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Find out what's open in Windham County with new Reformer feature online

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BRATTLEBORO — What's open? It's what everyone wants to know.

What's Open, a new feature on The Reformer website, is a place where Windham County residents can connect with useful information about the essential businesses that are helping us all through the coronavirus pandemic.

Easy to use, whether you're a reader looking for a place to grab dinner or a restaurant looking for a free way to broadcast your hours of operation, What's Open offers a homepage ticker at the top of, so you can't miss it. It's also available for viewing on The Reformer local news pages and on our coronavirus update page.

Readers can choose what kind of service they are looking for in a clickable menu, and then scan the results for a desired option.

Businesses can click "Add My Business," and after a few prompts, your enterprise will be listed among the many essential services that are operating in Windham County. Don't forget to include all pertinent contact information in your entry.

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If yours is a business that has remote only appointments, or has partial hours or if you're closed, What's Open can help you and your customers, too. There are many different states of operation that you can include in your listing.

If your business wants to include special offers, you can upgrade your listing to a featured slot, there are a couple of inexpensive options to pump up your presence with elements such as maps, images, extended publication online, as well as inclusion in a listing in print. Just follow the prompts.

If you're a business that is seeking to sponsor the entire What's Open listing, we have opportunities for that, too.

Visit to find your next plumber, takeout meal or home-heating oil provider. And if you're a merchant, visit our website to begin your free listing right now. Or just go straight to

For sponsorship opportunities, email Reformer ad manager Jon Stafford at If you need help with getting your listing set up, email Noah Hoffenberg at


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