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PUTNEY — On Thursday, March 23, 20 individuals from 15 countries convened at The Grammar School to become naturalized United States citizens.Organized by the fifth- and sixth-grade classes at the school, the ceremony was led by Judge Colleen … more
DOVER — The failure of a $4.7 million bond for upgrades at North Branch Fire District's wastewater treatment plant — by one vote — will send the Prudential Committee back to the drawing table.District taxpayers voted by Australian … more
CONCORD, N.H. — National Grid on Tuesday announced a transmission project that would bring up to 1,200 megawatts of clean energy from Canada to the New England power grid and run along existing lines in Vermont and New Hampshire.National Grid … more
LUDLOW — State regulators have approved a massive Windsor County solar array that will be four times the size of any such project built in Vermont so far.The Coolidge Solar project, to be built in Ludlow and Cavendish, will be capable of … more
The Reformer publishes calendar submissions as a courtesy on a first-come, first served basis. Calendar submissions must be limited to the bare facts. Submit calendar listings to at least a week ahead of the date of publication. … more
BRATTLEBOROSEVCA to hold client representative electionSoutheastern Vermont Community Action (SEVCA), the anti-poverty agency serving Windham & Windsor counties, will be holding a public election during the week of April 3 rd to elect a … more
We recently reviewed the top three reported frauds in 2016 by the Vermont Attorney General's office. As noted, we were unable to obtain a similar listing from neighboring states but unofficial surveys show a high degree of similarity in what has … more
BRATTLEBORO — Kate O'Connor says she's looking forward to taking on the chairwoman position, which comes at a time when the board can focus on the future more so than it has been able to in the recent past.With the search and then hiring of a … more
This week's topics include Brattleboro Representative Town Meeting Round-Up; new select board sworn in; Twin Valley getting set to sue the state; WSWMD compost/recycling decisions and a rally for migrant justice. more
Chris Lenois and The Reformer's Chris Mays look at how Brattleboro’s new select board positions shook out at Monday’s meeting. more
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