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WILMINGTON — Select Board Vice Chairman John Gannon says the town was "played" this year with tax agreements made between the townand developers."I think we need to review our procedure of payment plans," he said Wednesday during a meeting. "I … more
BRATTLEBORO — When state Commerce and Community Development Secretary Michael Schirling visited Brattleboro last week, he toured the rapidly growing headquarters of G.S. Precision Inc. But before that, Schirling took a look at a nearby empty … more
BRATTLEBORO — After years of work by local officials, state regulators have given the go-ahead for thousands of solar panels to be built atop Brattleboro's former landfill.The 5 megawatt project at Windham Solid Waste Management District will … more
WEST TOWNSHEND — Sarah Schuldenfrei didn't grow up in Vermont and didn't intend on settling down in Vermont, just like she didn't intend to become a baker. However, the tiny village of West Townsend has adopted both her and her family. She … more
BRATTLEBORO — Firefighters are rising up in the ranks and creating a new dynamic."Looking at the department, we're at a very interesting point," Brattleboro Fire Captain Charles "Chuck" Keir III said. "We have a lot of really young, good … more
WILMINGTON — The footbridge downtown continues to trouble town officials. A single bid for a ramp for the bridge was rejected after the Select Board and interim Town Manager Gretchen Havreluk expressed worry over a lack of detail and a hefty … more
BARRE — A Vermont woman pleaded guilty Thursday to killing a social worker and three relatives she believed played a role in her losing custody of her 9-year-old daughter.Jody Herring, appearing in a court near the state office building where … more
BRATTLEBORO — Since emergency personnel responded to a number of overdoses in Brattleboro on July 4, the total number has risen to 12, as of July 5.According to a press release from the Brattleboro Police Department, emergency personnel … more
BRATTLEBORO — A group of residents wants the town to take more steps in moving away from fossil fuel."Each year, the town of Brattleboro buys about 80,000 gallons of heating oil for its municipal buildings," states a webpage where a petition … more
MONTPELIER — Officials worked Wednesday to tally up the flood damage to central Vermont roads, culverts and a municipal water system following last week's storms to determine if the state will seek federal assistance for … more
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