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The Selectboard is thinking about slowing down the $14 million police-fire renovation project to reduce the impact on the fiscal year 2015 budget.
Talks between the region's two hospitals, which were undertaken to save money and create better efficiencies, have been scaled back as the two organizations figure out their next step in building closer ties.
The Brattleboro Police Department is asking for the public's help in finding the driver of a vehicle involved in a hit-and-run accident on April 21 at approximately 4:25 p.m. The subject was seen driving a maroon Geo Tracker with a tan canvas top, possibly a late 90s model, with New Hampshire plates.
It was a little creepy when it happened four times in a row. I and the rest of the Brattleboro Selectboard and administrative team had come to Montpelier to talk to our political leaders about municipal taxes, but all any of them wanted to talk about was the cost of education.
Close-up of an electronic-monitoring device on the ankle of Windham County Sheriff Keith Clark, who is wearing to device as part of his proposal to develop a home-detention program that is monitored by authorities in real time.
Facing a lengthy prison sentence for dealing heroin, Julio Davila couldn't muster much of an apology last week in Windham Superior Court Criminal Division.
Students at the Sacred Heart St. Francis de Sales School in Bennington had a unique opportunity early this week: To interact with their home state like never before.
Tucked in the Southwestern corner of the state, Manchester is a small but mighty town.
You'd think that in the 21st Century, we could do things better than we did in the 1930's.
Entergy Nuclear Operations, Inc. , the owner of the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant, has asked the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to exempt it from a number of safety regulations when it decommissions the plant next year, including abolition of the 10-mile emergency zone around the facility.
Wings Director Andy Hauty says he is trying to increase the capacity of performing arts programming made available to students within the Windham Southwest Supervisory Union District.
As the Selectboard prepares for a new round of budget discussions after Thursday's referendum rejected the proposed 2015 budget, some town residents are asking the board to consider accepting charitable donations to help fund town government.
"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.
According to the Vermont Department of Labor, the state unemployment rate sits at about 4 percent .