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Buttigieg draws large crowd in Walpole

WALPOLE, N.H. — Democratic presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg took his campaign to Walpole Sunday afternoon, where he was greeted with a gymnasium filled with both enthusiastic supporters and …

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Christmas comes early for local boy BELLOWS FALLS — Make-A-Wish Vermont and the Lions Club of Manchester made a special Christmas wish come true for a little boy who is fighting an aggressive form of brain cancer. An entire …
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BELLOWS FALLS — The Bellows Falls Opera House is getting closer to breaking even.Town Manager Wendy Harrison said Thursday that while the town-run movie theater is projected to run a deficit, … more
MARLBORO — If an agreement is finalized between Marlboro College and Emerson College next year, the deal will guarantee the survival of the legacy of Marlboro, albeit in Boston and not on … more
BRATTLEBORO — John O'Connor isn't leaving just yet. "While we were unsuccessful in our first search for a new finance director," Town Manager Peter Elwell said during the Select Board meeting … more
KRISTOPHER RADDER — BRATTLEBORO REFORMERLinda Whelihan, the education curator at Brattleboro Museum & Arts Center, looks at a creation that Ryder Suponski, 7, brought in for the 12th annual … more
BRATTLEBORO — A collaboration between Brattleboro Memorial Hospital, Turning Point of Windham County and the Brattleboro Retreat is providing connections to help people struggling with opioid … more
WEST DOVER — The state approved a project to construct six additional condominium units at Boulder Ridge, which has a view of the neighboring Mount Snow ski resort. "We are still evaluating a … more
POWNAL — Town Administrator Michael Walker was placed on paid administrative leave Friday for reasons the Select Board has not yet disclosed. According to board Chairman Bryan Harris, he was … more
Staff reportCHESTERFIELD, N.H. — Chesterfield police responded to a crash involving three vehicles on Route 9 near the Spofford Irving Big Deal service station late Tuesday afternoon. Police … more
BRATTLEBORO — State and local officials and child advocates are pushing back against a proposed federal rule change that would reduce the number of families eligible for food stamps, thereby … more
BRATTLEBORO — A lot of things have changed on Elliot Street in the past 35 years, but one thing has remained the same — the presence of Everyone's Books.On Friday, from 4 to 7 p.m., … more

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