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DEERFIELD VALLEY — A former employee of Hermitage Club has filed a whistleblower complaint against the company's management. Robert Balewicz, former manager of the Hermitage Club's real estate … more
PUTNEY — "Congrats Dad," read a sign with an American flag drawn on it. Alejandra Mena waived the sign in the air. The 18-year-old was teary-eyed as she watched her father walk across the stage … more
WALPOLE, N.H. — It's been nearly a week since the Walpole Village Tavern closed its doors for good. On New Year's Eve, the tavern had its last hurrah. It is unclear as to why the tavern is … more
BURLINGTON — A Bellows Falls woman charged as part of a heroin distribution case in Windham County will remain in federal custody until at least Tuesday.The government wants Miranda Sevene, 23, … more
The steering wheel spins rapidly over to the right, all by itself, as the vehicle slowly backs into the parking space. It then starts cutting back to the left, perfectly judging the distance between … more
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Alan English is stepping down as publisher of New England Newspapers Inc. to pursue public service in a new sector as head of communications for the Military Officers Association of America. New England Newspapers Inc. President Fredric D. Rutberg will become president and publisher of the company’s four news titles, The Berkshire Eagle, Bennington (Vt.) Banner, Brattleboro (Vt.) Reformer and Manchester (Vt.) Journal, along with its magazines and niche publications. more
WILMINGTON — A spot historically known for hosting pizzerias is once again home to the doughy stuff. Scalia's Pizzeria will also be a home away from home for Sherry and Frank Cotrona, a … more
BROOKLINE — State fire investigators looked for an unaccounted-for occupant of a two-story log cabin at 45 Papoose Lane after a two-alarm fire destroyed the building early Sunday morning. "We … more
BRATTLEBORO — After being homeless for six months, Carmel Parker considered housing a big issue in the community. She commended Groundworks Collaborative for running the Drop In Center, a place … more
BURLINGTON — Dr. Steven Shapiro, Vermont's Chief Medical Examiner, has been placed on paid administrative leave by the state while it does an internal investigation, according to the … more
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