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BRATTLEBORO — The woman Steven Lott allegedly spoke of marrying was one of several friends who took the stand Monday.Adair Jameson, who described herself as a family friend to Steven Lott, who was shot to death with his son, Jamis Lott, in … more
BRATTLEBORO — Main Street in downtown Brattleboro was flooded for a little while today, as were other roads around town. Flooding was so severe in downtown that water reached the steps of the Gibson Aiken Center.Hannah Tyler, the water and … more
BRATTLEBORO — All Brown Bag Lunch Presentations 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 Tuesday, June 20, America needs walkable communities — … more
SEARSBURG — The Vermont Public Service Board has denied a request for a cease and desist order to halt construction of the Deerfield Wind project along Route 8 in Searsburg and Readsboro.Thomas Shea, who owns property in … more
Senior lunchWilliamsville: On Thursday, June 22, at the Williamsville Town Hall, at noon, there will be lunch served for seniors. The menu includes meatloaf, garlic rosemary potatoes, succotash, tomato/mozzarella platter, garlic bread and blueberry … 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 news@reformer.com at least a week ahead of the date of publication. … more
TUESDAYBrattleboroBrattleboro Select Board: 6:15 p.m., Select Board Meeting Room, Municipal Center, 230 Main St. The Board will convene at 5:15 p.m. and hold interviews for a committee position, and then is expected to enter into executive session … more
BRATTLEBORO — For libraries, summer time means summer reading.This year's theme at Brooks Memorial Library is "Build A Better World," and the Children's Room will be busy providing new programs and continuing with previous popular summer … more
WESTMINSTER — "It's alive in here!" says science teacher Tom Fontaine, referring to the 25 newly hatched chicks peeping from a pen in his laboratory classroom at Kurn Hattin Homes for Children. Looking like fuzzy yellow baseballs, it's hard to … more
MONTPELIER — Scores of dairy farm workers and activists marched Saturday to a Ben & Jerry's factory to push for better pay and living conditions on farms that provide milk for the ice cream maker that takes pride in its social … more
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