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BRATTLEBORO — U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders says he wants to strengthen Veterans Affairs health care services."I think, in general and what I hear in Vermont, is most people think the VA is a pretty good place," the Vermont independent said at the … more
BRATTLEBORO — A plan between the town and state could mean the "complete modernization and overhaul" of the Municipal Center, according to Select Board Chairman David Gartenstein."There's been very, very exciting progress that's been made with … more
BRATTLEBORO — Since the age of 19, Karen May Sorensen has lived with a form of schizophrenia called schizoaffective disorder. As she tells the story, art saved her life."At the onset of a mental illness," Sorensen said, "part of you is aware … more
BRATTLEBORO — A trial will be delayed a little longer to give Judge Katherine Hayes time to review confidential employment files on the case's investigating police officer.Former Brattleboro Police Officer Matthew Petlock arrested Jacob Banis, … more
BELLOWS FALLS — With his hearing rapidly approaching, a former assistant judge for Windham County was handed a pair of legal defeats.An attorney for Paul Kane had submitted a motion that member of the Judicial Conduct Board be recused from the … more
ROCKINGHAM — As crews put finishing touches on a $60 million bridge replacement in Brattleboro, state officials are embarking on another major project just a short drive up Interstate 91.The $44.3 million replacement of two bridges near Exit 6 … more
BRATTLEBORO — In its quest to purchase Vermont Yankee, NorthStar Group Services has filed reams of paper with state and federal regulators.But for many who aren't directly involved in those reviews, the New York-based company's plans — … more
A well pruned apple tree in full bloom or loaded with fruit is a feast for the eyes. Now is a good time to work on your trees — though you can prune in any month without damaging your tree. Farmers of yesteryear pruned their fruit trees in … more
A key state agency has signed off on the sale of 13 hydroelectric stations to a Boston company.The Vermont Department of Public Service — which represents the public interest in energy matters — has approved a deal pledging to support … more
BRATTLEBORO — U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., showed his support of a new business accelerator by sharing a stage with representatives from local, state and federal groups behind the ambitious program."Our job is to add value to the food that … more
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