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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
MONDAYBrattleboroBrattleboro Development Review Board: 7 p.m., in the Select Board meeting room at the Municipal Center.DoverDover Planning Commission: 7 p.m., Dover Town Office.Dover School Board: 6 p.m., at Dover Elementary School.River Valleys … more
JACKSONVILLE — A second alarm fire destroyed a barn early Sunday morning, but firefighters were able to keep two nearby homes from suffering a similar fate. "Look," said Rosemary Tefft, owner of the barn and accompanying home, "The flag still … more
HINSDALE, N.H. — Grey skies and a slight occasional raindrop could not dampen the spirits of the Hinsdale High School Class of 2017 as they marched into their graduation ceremony Saturday morning."This has been the best senior class," … more
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