drains dump trash after rain storms. But did you realize there are much larger trash items lurking in or along our rivers?The … more
BRATTLEBORO — An accidental fire was started at the Molly Stark Motel on Route 9 Thursday.The fire started after a cat knocked over a candle that fell onto the couch, according to a fire investigation team determined that the fire had … more
BRATTLEBORO — Water from a pipe under Western Avenue can be seen dribbling onto Interstate 91. The water main, one of two that serves the town, broke in June but continues to run at full capacity. The steel pipe was rusted and "lost its … more
Sept. 4- At 7:04 p.m., members of the Vermont State Police responded to a residence on Route 30 in Townshend for a report of an assault between neighbors. Upon arrival, troopers attempted to speak with Kimberley A. Greene, 55, of Townshend, … more
TOWNSHEND — Changes are coming to Leland & Gray Union Middle and High School's classroom culture. "Overall, there's a real push for individual students to be more in control of their learning and we want the students to feel empowered to … more
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