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BELLOWS FALLS — Voters flocked to the Bellows Falls Opera House on Thursday night for another chance to vote on the 2018 village budget. The fiscal 2018 budget, which called for $1,941,290 to be raised by taxes, originally passed on May 15 by … more
BRATTLEBORO — A man is facing up to 20 years in prison for allegedly having sex with a minor. On Tuesday, the Brattleboro Police Department arrested Jacob Gagnon, 22, of Brattleboro, for sexual assault and lewd or lascivious conduct with a … more
July 8- The Brattleboro Police Department was called to a local business for a report of two individuals who were sleeping on the property. Upon arrival, the two individuals were identified as William Roy, 25, of Brattleboro, and Samantha Soskin, … more
BRATTLEBORO — After nearly two weeks of upheaval that saw protests, mass resignations and students demanding refunds, the New England Center for Circus Arts is hoping to wipe the slate clean with an entirely new board of directors, a new … more
HALIFAX — Eight years ago, Taliyah Sanchez and Deborah Reed-Lanoue fell in love. The two are like family, with Reed-Lanoue calling Sanchez her "New York daughter."Reed-Lanoue hosts 15-year-old Sanchez every summer for two weeks as a part of … more
BRATTLEBORO — A man who sold virtual currency via several companies has pleaded guilty to a scheme that defrauded victims for more than $9 million. The United States Attorney District of Connecticut announced the plea deal on Thursday … more
BRATTLEBORO — The remaining executive board members of New England Center for Circus Arts have resigned, according to a press release from NECCA. more
TOWNSHEND — A fire at a horse farm Sunday that claimed the life of an employee and destroyed a barn has prompted the creation of three web pages seeking donations.The mother of Shala Kean, the 32-year-old victim who died in the fire at … more
VERNON — When it comes to school governance and school choice, Vernon voters have reaffirmed their desire to go their own way.Residents on Tuesday voted 238-47 in favor of withdrawing the town school district from the regional educational … more
BRATTLEBORO — Michael Helmstadter said he resigned as executive director of the New England Center for Circus Arts on Friday because "rightly or wrongly, I've become a polarizing figure in this. I care about NECCA. If I'm going to be divisive … more
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