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BRATTLEBORO — Frank Costantino is an architectural illustrator, a job, he said, that has largely been replaced by computer software.In addition to providing his architectural clients with illustrations of various projects around the world, he … more
NORTHFIELD — Bob Lowder arrived at the Veterans' Place about a year ago.As a member of the U.S. Navy Construction Battalion, Lowder served in Vietnam in 1967 and 1968. Afterward he came to Vermont, first to become a farmer, then to run a print … more
PETERBOROUGH, N.H. — What do you get when you cross The Internet of Things with farming? Why, the Internet of Tomatoes, of course.Three organizations are working together to help boost and "future-proof" the New England food economy against … more
TOWNSHEND — As schools headed into session, local officials met to discuss how they could better work together —- especially on the matter of parking. "We're not going to have an adversarial relationship is what you're telling me?" … more
BRATTLEBORO — Vermont does not tolerate racism and neither does America. That's what Vermont natives Sam Bryar and Gillian Mitchell-Love believe. That's why they went to the Fight Supremacy! Boston Counter-Protest and Resistance Rally on Aug. … more
BRATTLEBORO — Alex Beck says collaboration should be intuitive between the private sector, educational institutions and employers. A statewide workforce development initiative called the Vermont Talent Pipeline Management Project "provides us … more
WEST BRATTLEBORO — Here's the thing about the ukulele. We've got to accept this if we're going to keep making music together, here on the page or in a practice room, on a street corner for quarters or on stage, a hundred musicians strong.The … more
DUBLIN, Ireland — The Green Mountains are a 3,000-mile stretch from the Emerald Isle. But when Vermont U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders scheduled a recent book reading in this European city, fans snatched up all 2,000 tickets in a scant three … more
BRATTLEBORO — The do-it-yourself ethos of the tiny house and minimalism movements is only one part on display at the second annual Tiny House Fest. "We said certainly we're going to look at housing and community spaces, but where do we see … more
The Vermont State Police Westminster Barracks in conjunction with local and county law enforcement will be conducting sobriety and safety enforcement during the upcoming 2017 Labor Day holiday. As of Aug. 14, Vermont statewide has experienced 40 … more
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