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WEST BRATTLEBORO — A female pedestrian was hit crossing the road near 830 Western Ave. on Friday afternoon.The victim was taken to Brattleboro Memorial Hospital, and then taken by helicopter to Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, according to … more
WEST BRATTLEBORO — A female pedestrian who was struck while crossing the road near 830 Western Ave. on Friday afternoon has died, police said Saturday.Police are withholding the 58-year-old woman's name until family members have been … more
BRATTLEBORO — Coaches at the New England Center for Circus Arts were still on strike Sunday, following a Saturday meeting between coaches and Gordon Bristol, of Gordon Bristol Consulting, Williamsville. Though not a board member, Bristol … more
Editor's Note: The Reformer solicited area high schools for graduating seniors to profile. This suggestion came from Twin Valley High School.WHITINGHAM — The Twin Valley High School Class of 2017 is ready for the real world, senior Chad … more
BRATTLEBORO — The Brattleboro Police Department was assisted by the Brattleboro Fire Department and Rescue Inc. in conducting a high-angle rescue on Canal Street in Brattleboro, after a man who ran from a police officer fell down a large … more
BRATTLEBORO — Brenton Lott, 27, of Marlboro, was called to testify in the case of State vs. Robin O'Neill Friday morning."I saw my father at the funeral home with bullet holes in him," Lott said when asked when he last saw his father, Steven … more
WEST BRATTLEBORO — Rebop Farm's topography cannot be ignored. "It's a hill farm, and it's got a great view," said Ashlyn McClurg, farm co-owner. "And it's like living on a stair stepper." The West Brattleboro farm on Sunset Lake Road can be … more
DUMMERSTON — A perfect spot for the first ever New England Street Food Festival was found in a wooded area in the back of Kampfires Campground. The same team that owns the Whetstone Station Restaurant and Brewery — David Hiler, and Tim … more
WALPOLE, N.H. — Caitlin and Chris Caserta are excited about food. They started Walpole Valley Farms without much knowledge of farming, but they taught themselves because they were interested in agriculture and raising local meats. Now they're … more
HINSDALE, N.H. — What might it cost to preserve a piece of Hinsdale's fire response history? About $10,000, give or take a few pennies.If Donna Suskawicz is unable to raise that money before the end of next week, Hope Engine Co. No. 1 on Canal … more
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