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Police are investigating a fire believed to be intentionally set in the vacant ChemCo building on Paper Mill Road.Bellows Falls Fire Chief Shawn McGinnis said... [Read More]
Editor of the Reformer,I read in the weekend Reformer about the EPA allowing the use of bee-killing pesticides. Bees are significant pollinators of much of... [Read More]
Editor of the Reformer,Ignorance, racism, and poverty are perpetuated by education that avoids such delicate subjects to please our politicians. A majority of college-educated white... [Read More]
Editor of the Reformer,Thank you for printing Brandie Starr's exploration of what we mere mortals can do in this time of addictive drugs ('Letter: 'What... [Read More]
BRATTLEBORO REFORMERPeople check out classic cars during Brattleboro on Wheels event that was hosted by the Rotary Club at the Retreat Farm on Saturday, June... [Read More]
ART Brattleboro Museum & Art Center: Photographer Dona Ann McAdams will discuss her life and work with Marlboro College Professor of American Studies Kate Ratcliff,... [Read More]
Come to downtown Wilmington on Saturday from 5 to 7 p.m. for the first of this summer's Wilmington Village Strolls.The theme of the stroll is... [Read More]
Dan Snow, one of the nation's premier dry stone wall builders and master craftsmen, who also happens to be a Dummerston resident, will talk about... [Read More]
BRATTLEBORO REFORMERJulia Schwing flies on the ropes during the performance 'Spicy Spies,' a play campers created during their week-long summer camp at New England Center... [Read More]
The friendly relationship between two neighboring towns has gotten a bit testy over the Rockingham Recycling Center.The town of Rockingham and the village of Bellows... [Read More]
In recent years, as Vermont residents have become more aware of wildlife issues, there has been a growing realization that the management of wildlife has... [Read More]
The Windham County Dental Center hasn't even been open for two months yet and it has already seen more than 110 patients to whom it's... [Read More]
Advocates for the homeless have an ally in town government. At the same meeting last Tuesday in which the Select Board approved a $100,000 grant... [Read More]
Will Franklin was the first athlete inducted into the Southern Vermont Decathlon (formerly the Brattleboro Decathlon) Hall of Fame on July 14.Franklin graduated from Brattleboro... [Read More]
MONDAYBellows FallsRockingham School Board: Special meeting, 5 p.m. at the Windham Northeast Supervisory Union Central Office, 25 Cherry Hill St.DoverDover Planning Commission: 7 p.m., Dover... [Read More]
Diane Echlin, the owner of Diane Echlin Ceramics in Newfane, shapes a bowl on her wheel on Friday, July 12, 2019. Echlin will be one... [Read More]
Cliff from Wilmington points out how I wrote recently that I was 'raised in Oklahoma.' First of all, thanks for not making some sort of... [Read More]
TCC Brattleboro at 801 Putney Road is participating in a backpack giveaway organized by the nation's largest Verizon Authorized Wireless Retailer.Round Room LLC, of Carmel,... [Read More]
Between 75 and 100 people gathered at Pliny Park Friday night for a Lights for Liberty Vigil against the imprisonment of children and families at... [Read More]
This past Tuesday, the Select Board split 2-2 on an informal vote on whether to hire a sustainability coordinator, and deferred the final vote until... [Read More]
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