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The harvest season can be a bit challenging for the Vermont Foodbank, which works with farmers all over the state, accepting their extra produce as it becomes available.
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Brattleboro prides itself on being a hub of artistic endeavor and display. It is rumored there are more artists than cows in Windham County, and the region boasts of incredible art exhibits, concerts, theater, film, performance art, as well as downtown Brattleboro's famous monthly gallery walk.
Valeri Petrov, Bulgaria's most prominent contemporary poet and a former Nobel Prize nominee who translated the complete works of Shakespeare, has died at age 94. Valeri Nissim Mevorah, better known by his pen-name, Valeri Petrov, was born on April 22, 1920 in Sofia to a Jewish father and Bulgarian mother.
A federal judge in Hawaii is allowing a former child model to dismiss a lawsuit that accused "X-Men" director Bryan Singer of sex abuse.
A lawsuit has been filed against the Vermont Department for Children and Families alleging its social workers failed to act on reports of abuse and neglect of two Ludlow children for four years until local police intervened.
Andrew Lohse is annoyed that his brand-new Bass Weejun penny loafers might not fit.
A Brattleboro man who pleaded guilty to one count of possession of heroin with intent to distribute was sentenced Aug. 25 to 49 months in prison.
A film in which art and fame battle it out in the streets and skies of Manhattan has kicked off the 71st Venice Film Festival, where high-art aspirations mix with Hollywood hopes.
The founder of Brattleboro's new urgent care center, Clear Choice MD, said he expects to work closely with Brattleboro Memorial Hospital and other primary care doctors in the region.
The Vermont Division of Licensing and Protection has found no violations occurred during an altercation at the Brattleboro Retreat between two patients that injured eight staff members in the Tyler 3 ward on July 20. Four of those staff members had to be treated for minor injuries at Brattleboro Memorial Hospital.
Author Jamaica Kincaid and film critic Armond White are among the winners of the 35th annual American Book Awards, which celebrate multiculturalism and free expression.
U.S. Rep. Peter Welch speaks with Lisa and Maurice Dumas of Gill, Mass., at The Works on Monday afternoon during the "Congress In Your Community" event put together as an opportunity for Rep. Welch to hear Vermonters' concerns and offer assistance with federal agencies.
"Are Artists Special?" was the title of an amusing and insightful talk that the painter Wolf Kahn gave at the Brattleboro Museum and Art Center on Saturday.
Rha Goddess, the guest speaker at the Class of 2014 Marlboro College Graduate and Professional Studies commencement program, told the class to use their education to work for social justice, income equality, a cleaner environment and a more sane world.
A moose on the loose in the eastern German city of Dresden evaded capture before getting stuck inside an office building, tantalizingly close to the canteen.
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