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WINCHESTER, N.H. — It didn't take long for Robert Leustek to build deep roots in the Winchester community.Leustek and his wife, Gloria, moved to Winchester from New Jersey in 2014. In that short time Leustek joined the Board of Selectmen, … more
Host Chris Lenois and the Reformer's Harmony Birch talk about the recent elimination of all full-time firefighters in Bellows Falls, Firefighter cuts, James McAuliffe's decision to step down from … more
BRATTLEBORO — The Salute Military Golf Association is dedicated to empowering veterans through golf. Jerry Shanahan, the head of the SMGA New England chapter, sees golf as being restorative. After his son was paralyzed from the waist down, … more
BRATTLEBORO — Nine jobs ain't bad for the first round of entrepreneurs graduating from a new business hatchery called Windham Grows.The program is considered a success across the board by its director."Nine jobs in nine months is definitely a … more
BENNINGTON — Premier Coach will operate the new bus service linking southwestern Vermont to rail service in New York's Capital Region that's expected to launch early next month.Dubbed the Vermont Shires Connector, riders will be able to buy a … more
SEARSBURG — Authorities are investigating a fire that destroyed a Bishop Road home early Monday morning.No one was injured in the fire, which is not considered suspicious, according to Detective Sr. Sgt. Thomas Williams with the Vermont State … more
TOWNSHEND — There's "no silver bullet" as far as town government structures go, a report says. "Everyone wants what is best for the town but ongoing conflicts and issues impede the ability to function as a team," an interim report from the … more
BRATTLEBORO — Imagine a theater where every seat is filled with grocery bags full of donated food.This is the image that WKVT and Latchis Arts bring forth every year at the annual Load the Latchis event.All of the food brought in goes to … more
BRATTLEBORO - In many ways, Brattleboro's seasonal overflow shelter has been operating on borrowed time. So administrators have decided to try something entirely new when cold weather arrives this fall.The overnight shelter will move out of downtown … more
RUTLAND — The former owner of a Bondville pizzeria accepted a plea deal on Monday for his role in moving nearly 100 pounds of heroin from Guatemala to Manchester Center.According to documents filed in the U.S. District Court for the District … more
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