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PUTNEY — How does a children's picture book get made?Students in pre-kindergarten to grade three at Putney Central School had the opportunity to find out when author Jamie Scanlon and illustrator Ellen Tumavicus talked about their book, "Ralph … more
HINSDALE, N.H. — Tanner Nichols, a 2013 graduate from Hinsdale High School, will commission into the United States Navy from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, N.Y., on Friday, May 19, with a degree in nuclear engineering.Upon … more
WESTMINSTER — John Ragonese uses three words — lengthy, complicated and expensive — to describe the federal government's licensing process for hydroelectric dams.But he is promising that Great River Hydro, the new owner of the … more
SAXTONS RIVER — On Saturday March 11, after many months of planning and design, the VTech Company of Williamstown presented with pride a brand new 2017 Freightliner Tanker/Pumper Fire Truck to the Saxtons River Fire Department.In 2016 with the … more
BRATTLEBORO — On Thursday, March 30, the Brattleboro Lodge of Freemasons presented the Third Degree of Freemasonry to Captain Ron Hubbard, of the Brattleboro Fire Department, conferring upon him the distinction of being a Master Mason, and … more
BELLOWS FALLS — The Bellows Falls Area Senior Center, at 18 Tuttle Street, now offers three Bone Builders programs (six classes a week); call 802-463-3907 for days and times.The Book Club, in partnership with the Rockingham Free Public … more
BRATTLEBORO — The Brattleboro Police Department is warning people with dogs that leaving canines in motor vehicles in warmer weather is a serious concern for many. Leaving windows cracked, parking in the shade and leaving water in the vehicle … more
MONTPELIER — A legal-marijuana plan has resurfaced and passed the state Senate on a 21-9 vote on Friday, though it's highly unlikely the House will follow suit this year.On Wednesday, Senate Democrats revealed they will insert the entirety of … more
BRATTLEBORO — It's official.The town will now recognize Indigenous Peoples' Day on the second Monday in October in place of Columbus Day. "It's a small thing but it's highly symbolic for Brattleboro to make this move forward," said Rich … more
MONTPELIER — In a nearly unanimous vote, the Vermont House Thursday passed a bill designed to protect journalists from revealing confidential sources, even when threatened with a subpoena.The House voted 140-2 without debate to give final … more
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