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Join WKVT's Chris Lenios and the Reformer's Chris Mays as they chat about local headlines.

GMMT: Emergency $20k needed for Brattleboro town pool

Host Chris Lenois and the Reformer's Chris Mays talk town pool budget drama in Brattleboro.

GMMT: Tuesday News Show for May 23

Host Chris Lenois and the Reformer's Chris Mays chat about the Wilmington fire chief's exit, a site visit at Saddle Ridge, the Brattleboro town pool and a parking study.

GMMT: Tuesday News Show for May 9

Host Chris Lenois and the Reformer's Chris Mays discuss Golden Tickets, roundabouts for Putney Road and the new Brattleboro energy coordinator.

GMMT: Money Problems for Vermont Yankee's Cleanup Partner's Project

Host Chris Lenois and Mike Faher discuss how the financial problems that forced Waste Control Specialists to walk away from a proposed high-level radioactive waste site could impact NorthStar's plans for Vermont Yankee's waste.

GMMT: Tuesday News show for May 2

Host Chris Lenois and Mike Faher discuss Gov. Phil Scott's visit to Brattleboro; the Vermed medical device company's announcement that it will close its Bellows Falls plant and how the financial troubles of Waste Control Specialists impact the closure of

GMMT: Tuesday News Show for April 25

Topics discussed on this week's show include: Lt. Gov Zuckerman's visit to Brattleboro, the West Brattleboro Fire Station ribbon cutting and the Bradley House project moving forward.

GMMT: West Brattleboro Fire opens under budget

Get a look inside the newly completed (and under budget) West Brattleboro Fire Station with Chris Lenois and the Reformer's Chris Mays.

GMMT: Tuesday News Show for April 11

Host Chris Lenois and The Reformer's Chris Mays discuss the rule revisions under consideration by the Brattleboro Selectmen, a plastic bag ban and the Twin Valley School Budget revote.

GMMT: Tuesday News Show for April 4

Host Chris Lenois and VtDigger's Mike Faher talk about the latest happenings with the Vermont Yankee sale.

GMMT: Vermont spars with Entergy over contamination

Chris Lenois and Mike Faher break down the state’s beef with a non-radiological contamination report from Entergy.

GMMT: Tuesday News Show for March 28

This week's topics include Brattleboro Representative Town Meeting Round-Up; new select board sworn in; Twin Valley getting set to sue the state; WSWMD compost/recycling decisions and a rally for migrant justice.

GMMT: O'Connor to lead Brattleboro Select Board

Chris Lenois and The Reformer's Chris Mays look at how Brattleboro’s new select board positions shook out at Monday’s meeting.

GMMT: Tuesday News Show for March 21

Chris Lenois and Chris Mays break down last year's town meeting directive to the Finance Committee to establish a living wage for select board members to make the position accessible to full-time workers, and while no precedents have been set in surroundi

GMMT: Big raise for Brattleboro Select Board to come up at town meeting

Chris Lenois and Chris Mays break down last year's town meeting directive to the Finance Committee to establish a living wage for select board members to make the position accessible to full-time workers.

GMMT: Tuesday News Show for Feb. 28

Chris Lenois and Mike Faher discuss the latest headlines, including the rise of telemedicine and Vernon's second failed attempt to leave Brattleboro Union High School District No. 6.

GMMT: Tuesday News Show for Feb. 21

Get all the details on the Windham Solid Waste Management District's plans for its material waste facility as Chris Lenois and Chris Mays discuss the latest headlines.

GMMT: Huge Fire Shuts Down Putney Road (Feb. 21)

Footage from Tuesday's massive warehouse fire just behind Dunkin Donuts that closed sections of Putney Road for several hours as firefighters from seven area departments worked to bring the blaze under control.

GMMT: Brattleboro Town Meeting Warning 'Misleading'

A look at why Brattleboro officials are warning area taxpayers that the Town Meeting Warning for the school budget is 'misleading.'

GMMT: Tuesday News Show for Feb. 8

Join WKVT's Chris Lenois and the Reformer's Chris May as they dive into why officials are warning area taxpayers that the Town Meeting Warning for the school budget is 'misleading.'

GMMT: Marlboro Testifies on Act 46

Join WKVT's Chris Lenois (@WKVT1490AM) and VTDigger/Commons/Reformer reporter Mike Faher (@MikeFaher) as they break down the testimony provided by members of the Marlboro School Board about the town's troubles conforming to Act 46 .

GMMT: Tuesday News Show for Jan. 24

Join WKVT's Chris Lenois (@WKVT1490AM) and the Brattleboro Reformer's Chris Mays as they discuss recent budget decisions by the Brattleboro Select Board and the Creamery Bridge revenue debate.

GMMT: Tuesday news show for Jan. 17

Join WKVT's Chris Lenois (@WKVT1490AM) and VTDigger's/the Commons'/the Reformer's Mike Faher (@MikeFaher) as they break down the intricacies of Dummerston's upcoming revote to let Vernon out of WSESU

GMMT: New Complications in Dummerston Revote

GMMJoin WKVT's Chris Lenois (@WKVT1490AM) and VTDigger's/the Commons'/the Reformer's Mike Faher (@MikeFaher) as they break down the intricacies of Dummerston's upcoming revote to let Vernon out of WSESU T: New Complications in Dummerston Revote

GMMT: Feds sue local company Sonnax

Join WKVT's Chris Lenois and VTDigger's/The Commons'/The Reformer's Mike Faher as they go over the details of the Dept of Labor's lawsuit against the founders of the Bellows Falls company Sonnax for allegedly overvaluing the company by millions when they

GMMT: Tuesday News Show for Jan. 10

Join WKVT's Chris Lenois and VTDigger's/The Commons'/The Reformer's Mike Faher as they go over the headlines for Jan. 10

GMMT: Tuesday News Show for Jan. 3, 2017

Join WKVT's Chris Lenios and the Reformer's Chris Mays as they break down local headlines.

GMMT: Concern for Animals at Retreat Farm

Chris Lenois and Mike Faher discuss the latest headlines, including the rise of telemedicine and Vernon's second failed attempt to leave Brattleboro Union High School District No. 6.


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