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Editor of the Reformer: With deep breaths and heavy hearts, it's time to share with the world and our beloved and faithful clientele, that... [Read More]
Editor of the Reformer: I have always believed that one of the basic laws of economics is that of supply and demand. We have... [Read More]
Editor of the Reformer: What first drew me to Molly Gray was learning that she grew up on a vegetable and dairy farm in... [Read More]
There's good news for folks who've had to learn to cut their own hair in the past two months. On Friday, the state allowed hair... [Read More]
John Hagen of Guilford has declared his candidacy for High Bailiff of Windham County and is seeking the Democratic nomination. In December 2019, Hagen... [Read More]
It won't be your typical graduation ceremony for the Hinsdale High School Class of 2020, but it promises to be quite memorable. The festivities... [Read More]
Democrats in two northern Windham County legislative districts - Windham-3 and Windham-4 - will have a decision to make in the August 11 primary. ... [Read More]
The Brattleboro Recreation and Parks Department will open the Living Memorial Park Pool / Rotary Water Playground for the season on Saturday, June 20, at... [Read More]
What do children in France, California and Guilford, Vermont have in common? They're all staying home these days, but thanks to the Guilford Free Library,... [Read More]
It's great to see that the Vermont Department of Health's Tobacco Control Program is serving as an effective tool to help people who smoke and... [Read More]
Usually at this point in the year, the legislative session would be over. This year's budget adjustment would be in place. Next fiscal year's budget... [Read More]
Sarah Linn and Kayla Wood both kept their word. Linn, who guaranteed a softball state championship following a quarterfinal victory in 1997, went 2-for-4... [Read More]
BELLOWS FALLS First Baptist Church This Sunday marks an informal return to Sunday services inside First Baptist Church of Bellows Falls at 9... [Read More]
BRATTLEBORO —William Forchion, a circus performer, writer and emcee, loves to be in front of an audience. 'Working with an audience is great because... [Read More]
Editor of the Reformer, Suzanna Jones' op-ed on the new Michael Moore documentary 'Planet of the Humans' misses what should be the two main... [Read More]
The Issues Committee of the Vermont Nuclear Decommissioning Citizens Advisory Panel (VT NDCAP) will hold a special meeting on Wednesday, June 3, from 6 to... [Read More]
Editor of the Reformer, I was pleased to read Leslie Goldman's announcement of her candidacy for the Windham-3 seat in the Vermont House of... [Read More]
SIT Graduate Institute is launching its first doctorate program, a hybrid EdD in Global Education grounded in SIT's experiential learning model and combining online coursework... [Read More]
Though the deal has yet to be finalized, the founder of Democracy Builders announced Thursday that he wants to develop a new model for higher... [Read More]
Green Up Day, a volunteer roadside cleanup effort, will be a little different this year as coronavirus concerns are limiting gatherings. 'We definitely... [Read More]
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