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BRATTLEBORO — Fire Chief Mike Bucossi is retiring after working for the Brattleboro Fire Department for 43 years in jobs he called “a lot of fun” and “very gratifying.”

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BRATTLEBORO — Rabbi Avremy Raskin, director of the Chabad Jewish Center puts labels onto Matzah bread made in Israel. The Center will be offering the hand-baked Shmurah Matzah as a gift for Jewish families in the area. Passover begins the evening of Saturday, March 27. People interested in t…

BURLINGTON — A self-admitted street gang member from Springfield, Mass., who authorities say traveled to Vermont to illegally buy two handguns, was ordered detained Thursday pending trial in federal court on charges of being a convicted felon in possession of firearms.

BRATTLEBORO — Fire Chief Mike Bucossi is retiring after working for the Brattleboro Fire Department for 43 years in jobs he called “a lot of fun” and “very gratifying.”

WILMINGTON — Wilmington hosted a Fire and Ice event at the recreational area WinterPlace on Friday, Feb. 26, 2021, with luminaries that people made.

BRATTLEBORO — People’s United Bank is being purchased for about $7.6 billion.

A section of I-91 northbound near the Exit 6 onramp was closed after a two-vehicle crash on Saturday. An ambulance from Rescue Inc. was struck from behind by another vehicle. No injuries were reported and black ice played a factor in the crash.

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BRATTLEBORO — Rabbi Avremy Raskin, director of the Chabad Jewish Center puts labels onto Matzah bread made in Israel. The Center will be offering the hand-baked Shmurah Matzah as a gift for Jewish families in the area. Passover begins the evening of Saturday, March 27. People interested in t…

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BELLOWS FALLS — Rockingham voters have plenty of choice in electing three members of the Rockingham Select Board this coming Tuesday.

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BURLINGTON — A self-admitted street gang member from Springfield, Mass., who authorities say traveled to Vermont to illegally buy two handguns, was ordered detained Thursday pending trial in federal court on charges of being a convicted felon in possession of firearms.

BURLINGTON — A self-admitted street gang member from Springfield, Mass., who authorities say traveled to Vermont to illegally buy two handguns, was ordered detained Thursday pending trial in federal court on charges of being a convicted felon in possession of firearms.

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MONTPELIER — The Vermont House of Representatives on Wednesday passed a multi-million dollar bill that includes $10 million in relief for businesses that did not quality for federal CARES Act dollars last year.

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