In attempt to send a message to the state, the Select Board said in a letter to residents that it is time to take a stand against the way education is funded in the state of Vermont.
(Editor’s note: This article by Chris Mays was published by the Brattleboro Reformer on Feb. 18, 2017.) WILMINGTON — While several other approvals will need to be in place for different projects proposed by the Hermitage Club to proceed, the company is celebrating its biggest hurdle: the Act 250 master plan permit. “The Hermitage Club is […]
In two separate incidents Monday, emergency crews found two men dead and one woman who would later die. The deaths are under investigation.
(This article by Bob Audette was first published in the Brattleboro Reformer on Feb. 2, 2017.) BRATTLEBORO — The remaining defendant in a bitcoin scheme that allegedly defrauded millions of dollars from thousands of investors is once again asking a federal judge to dismiss the case. According to documents filed on Jan. 23 in the […]
Investors who had been suing Joshua Garza and Stuart Fraser in what has been called a bitcoin Ponzi scheme have dismissed Garza from their suit after “conversations” with him. A flurry of motions has ensued and a federal SEC case is pending.
(This article by Bob Audette was published in the Brattleboro Reformer on Jan. 13, 2017.) KEENE, N.H. — Saying he was troubled by some of the facts presented in the affidavit, Cheshire County Superior Court Judge David W. Ruoff bumped the bail of a man charged with manslaughter up to $50,000 cash. “While not referring […]
Editor’s note: This article by Chris Mays was first published in the Brattleboro Reformer on Jan. 12, 2017. BRATTLEBORO — Ending its legal battle with NextSun Energy, the town is now entering into a net-metering agreement with a different solar company. Brattleboro will join other local municipalities and school districts in purchasing net-metering credits from […]
The Cambridge-based buyer produces speciality maple products. Bascom Maple, in Brattleboro, will continue to operate the rest of its vast maple business.
(Editor’s note: This article by Chris Mays was published in the Brattleboro Reformer on Jan. 3, 2017.) BRATTLEBORO — A local doctor is looking to put the past behind her. There will be no trial for Melanie Canon, 49, of Weston, after she pleaded guilty to two prescription-fraud charges and one count of narcotics possession […]
Carlos, a Brahma-Red Holstein steer, and other petting farm animals have been moved to a pole shed while renovations are made. The animals are protected from the weather, well-fed, well-loved and have several visitors a day, says the director.
SIT Graduate Institute students Steffen Gillom and Jesse Roaza have started an organizing committee.
(This story by Bob Audette was first published in the Brattleboro Reformer on Dec. 13, 2016.) BRATTLEBORO — A Wardsboro man could spend at least 20 years in jail after a grand jury returned a second-degree murder indictment for “unlawfully causing the death” of his neighbor. On the evening of Oct. 18, the Vermont State […]
With Brattleboro choosing a different waste hauler that would not use the WSWMD materials recovery facility, the district was looking at a 20 percent drop in tonnage collected. Its board chair says it’s time to re-assess the WSWMD’s direction.
According to a motion to dismiss filed Dec. 6, Joshua Garza and Stuart Fraser collected roughly $19 million in revenue from investors. In effect, noted the plaintiffs, the two companies — GAW Miners and ZenMiner — were nothing more than components of a Ponzi scheme.