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Reformer StaffWINCHESTER, N.H. — A search team found the body of a Tewskbury, Mass., man at 10 a.m. Monday morning on trails just outside of Pisgah State Park.Daniel Gill, 77, died as a result of an ATV crash, according to New Hampshire Fish … more
Sept. 7- The Brattleboro Police Department conducted a traffic stop on Oak Street after observing a motor vehicle violation. The operator, identified as Justin L. Hale, 33, of Guilford, was found to be under criminal license suspension. Sept. 11- At … more
WASHINGTON — As debates over the future of Obamacare continue in Congress, a federal program that funds health insurance for millions of children nationwide could expire this month.The children's health insurance program, called CHIP for … more
BRATTLEBORO — With Harmony Lot upgrades almost finished, businesses can prepare to get back to business as usual. Assistant Town Manager Patrick Moreland said the project was initially expected to wrap up on Friday. He expects the work to end … more
VERNON — Will explosives be used to demolish radioactive structures at Vermont Yankee?It depends on who you ask. State officials have filed testimony claiming NorthStar Group Services, which wants to buy and decommission the idled nuclear … more
PUTNEY - Landmark College will present a talk by medical innovator Dr. Robert Langer, the David H. Koch Institute Professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday at the Brooks M. O'Brien Auditorium of the East … more
BENNINGTON — Local musician Brian DeAngelo is passionate about bringing music to the Bennington Community, including this Saturday's performance of Brian Marsella's "iMAGiNARiUM: The Clocks Have Gone Mad," at Masonic Hall.DeAngelo and Marsella … more
SOUTH BURLINGTON — The Vermont Human Rights Commission says the state discriminated against a woman in psychiatric crisis when she was placed in the solitary confinement at a correctional facility instead of a psychiatric hospital.The … more
YORK, Maine — A shortage of school bus drivers this year has led some schools and bus companies in New England to push back the first day of classes, consolidate bus routes and offer sign-on bonuses and recruit veterans and custodians as … more
BRATTLEBORO — Tommy Cook, from Georgetown Mass., had been sick for a couple of weeks. He wasn't getting better. He turned yellow, said his grandmother, Cathy Murphy of Brattleboro, before he went to the hospital.On April 2, the lives of both … more
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