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MONTPELIER — A panel of lawmakers approved a plan Thursday to reduce the current year's state budget by $12.6 million.The rescission came in the wake of a revenue downgrade in July.After hearing the Scott administration's proposal and a few … more
BRATTLEBORO — The Brattleboro Retreat and Turning Point of Windham County will be presenting "Sharing Our Stories: A Writers for Recovery Public Reading," on Monday at Brooks Memorial Library, 224 Main St. The reading will begin at 7 p.m. … more
WESTMINSTER — On Saturday, Aug. 26, the First Congregational Church of Westminster will again celebrate the 250th anniversary for the church.Established in 1767, this church was the first congregational church in the State of Vermont. The … more
BELLOWS FALLS — There's something new under the sun. In the Green Mountain State of Vermont, the village of Bellows Falls is seeing one key to neighborhood revitalization through the tiny house movement.Work has just been completed on the … more
July 21 - At just past midnight, officers from the Bellows Falls Police Department encountered Christopher Paige Jr., 36, of Bellows Falls, in a vehicle on Cherry Hill Street in the Village of Bellows Falls. Paige was found to be in violation of his … more
DUMMERSTON — In 1917, two young women, Sarah Bradley and Grace Holbrook, opened a special place for girls to learn life skills that they could later bring back to their communities. Now, in 2017, the camp is a thriving wonderland of fun, magic … more
WESTMINSTER — At Kurn Hattin Homes for Children, this has been a summer filled with children swimming, farming, fishing, camping, enjoying arts and crafts, and trips to local watering holes and museums. But now that summer is coming to a … more
BRATTELBRORO — Imagine living your entire life in a refugee camp. The only way to a life filled without terror and nightmares is through education.Bahati Kanyamanza, an SIT global scholar, is using COBURWAS International Youth Organization to … more
PUTNEY — Eighty students from eight elementary and middle schools in southeast Windham County recently gathered on the Landmark College campus to get a jump-start on the academic year.The Middle School Leadership Training Program offered two … more
BRATTLEBORO — All Brown Bag Lunch events 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. On Monday, Aug. 21, join instructor Patrick Cavanaugh for an introduction to Tai … more
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