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BRATTLEBORO — Saturday was a busy day for this progressive community.C Changing the name in which the town celebrates Columbus Day to Indigenous People's Day was met with unanimous support at Representative Town Meeting at Brattleboro Area Middle School, where the town's budget was amended to include $10,000 for an organization that would pay an energy coordinator and a resolution was adopted to voice concerns about President Donald Trump. more
SEARSBURG — Roused from his slumber, the black bear strolled out of his den sooner than expected earlier this month and decided to sun himself on a bed of softwood branches.Enter a group of wildlife researchers and college students conducting … more
BRATTLEBORO — Vermont officials claim they're missing some critical environmental information needed to evaluate the proposed sale of Vermont Yankee.At a meeting in Brattleboro Thursday night, representatives from the state Agency of Natural … more
MondayBellows FallsBFUHS School Board: 6:30 p.m., at Bellows Falls Union High School.BrattleboroBrattleboro Select Board: Special organizational meeting, 5:30 p.m., in the Select Board Meeting Room at the Municipal Center.Brattleboro Citizen Police … more
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DOVER — A man accused of firing a gun during a dispute at a party was charged with aggravated assault.Max A. Peyton, 25, of Dover, was arraigned in Windham Superior Court Criminal Division on March 10. He pleaded not guilty to a felony charge … more
BRATTLEBORO — Despite one Select Board member's attempts to freeze utility rates, they will continue to rise as planned under town ordinance."I personally believe that holding the rate, you're still going to exceed the expectation of what you … more
DOVER — North Branch Fire District #1 customers are considering a bond for approximately $4.7 million for a project officials say will result in a wastewater treatment facility "ready for the future" and capable of meeting the highest effluent … more
VERMONT — John Halligan figured he was plugged into technology when he worked at industry titan IBM's former Essex Junction plant some 15 years ago. But after his teenage son Ryan committed suicide to escape cyberbullying, the father realized … more
BRATTELBORO — 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 Monday, March 27, there is no Brown Bag Lunch scheduledOn Tuesday, Bill … more
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