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DORSET, Vt. —The search for a missing Bennington College student at the Dorset Quarry has been called off for today, according to Vermont State Police. They will resume the search there tomorrow. more
BRATTLEBORO — Proponents of a plastic-bag ban are petitioning for it to come to a vote."I just got to the post office," Dr. Timothy Maciel told the Reformer on Friday afternoon. "I was going to freeze my butt off here."He was planning to go to … more
BELLOWS FALLS - The place refugees are calling home in this part of southern Vermont is Rutland. "How can we help?" was the question on the minds of attendees during a meeting at Bellows Falls United Church on Sunday, Oct. 23. The easy answer … more
BRATTLEBORO - An oven explosion at Back Roads Granola in the Cotton Mill sent one man to the hospital earlier this week. The Brattleboro Fire Department responded to the Brattleboro Development … more
VERNON - Since February, Vermont Yankee has shipped away nearly 400,000 gallons of polluted water via tanker truck. But those trucks are not departing from the shut-down Vernon nuclear plant … more
DOVER - Even though a film festival has been quite successful in Dover, the executive director is moving it to Manchester. Independent Television and Film Festival Executive Director Phil Gilpin … more
BRATTLEBORO - Olga Peters says she has "really big, huge shoes" to fill in taking over Tim "Johnson" Arsenault's position as news director at WTSA. Peters' previous employment included residential … more
BRATTLEBORO — A Vernon man who was acquitted of a felony charge of attempting to elude a police officer is being investigated for giving false testimony during his trial. On Nov. 26, 2015, at just before 2 a.m. Jean Shippee, 53, of Vernon, was … more
DUMMERSTON - Scott Farm is asking the state for permission to put on more educational events. Part of the reasoning involves The Stone Trust, a nonprofit that teaches dry stonewalling - building stone walls the old-fashioned way, without any … more
BRATTLEBORO — With less money to work with, Senior Meals is worried about the future.A little more than half of the non-profit organization's funding comes through the Older Americans Act, a federal program. Another source is grants "funneled … more
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