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In Brattleboro they're knocking down a building on Green Street. The structure located at 72 Green Street was destroyed by fire last winter.
President Barack Obama will bestow the Medal of Honor on a New Hampshire Army veteran who fought off enemy fighters during one of the bloodiest battles of the war in Afghanistan despite being critically wounded by shrapnel.
People bustle about, carrying boxes and supplies. But while it appears chaotic it is clear every person is working intently.
Like soldiers based in Afghanistan, Drew Adam at times had to wear protective gear, ride in heavily armored vehicles and take shelter when rockets were fired in the direction of his base.
Helen and Charlie Robb will be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, July 19, by renewing their vows, followed by an old-fashioned ice cream social.
The Brattleboro Outing Club has, again, run a successful singles tennis league. With over 30 participants divided into five skill level divisions, each player had five matches in a five-week period.
On July 2, John Preterotti, 34, of Bellows Falls, failed to appear at the Bellows Falls Police Department as required by his court ordered conditions of release.
The owner of a holiday-themed park in southern Vermont is looking to add a campsite to the property as she deals with an animal cruelty charge and bankruptcy proceedings.
The Second Annual Southern Vermont Dance Festival, July 17 through 20 in downtown Brattleboro features the works of renowned and emerging artists in three galas - two at the Latchis Theatre and one at the Redfern Arts Center at Keene State College, NH, along with a less formal concert series at the Stone Church in downtown Brattleboro.
"Beauty is a whole other thing than pretty," he said. "Beauty is how we relate to each other as a species."
The Vermont state auditor says a review of the state's online sex offender registry has found critical errors in 11 percent of offender records.
The owner of a holiday-themed park in southern Vermont charged with animal cruelty has filed for bankruptcy.
Ed Woods has been named regional publisher of New England Newspapers Inc., which operates The Berkshire Eagle and the Bennington Banner, Brattleboro Reformer and Manchester Journal in Vermont.
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