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BRATTLEBORO — All Brown Bag Lunch events take place from noon to 1 p.m. at the Robert H Gibson River Garden, 157 Main St., and are free and open to the public. O n Wednesday, Peg Alden speaks about how a small group of local activists has … more
BRATTLEBORO — The September Climate Change Caf will present "Grieving for Our Planet in the Age of Climate Change," on Tuesday, Sept. 26, at 6 p.m. at Brooks Memorial Library.As always, the event is free, and light refreshments will be … more
@benningtonbanner.comBENNINGTON — The $53 million Putnam Block project moved a giant step forward on Monday, when the 4-acre downtown site was sold, clearing the way for the first phase of a major redevelopment initiative.The former Hotel … more
Editor of the Reformer:At the end of Harmony Birch's article interviewing Nick Kiel, the son of Jack Kiel, who created the McGruff the Crime Dog character, she refers (three times), to the elder Mr. Kiel's association with "Dick Cabot." I assumed … more
Editor of the Reformer:Just want to give a high five for Ms. Balint's excellent, thoughtful, and even helpful article, "Red Meat and Scapegoats," on Sept. 15. This was written with a calm understanding of the issues, and a perceived desire to … more
Editor of the Reformer:Maintaining and improving Brattleboro for the future means cooperation among many of us wearing many hats — as citizens, business owners, consumers, residents, elected officials, and simply human beings, we make choices … more
BRATTLEBORO — The Bellows Falls varsity football team will be seeking its eighth consecutive victory over Springfield in the 52nd annual Trophy Game on Friday night at 7.The Terriers now have a 55-42 record against the Cosmos in the series … more
Week 2 was tough on tight ends in fantasy football as five big names suffered injuries — none bigger than Greg Olsen of the Panthers breaking his right foot.Olsen is expected to miss about six to eight weeks after having surgery on Monday. Rob … more
JOLIET, Ill. — Kevin Harvick considered the list of young drivers often suggested as NASCAR's next big stars and replacements for departed veterans Jeff Gordon, Tony Stewart and Dale Earnhardt Jr. He suggested that only one prospect could … 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
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