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The Brattleboro School Board has set a date for a community meeting to discuss issues involving the town's three elementary schools.
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A New Jersey woman will go to jail for a month for her role in what was described as a near-fatal 2011 crash in Brattleboro.
Despite Sen. John McCain's belief to the contrary, the situation in Iraq has become increasingly twisted and convoluted.
A Bennington nursing assistant found not guilty of murdering a woman by injecting her with a fatal dose of insulin was released from a Vermont jail this week.
From the state of Tennessee to the town of West Dover and many places in between, donations arrived on Tuesday for the 77th annual Reformer Christmas Stocking.
Eugene Narrett, a published author and scholar, had recently taken up painting again and he was in Brattleboro Friday night for the first opening of his work in a Brattleboro gallery.
Intending to travel there as a Spanish student at Ithaca College, Lewis instead journeyed to Oman -- it's a long story, but it includes having the word "Oman" appear to her in a dream.
The Virginia pastor convicted in federal court in Vermont of helping a woman and her child flee the country rather than share custody with her former lesbian partner says the case should be dismissed because it had no connection to Vermont.
Forgive us for sounding like a broken record, but with the privilege of driving around in a moving vehicle comes some inherent responsibilities.
It wasn't too hard for Vermont Foodbank Southern Region Director Maurice Casey to point out, while walking through the foodbank warehouse Friday, equipment he has been able to purchase with U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development money.
Brattleboro Police are investigating a fatal hit and run accident. It happened at about 7 p.m. on Friday near the intersection of Western Avenue and Union Street.
Icy conditions may have contributed to a fatal accident Monday morning in Burlington.
People who live near six Vermont lakes are banding together to try to focus more resources on lake protection efforts.
"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 is the traffic on the interstate and on busy Route 30 below, not to mention the West River and West River Trail.