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BRATTLEBORO — Gov. Phil Scott announced late Thursday morning that he has selected Windham Superior Court Judge Karen Carroll to the Vermont Supreme Court. Scott selected Carroll from a pool of eight candidates, each nominated by Vermont's … more
VERNON — The chairman of the Vernon Select Board rebuked the members of the Vernon Voters Alliance for creating a "public spectacle," by submitting a letter of complaint "of misconduct/corruption" to the Vermont Attorney General's Office."Our … more
BRATTLEBORO — Local residents demanded the immediate release of three detained immigration-rights activists on Tuesday. "We're here today to show our support of the Migrant Justice leaders and community members who have been arrested by ICE[Immigration and Customs Enforcement] within the last week," protest coordinator Alex Fischer, of the Root Social Justice Center, said into a megaphone at downtown Brattleboro's Pliny Park. "We're all here to say free Kike, free Zully, free Alex and not one more." more
RUTLAND — Former Windham County Assistant Judge Paul Kane should receive the harshest sanction for a judicial officer in the state or he has already been punished enough by resigning his seat on the bench? more
TOWNSHEND — Tests have shown elevated levels of radon at Leland & Gray Union Middle & High School, prompting a hastily arranged project aimed at venting the potentially hazardous gas.The school board has scheduled a special public … more
March 11 - At 9:25 p.m., at the Route 9 Park and Ride in Chesterfield, the New Hampshire State Police cited Heather Martin, 35, of Putney, with possession of marijuana.March 13- The Brattleboro Police Department responded to a reported two-vehicle crash on … more
VERNON — Investigators with the Vermont State Police were at the Vernon Town Hall Tuesday morning requesting copies of Select Board meeting minutes from October 2015 to March 2016.According to Scott Waterman, public spokesman for the State … more
KEENE, N.H. — The sheriff of Cheshire County will not help agents from the Department of Homeland Security conduct "raids, stings or operations that are solely intended at locating an undocumented person or persons."In a press release to the … more
Chris Lenois and Chris Mays break down last year's town meeting directive to the Finance Committee to establish a living wage for select board members to make the position accessible to full-time workers, and while no precedents have been set in surrounding communities, the Finance Committee plans to reveal the results of local surveys during this year's town meeting. more
Chris Lenois and Chris Mays break down last year's town meeting directive to the Finance Committee to establish a living wage for select board members to make the position accessible to full-time workers. more
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