West Brattleboro Baptist Church will continue its Community Outreach Meal Ministry at its 979 Western Ave. location on Sunday, June 30. The free community luncheon will be held from noon to 2 p.m. The menu will include barbecued chicken, potato salad, pasta salad, rolls, watermelon, homemade cake and beverages.
The Brattleboro Selectboard will consider four candidates to fill an open seat on the board when Ken Schneck formally resigns from the board on June 18. Donna Macomber, Ian Kiehle, Michael Bosworth and Steve Cormier all submitted letters of interest to the board before the June 13 deadline.
Activities and menus for the week of June 17 at the Brattleboro Senior Center at 207 Main St. in Brattleboro are as follows: Tuesday: Breakfast, 7:45-8:15 a.m., Eggs Benedict with ham on an English muffin, potato pancake, fruit juice, yogurt.
A little over one month after the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School, when Brattleboro Union High School closed for the day due to threats of violence, Ann Braden went to look for a Vermont gun law organization to work with.
The Brattleboro Memorial Hospital Board of Directors has voted to enact the facility exemption rule that was included in the aid-in-dying law the Legislature passed this year.
A Brattleboro man has been ordered to stay away from alcohol and to report to police daily after state troopers said they found his SUV overturned among scattered beer cans on a Wednesday morning in Marlboro.
The Brattleboro community is once again invited to come help make bowls to support the Brattleboro Area Drop In Center when Brattleboro Clayworks hosts a Bowlerama on Saturday, June 29, as part of its preparations for the annual Empty Bowls Dinner.
Shortly before 4 p.m. July 29, 2011, Vermont State Police Trooper Eric Albright activated his cruiser's blue lights and had the driver of a Nissan Maxima pull the car over as it was traveling north of Springfield on Vermont 106.
Police have issued an arrest warrant on a forgery charge for a woman who said she was married to a Brattleboro Food Co-op worker killed in 2011.
In case you didn't know, the Windham County Relay for Life is Friday, June 21, at the Brattleboro Union High School track.
The music was - in short - rapturous, all the more so for being choral in nature, albeit with orchestra, which I, as well as many others, have always felt to be the most intimate soundscape.
It was a disappointment to see the announcement of the new corporate entity, The Vermont Health Collaborative, being disingenuously presented as supporting integration of mental health care with other health care, and thus as a milestone towards equality in addressing types of illnesses.
Building a Better Brattleboro, the downtown business development group that owns the Robert H. Gibson River Garden, is close to deciding the fate of the Main Street property.
A former Vermont Academy teacher accused of producing child pornography has signed a plea agreement and is expected in court on June 17 to plead guilty.