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BRATTLEBORO — For those who miss the river views and outdoor dining or drinking experience at Whetstone Station Restaurant and Brewery, the WinterGarten — with clear, see-through vinyl walls and additional flame towers for warmth — will debut Friday.

BELLOWS FALLS — Jeanette Staley, the owner of Flying Canvas Studio, works on a new collection of paintings down in her basement studio. Her Bellows Falls home comes to life with her artwork taking different shapes and forms.

BRATTLEBORO — People play Frisbee golf at Living Memorial Park on a recent afternoon.

BRATTLEBORO — After spending several hours discussing the community safety report they commissioned, Select Board members stopped short of defining next steps. Town Manager Peter Elwell worried that trying to outline such actions at nearly 11 p.m. Tuesday would disrupt the process.

MONTPELIER — Health Commissioner Dr. Mark Levine hinted broadly Wednesday at a COVID-19 vaccine distribution system that will prioritize older Vermonters, make use of centralized locations to distribute shots, and make concerted efforts to reach the state’s Black, indigenous and person of co…

VERNON — Firefighters were alerted to an early morning structure fire at 91 Hickory Hollow Road just before 6 a.m. Wednesday.

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VERNON — Firefighters were alerted to an early morning structure fire at 91 Hickory Hollow Road just before 6 a.m. Wednesday.

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MONTPELIER — The Vermont state trooper accused of posting social media statements in support of the insurgency at the U.S. Capitol last week has resigned, according to the Vermont Public Safety Commissioner.

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BRATTLEBORO — For those who miss the river views and outdoor dining or drinking experience at Whetstone Station Restaurant and Brewery, the WinterGarten — with clear, see-through vinyl walls and additional flame towers for warmth — will debut Friday.

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WESTMINSTER — The Bellows Falls Union High School Board narrowly approved a proposed budget for the 2021-22 school year Monday night that shows a 2 percent decrease over the current budget.

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MONTPELIER — The Vermont House of Representatives on Tuesday passed a bill allowing towns to move the date of Town Meeting Day or send ballots by mail, in order to protect residents from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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MONTPELIER — Vermont State Police, Capitol Police and the Montpelier Police Department are planning for “any eventuality” if reports of armed protests planned for all 50 state capitols beginning Jan. 17 come to fruition at the Statehouse or other government buildings, Public Safety Commissio…

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BENNINGTON — A man who was the object of a search after police said he fled from the scene of a rollover crash Friday on Route 279 was found dead Monday in a wooded area about 200 yards from the highway.

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