In one of the last acts of the Obama administration, the 89-year-old Brattleboro painter has received the International Medal of Arts for sharing his work with American embassies.
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.
L3 KEO said the closure eliminated 15 jobs. Brattleboro Development Credit Corp. owns the 24,000-square-foot building and will begin looking for a new tenant.
A $6 million gift from a longtime Brattleboro resident accelerated the project, which includes a new four-story building that will house expanded surgical services, medical offices and cardiopulmonary rehabilitation. An application is pending before the state’s Green Mountain Care Board.
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.
The 1856 event, which was carried in newspapers and magazines in the U.S. and around the world, launched 22-year-old Larkin Goldsmith Mead to international fame.
The annual event offers pancakes, coffee and a bittersweet story of volunteer perseverance.
SIT Graduate Institute students Steffen Gillom and Jesse Roaza have started an organizing committee.
Ehrmann Commonwealth Dairy will increase its Vermont workforce by a third and double its production capacity. The project includes more than $2 million in state and local funding and incentives.
Dummerston voted Tuesday against allowing Vernon to withdraw from a regional school union, setting the stage for more Act 46-related uncertainty.
Aaron Septic and Drain has now renewed its permit and agreed to pay a $15,000 fine, but the town of Brattleboro says the company still owes it money.
Sophia Howlett brings worldwide educational and administrative experience to Brattleboro’s School for International Training, which includes SIT Graduate Institute and SIT Study Abroad.