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By Joyce MarcelSpecial to the ReformerDUMMERSTON — Two hot discussion issues may be on the front burner at Dummerston Town Meeting —Tuesday, March 7, at the Dummerston School — but on the face of it, the most interesting thing is … more
BRATTLEBORO — The empty one-year seat on the Brattleboro Town School Board had current board members looking for somebody who might fill the position.Robin Morgan is hoping to secure enough signatures as a write-in candidate at the March 7 … more
TOWNSHEND — Students at Leland & Gray Union Middle and High School are not shy about their appreciation for the theater productions that take them from creating the stage to acting out the parts in the script and everything that falls in … more
BRATTLEBORO — Hoping to make establishments around Windham County more accessible and user friendly for those with disabilities, the Inclusion Center is reaching out to stores with recommendations."We have been talking for ages about what it's … more
WALPOLE, N.H. — Performer Jackson Gillman's motto is "Have stories, will travel." In his most popular show, he embodies the great writer — and former Brattleboro resident — Rudyard Kipling and tells some of his stories. On Friday, … more
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
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