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A man has admitted his role in a February 2013 assault on a teen in Brattleboro.
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"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.
There were a record number of empty seats for Brattleboro's Representative Town Meeting this year and Wednesday night was a chance for last-minute candidates to get involved and represent their districts on March 22. The weather forecast called for snow and ice and temperatures falling into the single digits; not ideal conditions to get an ... (more)
The Skatepark Site Selection Committee is going to meet with the Selectboard at the board's April 1 meeting to provide an update on the committee's work to date.
A visiting reporter should not cause us to lose perspective about what we already know about Bennington: That this is a healthy, hardworking, and optimistic town comprised of thoughtful community members who make it a great place to live.
You'd think that in the 21st Century, we could do things better than we did in the 1930's.
Neighborhood Connections will be holding a three session workshop, The Writer in All of Us, which explores different ways to write from memory or pure imagination.
Representatives from six area colleges met earlier this month to sign a memorandum of understanding that establishes the Windham Higher Education Cooperative.
A planning commission in the Vermont community of Putney has rejected plans by AT&T to build a 130-foot cellular tower.
Employees at Lancaster Auto looked on in disbelief Wednesday, after a fire destroyed their place of business.
Four days after their high school's girls basketball team took home its first state championship, some more town residents got to call themselves winners.
Police say Shawn Betit, 34, brutally beat, kicked and sexually assaulted the woman with a cane, and then threatened her with a knife and boiling water.
The head of a Vermont community service organization says as another powerful storm hits the region, he's hearing from more and more people desperate to fill empty fuel tanks to keep warm.
The Brattleboro Town Finance Committee is largely supporting the town general fund and town school budgets, but the committee is encouraging the Selectboard to develop a long-range plan to address the town's rising tax rate.