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BRATTLEBORO — "Hate does not grow well in the rocky soil of Vermont," is the mantra the four organizers behind the Brattleboro Love Project keep coming back to. more
BRATTLEBORO — Lou Bruso says he will be turning over his chairman position on the Windham Solid Waste Management District Board of Supervisors to somebody else at the reorganization meeting on April 13.The decision has to do with his not … more
BRATTLEBORO — Experience language, culture and culinary arts in Tanzania this summer with Gogi Abroad.Gogi Abroad leader Leyeyo Kipamba was born in Longido, Tanzania, where we will cultivate a sense of genuine connection with the people, … more
PUTNEY — For a Connecticut man steeped in magic, re-opening Santa's Land would be a trick he has dreamed about for years."I have been actively pursuing this property for some time," said David Haversat, of … more
WEST DOVER — The new owners of Two Tannery Road say they want to build on the restaurant's "great foundation. " They're keeping all the wait and kitchen staff, and the same chef will still be preparing meals there. Some of those employees have … more
BRATTLEBORO — Detectives from Brattleboro Police's Criminal Investigation Division developed probable cause to charge Jonathan S. Lenois, 25, of Brattleboro, with assault and robbery in connection to a robbery that occurred during the early … more
By Mike FaherVTDiggerBELLOWS FALLS — A private equity firm has finalized its acquisition of Sovernet Communications, a Bellows Falls company that maintains a fiber optic network stretching across Vermont and New York.The sale to Oak Hill … more
STRATTON — The Select Board recognized the long service of Joann Liller, who retired from the Board of Auditors this year.Greg Marcucci was elected Selectman for a three-year term. Al Dupell was elected Selectman for a one-year term. Kevin … more
BRATTLEBORO — Town officials have proposed increasing the speed limit on the portion of Route 142 between Royal Road and where the state highway begins. The Select Board on March 7 supported the initiative to change the limit from 25 miles per … more
Feb. 23 - The Windham County Sheriff's Office cited Lance A. Wilkins, 30, of Vernon, for driving with a criminally suspended license. Wilkins' vehicle was stopped on Franklin Road in Vernon after being seen driving. Subsequent investigation led to the … more
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