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JAMAICA — Alex and Dean Fraser claim that they're not pros in any one thing."That's our whole philosophy," Alex said. "And that's what a general store is, the one-stop shop. more
TOWNSHEND — For the first time in more than five years, pedestrians can safely set foot on the historic Scott Covered Bridge.A contractor has finished an extensive, $2.35 million rehabilitation of the wooden structure that stretches 277 feet … more
VERNON — The school budget is coming up for a third, and local officials hope, final vote."If it doesn't pass again, we're going to have some serious problems," said School Board Chairman Mike Hebert, also state representative for Windham-1. … more
Brattleboro Area Adult Day Services, also known as The Gathering Place, recently received a $10,000 Quality of Life grant from the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation. The award was one of 102 grants totaling $721,425 awarded by the Reeve … more
BRATTLEBORO — Organizers of Brattleboro's Independence Day celebration are launching a public fundraising effort to help pay for the town's 44th annual free family event.The "By the People: Brattleboro Goes Fourth" citizens committee will mark … more
Associated PressAccording to a press release from Gov. Scott:I am returning this bill to the Legislature. I am, however, offering a path forward that takes a much more thorough look at what public health, safety and education policies are needed … more
Host Chris Lenois and the Reformer's Chris Mays talk town pool budget drama in Brattleboro. more
Host Chris Lenois and the Reformer's Chris Mays chat about the Wilmington fire chief's exit, a site visit at Saddle Ridge, the Brattleboro town pool and a parking study. more
BRATTLEBORO — "Staying the course" as town staff suggested, the Select Board approved the Utilities Fund budget with the annual increases laid out over a schedule of five years."We don't want to draw the balance down too low," Town Manager … more
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