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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
BRATTLEBORO — A drink of water.For Andy Leclaire, the simple things in life — his wife, his family, the game of baseball, a drink of water — always brought him the most pleasure. more
BRATTLEBORO — A three-alarm fire closed Putney Road to traffic Tuesday morning as firefighters from at least seven departments battled a blaze that would consume a warehouse filled with wooden pallets. The warehouse, which sits behind the … more
BRATTLEBORO — Panelists at a homelessness forum Thursday seemed hopeful about updates provided to the community.There's the Lamplighter Inn, where the Windham & Windsor Housing Trust is hoping to make long-term housing available for … more
PUTNEY — The Putney General Store, established in the 1790s, is having a devil of a time staying open in its fourth century. Just don't call it cursed. more
BRATTLEBORO — The insurance company holding the policy for the Chicken Pox — the boat owned by Nathan Carman of Vermont, which sank on Sept. 18, 2016, with his mother presumably on board — has canceled his policy coverage "because … more
, Jan. 1- At 5 a.m.: the Dover Police Department received a report of a motor vehicle crash involving a pedestrian. Officers arrived and determined that a Vermont registered Subaru Impreza had gone off Mountainview Loop due to the icy road conditions. … more
BRATTLEBORO — Local residents demanded the immediate release of three detained immigration-rights activists on Tuesday. "We're here today to show our support of the Migrant Justice leaders and community members who have been arrested by ICE[Immigration and Customs Enforcement] within the last week," protest coordinator Alex Fischer, of the Root Social Justice Center, said into a megaphone at downtown Brattleboro's Pliny Park. "We're all here to say free Kike, free Zully, free Alex and not one more." more
TOWNSHEND — Students at Leland & Gray Union Middle and High School are not shy about their appreciation for the theater productions that take them from creating the stage to acting out the parts in the script and everything that falls in between. more
BRATTLEBORO — Vermont Senate Majority Leader Becca Balint says that shortly after high school, she shaved her hair into a mohawk and moved to New York City. more
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