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Gov. Scott pushes family leave proposal at chamber lunch

BRATTLEBORO — Gov. Phil Scott took his legislative fight for a more modest two-state family leave project to the Brattleboro Area Chamber of Commerce's annual governor's luncheon …

Do you know this man? Photo provided by Brattleboro PoliceBrattleboro Police are looking for help in identifying the man in this photograph. He is a suspect in numerous retail thefts from area grocery stores. If you are …
Vt. governor urged to push NH on Vilas Bridge BRATTLEBORO — Gov. Phil Scott said Wednesday he would "have a conversation" with New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu about the closed Vilas Bridge between Bellows Falls and North Walpole, N.H.The …
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Former BPD officer denies involvement with drug dealer BRATTLEBORO — A former Brattleboro police officer who left the department late last year is proclaiming his innocence after the Windham County State's Attorney's Office sent a letter to defense …
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Getting to the root of the problem BRATTLEBORO — For nearly a decade, the United Way of Windham County has held an annual Adult Dental Care Day during which Windham County residents who have no way of paying for care could get …

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Brattleboro girls lax team tramples Hartford

BRATTLEBORO — Brattleboro defenders Lauryn Sargent, Lucy Szpila, Sam Martin, Amelia Glickman and Grace Szpila combined with goalie Eliya Petrie to shut Hartford down in a 15-4 varsity girls …

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BOSTON (AP) — The defending World Series champion Boston Red Sox hadn't had a lopsided victory yet this season. Their win over Detroit on Wednesday night gave them a chance to relax.J.D. …
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Leland & Gray softball team trounces Presidents LUDLOW — The Leland & Gray varsity softball team drew 20 walks and pounded out 23 hits during a 41-2 rout of Black River on Monday.Erin Cutts went 6-for-6, including three doubles, and …
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This hearty, easy-to-make soup is a staple in kitchens of Portuguese communities

Being raised in the New Jersey suburbs of New York City during the '50s and '60s, I never ate kale. It wasn't that I didn't like it, I simply wasn't aware of its existence. It was only after my …

Arts & Entertainment Briefs BELLOWS FALLSVermont author launching new bookVillage Square Booksellers, 32 Square, welcomes Vermont author Elayne Clift who will launch her newest book, "Around the World in Fifty Years: Travel …
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Teflon Town: ChemFab's toxic legacy

Teflon Town: ChemFab's toxic legacy is a five-part series on the history of the company in Bennington and the impact of water contamination from the factories on local residents.


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