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ALGIERS — Can you imagine living in a 100 percent sustainable community? The Village of Algiers is contemplating doing just that by taking up the Living Community Challenge.So far, Friends of Algiers Village, Guilford Preservation Inc., … 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
August 2- At approximately 4:35 p.m. the Vermont State Police initiated an investigation into a theft that had occurred during the previous week and current day on VT-100 in Jacksonville. Members of the Vermont State Police out of the Westminster Barracks … more
EAST DOVER — Henry David Thoreau once wrote that he had three chairs in his house. "One for solitude, two for friendship, three for society," the philosopher and naturalist wrote.Almost all the seats in Dover Town Hall were filled on Aug. 3 … more
BRATTLEBORO — A 22-year-old Springfield woman told police in addition to helping steal money to satisfy her heroin habit, in one of the nine locations she and her boyfriend broke into, she also stole cookies and a jug of milk. Chelsea Ovaitte … more
GRAFTON — The Turner family had a name for their hardscrabble Grafton homestead, and that name reflected a long journey from slavery to freedom."The home place was named Journey's End, 'cause father never wanted to go no further after he got … more
BELLOWS FALLS — Josh Hearne started running Donovan's on Aug. 29, 2013. The familiar pub standing in downtown Bellows Falls has a history that started long before Hearne. It first opened in February of 1943. Hearne said he was the third person … more
RANDOLPH — When the Vermont Interfaith Action coalition of religious congregations held its first statewide convention a year ago, members celebrated the successful launch of its "Building a Moral Economy" campaign by revealing their next … more
BRATTLEBORO — In the summer of 1932, a group of young Americans sailed for Europe following the lead of a visionary who believed that "people learn to live together by living together."The visionary was Donald B. Watt, a young scholar from … more
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