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WILMINGTON — With state permitting struggles and the unseasonably warm winter of 2015 behind the Hermitage Club, its founder and president says the company is "building back momentum." "I thought it would be better for everybody to just hear … more
BRATTLEBORO — More than two years after its inception, a wood heat program fueled by a $1.6 million allocation from Vermont Yankee appears to be kicking into high gear.Windham Wood Heat Initiative, which promotes high-efficiency wood boiler … more
ROCKINGHAM — When you think about it, each of America's 50 states is closely associated with specific foods--from Maryland crab cakes, Florida key lime pie and Texas brisket to Georgia peaches, Maine lobsters and Wisconsin cheese. But how did … more
BRATTLEBORO — The New England Center for Circus Arts has been working hard to get its brand new space ready for expanded programming this fall. The coaches and administrative team report that equipment has been installed, inspected, checked … more
BRATTLEBORO — Before the eighth annual Ride for Heroes at the Brattleboro Retreat kicked off on Saturday morning, Windham County Sheriff Keith Clark, the keynote speaker, spoke about how one day, 15 months ago, he drove to the Retreat with a … more
Reformer StaffKEENE, N.H. — A self-proclaimed white supremacist who was recently featured in a Vice news documentary on the clash in Charlottesville, Va., which aired on HBO, is wanted by police in Albemarle County in Virginia for illegal use … more
BRATTLEBORO — About a year-and-a-half ago, Jessica Greene was running a maternal support group when a mother approached her with a problem: She couldn't find proper childcare while undergoing addiction treatment."It just seemed like it was a … more
DUMMERSTON — A property dispute over the West River Trail is bringing parties back to court on Monday.The two groups — Dummerston resident Melvin Mayo and the Friends of West River Trail — disagree on who owns the trailhead at Rice … more
BELLOWS FALLS — The Bellows Falls Area Senior Center serves lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m., Monday through Friday, until sold out and is open to area seniors. There is a $3.50 suggested donation for those seniors over the age of 60. No … more
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