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BRATTLEBORO — More talks on workplace diversity are anticipated for September — giving town officials and community leaders the opportunity to meet privately to discuss future plans."For lasting change to occur, it can't just be a matter … more
BRATTLEBORO — On Friday at about 2:45 p.m., the Brattleboro Police Department responded to a residence on Green Street for a report of a possibly deceased person.Police were assisted on scene by Brattleboro Fire, Rescue Inc., and the Vermont … more
BRATTLEBORO — AmeriCorps member Haythem Basson, from the Windham & Windsor Housing Trust, spent several weeks this spring pondering how to best improve the weatherization of southern Vermont's mobile homes. He knew that mobile home owners … more
WILMINGTON — This construction season is seeing a lot of activity in Wilmington. But no one's pretending the repaving of Route 9 will be fun. "This is going to be ugly," Gretchen Havreluk, interim town manager and economic development … more
VERNON — A Vermont Yankee employee's deliberate failure to check radiation exposure monitors was a "personal accountability issue," and no other staffers engaged in such behavior, the company says.In a new filing with the Nuclear Regulatory … more
HINSDALE, N.H. — Ten-year-olds Blayne and Daytona Boyd used their birthday party to raise awareness and collect donations for animal shelters. The twins said they love animals. Daytona said she doesn't have a favorite animal, she likes them … more
BRATTLEBORO — The Brattleboro Reformer is the first news organization in Vermont to employ a drone for visual news gathering.The Reformer's drone or UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) camera, a DJI Phantom 3 professional quadcopter, has been in use … more
PUTNEY — In the Fall, Aaron Dall, a geography teacher at The Greenwood School, a boarding and day school for boys in sixth through 12th grade, will move into a house built by his students.Students at Greenwood get activity points to … more
BRATTLEBORO — In September the Kampfires Campground will be flooded with music, circus entertainment and, best of all, street food.New England Newspapers Inc., the Brattleboro Reformer's parent company, is sponsoring an evening of "food, beer, … more
WALPOLE, N.H. — Walpole is one of nine communities that has pledged to go tobacco free in its recreation areas as a part of the Cheshire Coalition for Tobacco Free Communities.The coalition is a partner of Healthy Monadock, a community … more
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