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Brattleboro Police officers responded to Green Street School on Friday for a report that at around 7:45 a.m. someone had approached an 11 year old... [Read More]
We have just completed our first week of the new legislative biennium. A few highlights to share with you. My drive up on Wednesday morning,... [Read More]
I hope that anyone reading this has had the privilege of seeing our state capitol with its golden dome set against the Green Mountains which... [Read More]
The town is adding new features to the parking system in response to the expressed wishes of the public.The number one concern raised last year... [Read More]
The Brattleboro Fire Department is urging area residents to be prepared for extreme cold and significant snow accumulation with the approach of Winter Storm ... [Read More]
With the New Year and the New Legislature started, will this be the year, you visit 'Your' House, the Vermont Statehouse?Vermont's Statehouse, aka, The People's... [Read More]
The new generation of motorcyclists are the ones that will see the greatest transition in motorcycling history. For so many good reasons, motorcycles are changing,... [Read More]
It was 1882 when the Brattleboro Public Library opened on Main Street. The library was located in a room in the Town Hall. There had... [Read More]
The Twin Valley varsity boys basketball team took a 31-point lead in the first 24 minutes of Thursday's game and went on to beat West... [Read More]
Jaida Henry was named to the New England Rugby All-Star team, which will compete in the North/South Tournament this weekend in St. Petersburg, Fla.'I feel... [Read More]
The leftover funds from bonds issued for police and fire station upgrades are proposed to go toward three final projects.They had been deemed 'highly desirable... [Read More]
When the first 15 minutes of action came to an end on Wednesday evening at Memorial Park, it felt like trainers should have been giving... [Read More]
I love hot and spicy peppers. As a young man I lived in West Africa for nearly 10 years, first as a traveler, then as... [Read More]
Editor of the Reformer:Vermont is said to be unfriendly to business and jobs. Not Brattleboro.Saving the Long Falls Paperboard mill (formerly Neenah) demonstrates yet again... [Read More]
Editor of the Reformer:Governor Phil Scott's administration is engaged in a self-described thought experiment titled, 'Designing Our Future: A Blueprint for Vermont's Education System.' The... [Read More]
Editor of the Reformer:So much attention to the goddess Ceres atop the golden dome in Montpelier and none paid the nefarious characters beneath her feet.... [Read More]
Gov. Phil Scott repeatedly proclaims his dedication to making Vermont more affordable, growing the economy and protecting the most vulnerable. His administration's latest education proposal,... [Read More]
Health Care and Rehabilitation Services (HCRS), southeastern Vermont's community mental-health agency, has elected Michelle Bos-Lun and Stephen Greene to its Board of Directors. …... [Read More]
With the last of nine section hikes now in the pack, the year 2018 marks the completion of the 50-mile Wantastiquet-Monadnock Hiking Trail. This trail,... [Read More]
An attorney for Hermitage Club founder Jim Barnes and the Hermitage Inn Real Estate Holding Company LLC is questioning how litigation should move forward without... [Read More]