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»FreshTracks Capital will hear business pitches in BF, other Vermont towns
BELLOWS FALLS -- Countless people have good ideas for unique businesses.
»Western Avenue fix on the way; Brattleboro paving project will begin in August
BRATTLEBORO -- After what has been a very long wait for drivers who have to travel over Route 9 ever ...
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BRATTLEBORO -- When Liz Johndrow first discovered community natural home building during an early mi ...
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Brattleboro -- On July 20, an altercation at the Brattleboro Retreat resulted in four staffers be ...
»Old Home Days to feature blast from the past
ROCKINGHAM -- Rockingham Old Home Days will once again be marked with the fictionalized accounts of ...
»Wilmington land owners weigh in on new legislation
WILMINGTON -- Grappling with the question of whether the town should handle permitting for a new law ...


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»Preservation efforts discussed for covered bridges
The Vermont town of Tunbridge is trying to come up with ways to protect its five covered bridges.
»Hassan vetoes workplace bullying bill
Gov. Maggie Hassan has vetoed a bill aimed at protecting state employees from abusive work environme ...
»Mom on teen's 9-month absence: She isn't pregnant
The mother of a 15-year-old New Hampshire girl reunited with her family nine months after she vanish ...
»Montpelier residents to have heat pump access
Montpelier residents are going to be able to rent heat pumps from Vermont's largest electric utility ...
»Leahy: Cell phone "unlocking" bill will benefit DV victims
Vermont Senior Senator Patrick Leahy said Monday he hopes a bill approved by Congress will help vict ...
»NH Liquor Commission reports record fiscal year sales
New Hampshire's liquor sales in the past fiscal year were a record high $626 million.


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