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DOVER — A man accused of firing a gun during a dispute at a party was charged with aggravated assault.Max A. Peyton, 25, of Dover, was arraigned in Windham Superior Court Criminal Division on March 10. He pleaded not guilty to a felony charge … more
BRATTLEBORO — Despite one Select Board member's attempts to freeze utility rates, they will continue to rise as planned under town ordinance."I personally believe that holding the rate, you're still going to exceed the expectation of what you … more
DOVER — North Branch Fire District #1 customers are considering a bond for approximately $4.7 million for a project officials say will result in a wastewater treatment facility "ready for the future" and capable of meeting the highest effluent … more
VERMONT — John Halligan figured he was plugged into technology when he worked at industry titan IBM's former Essex Junction plant some 15 years ago. But after his teenage son Ryan committed suicide to escape cyberbullying, the father realized … more
BOERNE, TEXAS — Last year, I bought an unnamed and anonymous daguerreotype photograph found at a storage unit sale in Nashville, Tenn., which had no history to go with it.The photograph, which appears as if it is a mirror, is housed in its … more
BRATTLEBORO — "I went sky diving ... after I was paralyzed," said Kim, as we sat on the floor at Marlboro College during Axis Dance Company's master class there.The exercise was to each tell a story with words and only listen to each other, … more
TOWNSHEND — As a parent of two Leland & Gray students, David McCormack is concerned about recent tests showing elevated radon levels at the middle and high school.But he's more concerned by the fact that administrators knew about the … more
WHITINGHAM — At the first official meeting about starting a legal battle over the state's education funding formula, Brattleboro attorney James Valente told town and school officials in the Deerfield Valley that they would be asking the … more
MIDDLEBURY — When Addison County writer Julia Alvarez was translating for Spanish-speaking migrant farmhands and their families a decade ago, she saw how locals and Latinos struggled to understand each other."Everyone was befuddled," she said … more
BRATTLEBORO — Residents' organic waste and recyclables will go their separate ways starting July 1, according to two town agreements related to curbside pickup."We think there's been really good teamwork around all of this," Town Manager Peter … more
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