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WOODFORD — For the second year in a row, the family friendly Ziontific Summer Solstice Music Festival will rock the Prospect Mountain Ski area, from June 16 to 19, with reggae, funk and conscious hip-hop.The festival moved to Woodford in 2016 … more
BRATTLEBORO — During his testimony on Monday morning in the double homicide trial of Robin O'Neill, Vermont State Police Trooper Travis Valcourt told the court the defendant was "substantially impaired" at the time of her arrest. O'Neill's … more
BRATTLEBORO — All Brown Bag Lunch Presentations take place from noon to 1 p.m. at the Robert H. Gibson River Garden, 157 Main St., and are free and open to the public.Today, the performances of ethnomusicologist Dennis Waring and … more
MARLBORO — Robert Fisher was working in his mother's orchard Saturday, when he noticed smoke coming from her barn at 572 Shearer Hill Road. He ran to the house to call the fire department; by the time he got back outside the barn was fully engulfed. more
WHITINGHAM — Twin Valley Middle High School Principal Thomas Fitzgerald took a cue from Pink Floyd when addressing the Class of 2017: "Shine on you crazy diamonds," he said. more
BRATTLEBORO — In police cruiser camera footage shown during the first day of a double homicide trial, Robin O'Neill admitted to killing her fiancee. But her inebriation at the time the video was made and the lack of forensic evidence collected … more
GUILFORD — It's funny to think one visit, from one woman from African, to a small town in Vermont more than 15 years ago could lead to hundreds of trees planted, dozens of orphans helped, a new school, new opportunities and a bond strong … more
WESTMINSTER — On Sunday, the First Congregational Church on US Route 5 will celebrate 250 years as a church and everyone in the community is invited.There will be a special service at 10 a.m., recalling the church's past, give thanks for the … more
Harmony Birch, Hbirch@reformer.comBELLOWS FALLS — The Robertson Paper Mill has been a vacant building for years. It is what Emmett Dunbar, director of development for the town of Rockingham calls "structurally unsound."The winters have been … more
Special to the ReformerSouth Shaftsbury — A Professor of Chemistry at the United States Naval Academy, who is also the president of the national Robert Frost Society, will open the "Sunday Afternoons with Robert Frost" series at the Stone … more
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