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BRATTLEBORO — An individual with disabilities might have some questions before feeling comfortable going to an event or meeting.That's one reason the town has updated its brattleboro.org website to include a list of "wheelchair accessible … more
BRATTLEBORO — The Vermont Judicial Conduct Board has officially reprimanded a former assistant judge for violating professional codes of judicial conduct.In addition, Paul Kane has been "immediately and indefinitely suspended from the office … more
BRATTLEBORO — The artist talk featuring cartoonist Edward Koren — the Vermonter who draws fuzzy beaked creatures for The New Yorker magazine — was proceeding oh-so-decorously when peer and fellow panelist Jeff Danziger, listening … more
LBy Mike FaherVTDiggerGUILFORD — The Green River meanders southward through three towns before crossing Vermont's border with Massachusetts.Now, there's an effort underway to unite those towns - Marlboro, Halifax and Guilford — with … more
- At about 9 p.m., a member of the Vermont State Police responded to the West Townshend Country Store for a report of a burglary. An employee reported three individuals entered through a window after business hours and attempted to steal alcohol. … more
WEST BRATTLEBORO — Cheered on by a driveway full of residents and other town officials, Brattleboro Fire Chief Mike Bucossi cut through red ribbon to celebrate the first of three projects to make police and fire facilities meet modern … more
BRATTLEBORO — With a lawsuit behind developers and grants in hand, building and renovations at the Bradley House can begin."This has been a long time coming," Assistant Town Manager Patrick Moreland said Tuesday of the Bradley House … more
PUTNEY — How does a children's picture book get made?Students in pre-kindergarten to grade three at Putney Central School had the opportunity to find out when author Jamie Scanlon and illustrator Ellen Tumavicus talked about their book, "Ralph … more
WESTMINSTER — John Ragonese uses three words — lengthy, complicated and expensive — to describe the federal government's licensing process for hydroelectric dams.But he is promising that Great River Hydro, the new owner of the … more
BRATTLEBORO — The Brattleboro Police Department is warning people with dogs that leaving canines in motor vehicles in warmer weather is a serious concern for many. Leaving windows cracked, parking in the shade and leaving water in the vehicle … more
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