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BRATTLEBORO —While camp resumed at the New England Center for Circus Arts Wednesday, negotiations between board members and coaches continued. "We felt we had enough of a verbal agreement and enough common ground to move forward with … more
BELLOWS FALLS — Cass Wright was appointed to the Rockingham Select Board Tuesday night to fill the vacancy left by former Select Board Chair Lamont Barnett. Barnett, whose resignation went into effect on July 10, stepped down after being … more
- On July 13, the Vermont State Police began an investigation into the left of flowers from Dutton Farm Stand on Route 30 in Newfane. As part of the investigation, the Vermont State Police released video surveillance of the theft. On July 14, Dennis … more
BELLOWS FALLS — Inside the Rockingham Free Public Central Library sits a painting that, to Polly Montgomery, represents the town of Rockingham. "Vilas Bridge" depicts an architectural wonder displayed across rocky terrain and basking in golden … more
BRATTLEBORO — Is a community famous for ski jumping and heifer strolling ready to dive into a "Brattle Paddle"?The New England Canoe and Kayak Racing Association, set to bring its touring competition to town Sunday, hopes so.Organizers expect … more
BRATTLEBORO — A man was found dead by police on Monday.The Brattleboro Police Department responded to an Elliot Street residence to conduct a welfare check. Upon arrival, it was determined that the individual was deceased. Police said no foul … more
TOWNSHEND — Crews have removed more than 7,000 cubic yards of sedimentation at Townshend Dam, clearing the way for the much-maligned swim area to reopen as soon as this week.The project was commissioned by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in … more
WINCHESTER, N.H. — A man who died after crashing his plane last week was part of a family known for spending time in the air.John E. Everson, 65, of Danielson, Conn., was flying a stunt plane that went down on Scotland Road in Winchester on … more
BRATTLEBORO — Justin Smith, from Northampton, Mass, is prepared to give at least a $10,000 donation to the New England Center for Circus Arts if Board President Mel Martin and the remaining board members resign.Smith, younger brother to NECCA … more
BRATTLEBORO — Talks between the board of the New England Center for Circus Arts and coaches who have gone on strike or resigned their positions have resulted in a temporary agreement to allow summer camp to continue.Tuesday classes were … more
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