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BRATTLEBORO — Artists that make up From the River, To the River recently install a permanent art piece they called “Ask the River” at the Brattleboro Parking Garage. The new art installation replaces the original one that was hung in 2015.

GUILFORD — Members of The Honor Bear project place 660 American flags at the I-91 Welcome Center on Wednesday, Sept. 15, to symbolize the 22 veterans that die each day in a month from suicide, as part of the “Flag for Forgotten Heroes” installation that will viewable for 30 days.

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BENNINGTON — As cries of down postal routes and missed delivery days reach all the way to Washington, closer to home, Vermont News & Media, local and federal officials, and the Postal Service itself are working together to make sure that mail is making it to local mailboxes.

BRATTLEBORO — Artists that make up From the River, To the River recently install a permanent art piece they called “Ask the River” at the Brattleboro Parking Garage. The new art installation replaces the original one that was hung in 2015.

MONTPELIER — Vermont is expanding its Pfizer vaccination booster eligibility to include people who are immunocompromised or have underlying medical conditions, Gov. Phil Scott, the Agency of Human Services and the Department of Health announced Friday.

BRATTLEBORO — The dissolution receiver who was appointed to disburse the remaining funds left over after Koffee Kup closed in April doesn’t understand why the process has taken this long.

DUMMERSTON — It’s been more than 19 months since COVID-19 swept into the United States, and it has killed more than 670,000 Americans.

GUILFORD — People navigate through the seven-acre Star Wars themed corn maze at Gaines Farm.

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MONTPELIER — Vermont is expanding its Pfizer vaccination booster eligibility to include people who are immunocompromised or have underlying medical conditions, Gov. Phil Scott, the Agency of Human Services and the Department of Health announced Friday.

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BRATTLEBORO — The dissolution receiver who was appointed to disburse the remaining funds left over after Koffee Kup closed in April doesn’t understand why the process has taken this long.

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DUMMERSTON — It’s been more than 19 months since COVID-19 swept into the United States, and it has killed more than 670,000 Americans.

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GUILFORD — People navigate through the seven-acre Star Wars themed corn maze at Gaines Farm.

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TOWNSHEND — The West River Education District will expand its exploration of having a central campus between Townshend Elementary School and Leland Gray Union Middle and High school next door, with an immersive learning center at Jamaica Village School and early learning center at NewBrook E…

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WESTMINSTER — The Windham Northeast Supervisory Union Board has given its staff a choice: either get vaccinated or face weekly testing for COVID-19.

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GUILFORD — Members of The Honor Bear project place 660 American flags at the I-91 Welcome Center on Wednesday, Sept. 15, to symbolize the 22 veterans that die each day in a month from suicide, as part of the “Flag for Forgotten Heroes” installation that will viewable for 30 days.

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WILMINGTON — Efforts are underway to secure local and state approval to finish up some long neglected construction of homes near the lower mountain of the private ski resort run by Hermitage Members Club Inc.

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