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BRATTLEBORO — Composting is expected to pick up at the Windham Solid Waste Management District as its board plans for a post-recycling future.Following last month's decision to close the district's materials-recovery facility or MRF on Old … more
BRATTLEBORO — Plaintiffs in a civil suit over bitcoin mining characterized the defendant as "the man behind the curtain," in a filing in opposition to a dismissal request. more
JAMAICA — In a town of just under 1,000 people, help is wanted."It's a small town," said Select Board Chairman Paul Fraser. "I think I made a comment on TV, paraphrasing Hillary Clinton. It doesn't take a village to run a town. It takes a town … more
WILMINGTON — Scott Murphy is stepping down as town manager."I have given the Wilmington Select Board my resignation, effective when the current contract expires," Murphy said, referring to February 2018.Murphy said the Select Board has asked … more
PUTNEY — Chris Pratt knows how hard it can be for students with learning disabilities."I'm someone who grew up with a learning disability - a learning difference," said Pratt, Windham Southwest Supervisory Union superintendent. "So it's … more
GRAFTON — The Nature Museum announces new topics for the Mighty Acorns Club, a pre-school program designed for young explorers to discover the wonders of nature. This club for budding naturalists aged 3 to 5 and their caregivers meets on the … more
Jan. 3 - The Brattleboro Police Department responded to a report of a theft at a local business on Putney Road. Amanda Wrublevski, 33, of Brattleboro, had been caught by employees. She was issued a citation to appear in court.Jan. 4- The Brattleboro Police … more
CHESTERFIELD, N.H. — The town's Planning Board voted unanimously Monday night to deny a permit submitted by Dead River Company to construct a storage and distribution facility.Dead River hoped to use the 2.27-acre lot at 22 Mill Road — … more
BRATTLEBORO — Say the word "wolf," and often people will immediately think of ferocious, snarling beasts.Wolfgard Northeast wants to change that image. The non-profit organization, based in southern Vermont, states on its website its mission … more
PUTNEY — The former owner of a shuttered Christmas theme park is facing charges after violating a restitution agreement.Lillian Billewicz, 58, of Westminster, pleaded not guilty to four counts of animal cruelty on Tuesday in Windham Superior … more
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