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It may not be 'curtains' for 'Cabaret' just yet

BELLOWS FALLS — Work started Friday on dismantling Main Street Arts' "Cabaret" set and stage, but the work was mysteriously put on hold. A planned demonstration outside the Rockingham Town …

Barnes: Member group had 'insider status' BURLINGTON — Hermitage Club founder Jim Barnes claims the bankruptcy sale of his companies' assets can be appealed due to the "insider status" of the new owners. In a federal civil court …
Photos: Dancing in the park BRATTLEBORO — Henry Wolf and Helen Webb practice at the Common during a recent Brattleboro School of Dance class.
Halifax gives remote access another chance HALIFAX — After a formal complaint to the state and calls from the community to provide remote access to meetings given coronavirus concerns, the Select Board will give it another try. At …
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Construction worker faces attempted murder charge BRATTLEBORO — A construction worker from Mississippi faces attempted murder charges after he allegedly shot a fellow worker, also from Mississippi, in the parking lot of the Econolodge Motel …
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Ballot requests soar with vote-by-mail plan MONTPELIER — Cards sent by the Vermont Secretary of State's office to every registered voter in the state have produced a dramatic increase in interest in voting by mail in the Tuesday, Aug. 11 …
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Cozza, Fontaine, Avard shine in Little League openers

BRATTLEBORO — The Reds, Pirates and Giants won the first three Little League baseball games of the season on the South Main Street field. The Reds blanked the Mets 10-0 in Monday's opener. …

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May, Gifford are Firecracker 4-Miler champions

BRATTLEBORO — Guilford's Jack May won the virtual Bill Powers Memorial Firecracker 4-Miler road race in a time of 27:35. Putney's Charlotte Gifford placed fifth overall in 33:04 to take the …

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'Drive-in' concerts debut this weekend SWANZEY, N.H. — There will be no fearing the reaper at a drive-in concert at the Cheshire Fairgrounds in Swanzey next weekend. "We wanted to find a way to bring back live music with national …
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