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BRATTLEBORO — A former Brattleboro businessman has accepted a plea deal with the Securities and Exchange Commission, according to a post by Allen Shinners on BitCoinTalk.org.According to Shinners, the plea deal was reached between Joshua … more
MARLBORO — When it comes to criminal justice reform, a class is coming to terms with the need for compromise."I guess what I've been thinking about most in the last month or so is the place where theory and practice meet," student Jeffrey Hiam … more
BELLOWS FALLS — Madison Cota says her involvement in pageants began as a fluke. She received a flyer in the mail in 2012 when she was a sophomore at Vermont Academy in Saxton's River. Originally Cota threw the flyer out but her mom, Jennifer … more
VERNON — Having faced a long list of questions at a recent public meeting, a key player in the proposed Vermont Yankee decommissioning project is responding in writing.AREVA Nuclear Materials - a partner of NorthStar Group Services, the … more
BRATTLEBORO — A Vernon man apologized for lying in court before he was sentenced to a month in prison, five months in home confinement and four to five years of probation."I'm embarrassed about it," Lawrence Shippee Jr., 58, said in Windham … more
BRATTLEBORO — A small farm still has a chance for approval at 147 Orchard St.But a naturopathic practice proposed there by different applicants was denied a permit.Both parties are interested in purchasing the property but neither of them … more
Reformer StaffApril 14- At about 1:20 a.m., officers of the Brattleboro Police Department received a call about a suspicious man going through vehicles on Central Street. Investigation led to the arrest of Gregory Gosselin, 32, of Lowell, Mass. … more
BRATTLEBORO — Brattleboro Union High School Principal Steven Perrin has been named Vermont's High School Principal of the Year by the National Association of Secondary School Principals. On Friday, Perrin said the award is truly for the entire … more
BRATTLEBORO — When the Windham Solid Waste Management District wraps up use of its materials-recovery facility on July 1, equipment could be sold off to help with money woes."Comparable" auctions netted $400,000 in Georgia and $500,000 in … more
NEWFANE — Windham County sheriff's deputies are now armed with cameras.Sheriff Keith Clark on Wednesday said he's begun issuing body cameras to his deputies after a months-long bidding, review and purchasing process.Only half of the office's … more
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