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The Vermont State Senate passed the Global Warming Solutions Act into law on Tuesday, overriding Gov. Phil Scott's veto of the climate change policy bill.... [Read More]
Editor of the Reformer, Unsurprisingly, Deb Billado's screed against the Global Warming Solutions Act ('Wrong time for the Global Warming Solutions Act,' Sept. 15,... [Read More]
Editor of the Reformer, A recent letter to the editor by Andrew Torre ('Who supports Trump?') stated: 'Polls indicate that the bulk of... [Read More]
Editor of the Reformer, As a white resident of South Newfane, I am watching as the national reckoning around our country's deeply-embedded systemic racism... [Read More]
Come browse a display of some formerly banned or challenged books at the Rockingham Library during Banned Books Week, Sept. 27 to Oct. 3. Then,... [Read More]
The New Hampshire Division of Forests & Lands will be leading an informational walk on the north end of Pisgah State Park on Wednesday, Oct.... [Read More]
In the wake of street messages proclaiming that 'BLM is racist,' towns in southeastern Vermont find themselves in an awkward situation. Activists want more than... [Read More]
Senior Solutions will be offering a Medicare class via Zoom at 10 a.m. Friday, Sept. 25. Call the helpline at 802-885-2669 to be added to... [Read More]
The West River Community Market is accepting orders through Wednesday for this weekend's market. Pick-up times will be from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept.... [Read More]
First Congregational Church will host a yard sale/food sale from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 26, on the church lawn. Household items only,... [Read More]
The Deerfield Valley Lions will be sponsoring the Lions International Peace Poster Contest once again. The event is open to any student ages 11, 12... [Read More]
Traditionally on the first weekend in November Westminster Cares invites the community to honor those residents in town who are 90 years and older. This... [Read More]
Vermont State Police investigators have identified the victim of a homicide whose remains were discovered approximately one year ago in southeastern Bennington County. ... [Read More]
The town is looking for a finance director again. In a news release issued Monday, Town Manager Peter Elwell announced that Andre Jaeger... [Read More]
All active, registered voters in Vermont will be receiving ballots for the general election by mail thanks to a directive from Secretary of State Jim... [Read More]
Kurn Hattin Homes for Children has voluntarily surrendered its license to provide residential treatment to children. After receiving reports of recent sexual abuse... [Read More]
On Sept. 16, Vernon's town administrator, Maggie Tuck-Sauer, only two months on the job, submitted her letter of resignation. Then, on Sunday, the... [Read More]
The race for lieutenant governor took an unexpected turn Monday as state Sen. Debbie Ingram, D-Chittenden, who unsuccessfully ran for the office in the Democratic... [Read More]
Brattleboro Reformer VERNON — The Vernon Selectboard announced Sunday that it is suspending operations of the Vernon Volunteer Fire Department, with arrangements made for... [Read More]
Editor of the Reformer, As a Brattleboro town meeting representative, I want to thank all of the individuals who made our town's first virtual... [Read More]
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