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WATERBURY — The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a Flood Watch for all of Vermont through this weekend. Rain, snowmelt, and thawing river ice could cause localized flooding in areas of Vermont from Friday evening through Sunday night. … more
BRATTLEBORO — Efforts to turn the Lamplighter Inn into long-term housing for local homeless people took two steps forward this week.A $425,000 grant from the state and a local permit were approved for the approximately $4.3 million Great River … more
BRATTLEBORO — Despite Hermit Thrush Brewery moving into one its former buildings, Pepsi-Cola Brattleboro/Leader Distribution Systems isn't going anywhere.The company is only changing up the order in which its properties line up along Putney … more
BRATTLEBORO — Students at Green Street School traveled from Guatemala to England in a matter of seconds on Tuesday. more
BRATTLEBORO — A woman accused of killing two Townshend men in November 2014 is getting closer to her day in court.On Thursday, an attorney for Robin O'Neill, 64, formerly of Townshend, and representatives from the Windham County State's … more
BRATTLEBORO — The minds behind The Works Cafe want to continue to make sure the community has a healthy and comfortable place to eat for every meal of the day."We're rolling out our bold new menu, offered all day," said Richard French, owner, … more
VERNON — A labor union and an environmental-advocacy nonprofit are the latest groups looking to participate directly in a review of the proposed sale of Vermont Yankee.The Conservation Law Foundation and Local 300 of the International … more
MANCHESTER — State Police say they arrested a woman in Manchester on Wednesday in connection with the shooting death of her husband in December.Police said that on Dec. 11 David Shores Sr., 54, was found dead in his home on Brooklyn Road in … more
BRATTLEBORO — Three protestors were arrested after a sit-in demonstration Wednesday aimed at amplifying their message. "It's much more of a visible statement on our part about how we feel about TD Bank and its investment policy," said Tim Stevenson, one of three people who willingly risked arrest during a protest Wednesday. "It raises the bar a bit from where we've been with our weekly vigils." more
DUMMERSTON — Windham Southeast Supervisory Union's already arduous Act 46 deliberations may be getting even more difficult.Dummerston voters on Tuesday again rejected Vernon's proposed withdrawal from the regional educational union, thus … more
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