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BRATTLEBORO — Anita Grant started working at the Windham Solid Waste Management District about two years ago, leaving retail behind to take on the world of trash and recycling.

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As you may have heard by now, I am bringing back to local ownership the 145-year-old Brattleboro Reformer, the 180-year-old Bennington Banner and the 160-year-old Manchester Journal.

BRATTLEBORO — People head to the Brattleboro Farmers Market on Route 9 on opening day on Saturday, May 1, 2021. The Farmers Market is open every Saturday through Oct. 30, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

DOVER — Delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, annual Town Meeting will be held in-person on Tuesday at the Carinthia base lodge at Mount Snow, complete with discussion on funding measures and a contested Select Board race.

BRATTLEBORO — Anita Grant started working at the Windham Solid Waste Management District about two years ago, leaving retail behind to take on the world of trash and recycling.

VERNON — Firefighters spent about a half hour early Thursday morning rescuing a dog from a hole in the ground at a residence on Fort Bridgman Road.

MONTPELIER — The Vermont Senate joined the House in passing a resolution apologizing for its role in the eugenics movement, in which so-called “delinquents” and “defectives” were institutionalized or sterilized. The policies targeted French Canadians, French-speaking indigenous Canadians, in…

DOVER — Select Board members declined to make interim appointments for a committee governing the North Branch Fire District, a request complicated by a lawsuit over the very issue.

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DOVER — Select Board members declined to make interim appointments for a committee governing the North Branch Fire District, a request complicated by a lawsuit over the very issue.

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BRATTLEBORO — After a 508-126 vote Tuesday, the Windham Southeast School District gained authority to borrow as much as $2 million for an energy efficient construction project at Academy School aimed at improving special education instruction and replacing old windows.

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WESTMINSTER — A request from a Westminster man to fill a vacancy on the Bellows Falls Union High School board prompted a lengthy discussion about the potential for conflict of interest.

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BRATTLEBORO — A law firm representing the court-appointed receiver of Koffee Kup Bakery and its affiliated companies called pay issues reported by former employees and news outlets “a misconception.”

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BRATTLEBORO — Crews put up the structural steel that will frame out the new operating rooms at Brattleboro Memorial Hospital on Tuesday, May 11, 2021.

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MONTPELIER — Sen. Randy Brock was answering a question Tuesday morning about the Senate’s version of H. 360, a bill setting the framework for building out universal high-speed broadband across Vermont, when his Zoom feed suddenly gave out and he disappeared from the Senate’s virtual ranks.

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SOUTH NEWFANE — Tasked with coming up with a policy proposal for a graduate school class, Juliette Carr originally thought her idea might be too simple. She wanted the Special Supplemental Nutritional Program for Women, Infants and Children benefits to be redeemable at farmers markets in Ver…

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