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Editor of the Reformer: There's a voracious appetite in corporate America, and one of its gyms just opened in Brattleboro. It all looks so... [Read More]
Defensive awareness and excessive fouls proved to be troublesome for the Mount St. Joseph boys basketball team on Friday, falling in its season finale at... [Read More]
Join with Brattleboro Solidarity at 118 Elliot Street at 5 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 29, for a presentation and discussion of the 2013 film 'Dirty Wars.'... [Read More]
In 1888 the General Assembly of the State of Vermont passed an act to create a Revised Roster of Vermont troops in the War of... [Read More]
Leap Year Day is coming up and BrattleMasters are preparing. 'What to do with an extra day' is the theme chosen by the emcee, Lee... [Read More]
The Boys & Girls Club of Brattleboro invites community members to attend the annual Youth of the Year ceremony at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 26,... [Read More]
The Brattleboro Retreat is in a bad way. News articles about a possible closure and highly critical letters published by patients' relatives and employees depict... [Read More]
When Nash Patel was 10 years old, growing up in Hyderabad, India, he learned to make dosas from his mother. She had been making them... [Read More]
Circus performers who have trained in this community have set sail to take their tricks around the world. 'It's been a really amazing... [Read More]
With Brattleboro voting overwhelmingly to become part of the international Charter for Compassion, the Reformer and The Commons have agreed to publish a 'compassion story... [Read More]
People of all abilities are welcome to an afternoon of comedy improv to explore L'Arche in Vermont, this Sunday from 3 to 5 p.m. at... [Read More]
Trinity Lutheran Church, 161 Western Ave., will offer special healing services on Thursdays during Lent, which begins this week. Everyone is invited to share this... [Read More]
On Thursday evening, the Brattleboro Union High School varsity boys basketball team clinched its first league title in over 10 years. The next mission... [Read More]
Editor of the Reformer, I was glad to see the coverage of the Brattleboro Union High School Nordic ski team's championship home meet, and... [Read More]
Editor of the Reformer, Many endorsements for the Brattleboro Select Board tout the candidate's open-mindedness, integrity, intelligence and compassion. If you have heard David... [Read More]
Do you like trees? They reduce energy use, provide erosion control, and help control storm water runoff. The Brattleboro Tree Advisory Board... [Read More]
Woodlands for Wildlife and the Windham Regional Woodland Association are teaming up to offer special 'pop-up' forums on Passing Lands. There will... [Read More]
COMMUNITY Brown Bag Lunch Series: Municipal Data Currencies Matrices with Rikki Risatti, noon, Robert H. Gibson River Garden, 157 Main St., Brattleboro. ... [Read More]
A childhood board game involving candy and colorful squares became a full-size treat at the Brooks Memorial Library, in Brattleboro, Vt., as people acted as... [Read More]
A 92-year-old Holocaust survivor will share his story at two upcoming presentations in town: At 7 p.m. Tuesday at Heartstorm Farmstead, 1130 Upper Dummerston Road;... [Read More]
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