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COLEBROOK, N.H. — Twenty years ago, an angry loner with a gun murdered four people, two of them state troopers, in the New Hampshire town of Colebrook, wounded four other officers and was killed in a shootout with police in Vermont.Today, … more
MONTPELIER — Vermonters with incomes near the federal poverty line stand to lose more in benefits than they would gain from an increased minimum wage if they have young children, experts told the Minimum Wage Study Committee on Thursday.The … more
RUTLAND — The Paramount Theatre was the host of a naturalization ceremony last Tuesday, during which 71 people from 26 countries became United States citizens. As people entered and departed, they were greeted by Windham County residents with … more
BRATTLEBORO — There's good news for shoppers and business owners. Alternative paths to establishments in the work zone will be created as needed while improvements are made to the Harmony Lot. "During construction, all businesses are still … more
A Vermont advocacy group has joined 450 organizations in suing the Environmental Protection Agency over new rules on toxic chemicals that critics say were improperly written by a chemical industry lobbyist.The rules are supposed to put in place an … more
TUESDAYBrattleboroBrattleboro Select Board: Meeting cancelled. The next regular meeting will be held on Tuesday, September 5, at 6:15 p.m., in the Select Board Meeting Room at the Municipal Center.DoverDover Select Board: 6:30 p.m., Dover Town … more
DOVER — Steve Neratko is ready to help a winter wonderland expand its offerings and economic opportunities. "I'm really excited," the new economic development director for the town of Dover said recently. "It brings different challenges but a … 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
ALGIERS — Can you imagine living in a 100 percent sustainable community? The Village of Algiers is contemplating doing just that by taking up the Living Community Challenge.So far, Friends of Algiers Village, Guilford Preservation Inc., … more
BOSTON — Proposals are flooding in to help Massachusetts ramp up its reliance on renewable energy, including solar, wind and hydropower.The state has received nearly four dozen bids for a contract to add more renewable power to its energy … more
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