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Jazz has always spoken to me in a way that no other musical genre could. When I listen to jazz I don't need any lyrics... [Read More]
State officials may be close to resolving their differences with the current and prospective owners of Vermont Yankee, potentially paving the way for the plant... [Read More]
About four weeks into this so-called presidency I lost the ability to say that this situation has hit a new low, yet, here we are... [Read More]
Dr. Steven Shapiro, Vermont's Chief Medical Examiner, has been placed on paid administrative leave by the state while it does an internal investigation, according to... [Read More]
Cross-country skiers training with Stratton Mountain School are contenders for spots on a United States team heading to Pyeongchang County, South Korea, for the Winter... [Read More]
BRATTLEBORO —Doctors are trying out a new tool - videoconferencing - that might fix two persistent problems in southern Vermont psychiatric care.The increasing use of... [Read More]
Kevin Regan found housing with the help of local programs after 10 years of homelessness. Regan said he cannot work due to health issues but... [Read More]
With only six months left on the job, Municipal Manager Shane O'Keefe has a hefty list of goals to accomplish. O'Keefe announced at a Dec.... [Read More]
New efforts are being made to raise funds for a $1.3 million snowboarding sculpture at the site of the original Burton Snowboards factory in Londonderry.... [Read More]
Brad Peacock has served his country once, and on Sunday the Shaftsbury farmer announced that he hopes to do so once again - this time... [Read More]
It is 2018. Can you believe it? I can't. Where did the time go?!Five years ago I sent in my very first column. It didn't... [Read More]
If you've ever had the feeling that obtaining information about your government is hard to come by in Vermont, you're not alone. There are more... [Read More]
Editor of the Reformer: After our recent visit from Winter Storm Grayson, I want to thank postal employees for making every reasonable effort throughout this... [Read More]
Editor of the Reformer:The Vermont Coalition for Vaccine Choice is sponsoring a showing of the film 'The Pathological Optimist,' about the persecution of Dr. Andrew... [Read More]
During a 911 call Wednesday, dispatchers with the Brattleboro Police Department could hear a woman screaming and the sounds of a struggle in the background.Despite... [Read More]
Arianna Harrison, of Vernon, has scored 40 points in her last three games combined for the Norwich University women's basketball team.The senior had a double-double... [Read More]
The Leland & Gray varsity boys basketball team went 2-1 this week, including victories over Black River and Springfield.Dakota Fillion (14 points), Kaie Quigley (13),... [Read More]
The ninth annual Hoot - Toot & Whistle 5K Snowshoe Race and Hike is scheduled for Jan. 20 on the Catamount Trail at 10 a.m.... [Read More]
The fifth annual 'Hoops for Hope Country Strong' event will be held at Leland & Gray Union Middle High School next week.The Rebels will host... [Read More]
January is Vermont's coldest month. Here in Brattleboro, January's average temperature is 22 degrees Fahrenheit. It is not as cold as northern parts of the... [Read More]