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BRATTLEBORO — With businesses closing their doors in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, one local manufacturer is ramping up to meet international demands for its specialty product — …

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Stitchers and quilters busy making masks BRATTLEBORO — Folks around the region, finding they have some spare time on their hands, are chipping in to make face masks for essential workers. "Myself and another co-worker, we work at …
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DEERFIELD VALLEY — With local businesses experiencing difficult times due to closures in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, two towns largely affected by a premature end to the ski season have … more
ROCKINGHAM — A bus driver for The Current has tested positive for COVID-19, the illness caused by the coronavirus, but his illness has posed no danger to riders on the public transit system because of his quick action to self-quarantine. more
BENNINGTON — The Vermont Supreme Court has again faulted a Bennington Police Department stop-and-search involving a black man, tossing out drug evidence seized during a search and overturning a … more
WILMINGTON — Select Board members held off on approving a $52,000 loan for design services related to a new public safety facility that would relocate the police and fire stations into one … more
ROCKINGHAM — The American Red Cross is assisting close to a dozen people who were left homeless after Tuesday's fire in Rockingham. Ann Kim, a spokeswoman for the Red Cross, said Wednesday … more
BRATTLEBORO — The Brattleboro Retreat is limiting its in-patient clientele to Vermont residents only. This is to make sure that someone in Vermont requiring mental health care can be … more
BRATTLEBORO — Andrew Skarzynski, 50, of Rutland will be the next superintendent of Windham Southeast Supervisory Union, which he described as "unique and dynamic." "My interest in applying … more
BRATTLEBORO — Gino Butler puts meals into baskets that people left outside their doors at the Elliot Street Apartments, as the Brattleboro Senior Center adjusts services because of the COVID-19 … more
Amid the spread of the coronavirus-caused disease known as COVID-19 in the United States, Vermont's health commissioner has said that while cases are going up, he doesn't see the increase as an … more
MONTPELIER — The state has eased the way for healthcare professionals who are licensed in other states to join or return the Vermont workforce to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, Secretary of State … more

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