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BRATTLEBORO — Zoie Marie Supry, born on Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2017 at 2:08 p.m., was the first newborn at Brattleboro Memorial Hospital in 2017. Marie is the first child for parents Kristen Hunt and Josh Supry, of Keene, N.H. She weighed 6 pounds … more
BRATTLEBORO — Select Board Chairman David Gartenstein has some big decisions to make with his fellow board members before stepping down in March."After six years on Select Board, including four years as the board's chair, I'm not going to be … more
BELLOWS FALLS — Auto parts manufacturer Sonnax Industries has been held up as a model for employee ownership.But federal regulators now are taking legal action, alleging that the process by which the Bellows Falls company was sold to its … more
PUTNEY — Following the death of its owner and operator, Jim Heal, the Putney Store has been closed."We regret that the general store must close at this time. Please bear w/ us and stay tuned. We will re-open after a transition. Thank you for … more
WESTMINSTER — Vermont-based Bullrock Corporation recently announced the completion of a 2.6 Megawatt solar array in Westminster, consisting of 7,500 panels, which generates enough electricity to power over 300 homes. The site has been … more
PUTNEY — "Eat Pray Love" author Elizabeth Gilbert says Putney artist Maggie Lake's story is "powerful and transformative." Oscar-winning actress Sally Field sees it as "wise and raw." Nationally renowned life coach Martha Beck sums it up as … more
BRATTLEBORO — All donations to the Kids in Coats Fund of the United Way of Windham County provides winter outerwear for children. Your donations support local families and local businesses all money raised is spent in local participating … more
BRATTLEBORO — Maisie Arnold's donation to Kids in Coats was inspired, at least in part, by an experience overseas."We went to Guatemala and there were some kids who didn't have much money so I wanted to donate to different people and stuff," … more
BRATTLEBORO — For years, administrators have been planning a large-scale upgrade of the Brattleboro Memorial Hospital campus to address long-term needs.But those efforts got a big boost in 2014, when Brattleboro resident Ronald Read bequeathed … more
MONTPELIER — The former owner of a small construction company who spends some of his spare time as a stock car driver took the oath of office Thursday as Vermont's new governor promising to make the state welcoming to businesses while … more
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