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WILMINGTON — One of the minds behind a proposed pop-up restaurant says it's time to revise the town's sewer ordinance."Trends are different in the industry these days," said Kat Matos, who had plans to serve food out of the Nutmeg Inn on Main … more
HINSDALE, N.H. — Students at Hinsdale High School vaccinated horses, attended to a vehicle accident and taught classes Friday morning as part of the Extended Learning Opportunities program, which took the entire campus to demonstrate what … more
BRATTLEBORO — Four representatives of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission will travel to Brattleboro next week to discuss the proposed sale of Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant in Vernon.The NRC officials are scheduled to appear at a Vermont … more
BRATTLEBORO — Since 2012, when Strolling of the Heifers issued its first Locavore Index, the Green Mountain State has sat atop the list. The 2017 index, which was just released, is no different."We're based in Vermont," says Orly Munzing, … more
WEST DOVER — There's a reason SuperPark has its name.Snowboarder Magazine's annual event, which is in its 21st year, always has some of biggest jumps and features ever built. The top snowboarders from around the world are invited to be filmed … more
WESTMINSTER WEST — Duncan McDougall, the founder of the Children's Literacy Foundation, stood up in front of a room packed full of kindergartners and first-graders in Westminster West on Thursday morning.He walked back and forth making big-arm … more
BRATTLEBORO — When Vermont's winter homeless shelters close each spring, advocates often can do little more than solicit and distribute tents as a last resort. That's why Joshua Davis and several dozen friends decided to camp out in the center … more
BRATTLEBORO — Brattleboro Memorial Hospital saw a need and responded. The hospital was having trouble filling entry level medical positions. It was posting job openings for certified medical assistants and not getting any applicants. Despite … more
BRATTLEBORO — In the debate over Vermont Yankee decommissioning, there's been a common theme: The plant's spent fuel has got to go, and as soon as possible.Recently, however, a small but vocal group has been raising concerns about where that … more
WALPOLE, N.H. — Ernie and Susan Vose worked with the Monadnock Conservancy this spring to help protect their farmland. They love this land and have been caring for it for nearly half their lives. "I don't want to see our field messed up with … more
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