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ROCKINGHAM — Vermont State Police say a driver of a car was at fault in a collision with a school bus in Rockingham. Police say the Windham Northeast Supervisory Union bus was in the process of pulling onto a road Monday morning when its rear … more
BRATTLEBORO — Ask Olivia Howe about her novel "Murder at the Mash" and the Brattleboro Union High School student will start by revealing the big finish: Specifically, when the narrator, learning her fate is about to be divulged online but is too scared to discover it, asks her mother to look. more
BRATTLEBORO — Vermont Senate Majority Leader Becca Balint says that shortly after high school, she shaved her hair into a mohawk and moved to New York City. more
BRATTLEBORO — On Monday morning, Windham County's state legislators took their breakfast with a big cup of worry.At the Brattleboro Area Chamber of Commerce's annual legislative breakfast, local lawmakers offered a variety of updates from the … more
BRATTLEBORO — Courthouse News Service, which bills itself as "a nationwide news service for lawyers and the news media," has filed a First and Fourteenth Amendment lawsuit against clerks of the court for the state's 14 county superior courts and their boss, the chief administrator of the courts. more
BRATTLEBORO — It began with tunnel vision. Then headaches. Then a doctor's diagnosis of a brain tumor.As Vermonter Neil Taylor struggled to recuperate from hours of surgery, weeks of subsequent unconsciousness and sedation and months of … more
By Reformer StaffFeb. 28- At about 7:30 p.m., the Brattleboro Police Department responded to a Putney Road business for a report of unlawful trespass. Upon investigation, it was determined that Diana Dee, 38, of Dover, violated a no-trespass order … more
WILMINGTON — Looking to get its new West Lake snowmaking system running by next winter, Mount Snow is getting ready to resume construction."We didn't get so far last year," said Brendan Ryan, project manager at Mount Snow. "We are very excited … more
BRATTLEBORO — Town Meeting members did not have many questions about the Select Board's proposal for tax dollars. "We really did start this year with an approach to the budget that we would try to level fund services that were being provided … more
JAMAICA — A runaway juvenile was last seen in Brattleboro on Thursday, March 16, according to the Vermont State Police. Police are asking for help in locating Teresa Bratton, 17, of Jamaica. Anyone with information is encouraged … more
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