“It took me going to jail to see how bad my life had gotten. I never want to be in that situation again,” said Krystal Tyler.
The weekend event’s 60 novelists, poets and nonfiction writers addressed everything from the recently deceased Northeast Kingdom author Howard Frank Mosher to President Donald Trump.
Mamadou Bah’s wife posted on Facebook that Canada gave her husband asylum and will allow him to stay until June 18.
The Green Mountain Care Board cited several health care benefits for a project that features new operating rooms and a larger cardiac rehab area.
News Release — Brattleboro Words Oct. 1, 2017 Contact: Lissa Weinmann / Prudence Baird (802) 380-8388 or Email: [email protected] URL: http://www.brattleboro.com/words/ New Exploration into Our Shared Legacy Debuts with Two Exciting Exhibits This Month Pop-Up Mini-Museum Debuts “Lucy Speaks’ Lit. Fest Weekend October 14 and 15 and “Brattleboro’s Letterpress Years” Opens at Brooks Memorial Library […]
News Release — Groundworks Collaborative Sept. 25, 2017 Contact: Josh Davis, Executive Director, Groundworks Collaborative 802-257-0066 x1102 or 802-490-2951 [email protected] BRATTLEBORO, VT – Groundworks Collaborative will hold the seventh annual Hike for the Homeless fundraiser on Saturday, October 14, on Mount Wantastiquet in Hinsdale, NH. There will be two start times, 10am and 12:30pm, each […]
A half-century after the town’s Victorian-era Brooks Memorial building was bulldozed, its 1967 replacement is standing strong.
News Release — Vermont Public Service Department September 12, 2017 Contact: Anthony Leshinskie, State Nuclear Engineer (802) 272-1714 [email protected] Montpelier, VT – The Public Service Department today announced the next meeting of the Nuclear Decommissioning Citizens Advisory Panel will be held on Thursday, September 28, 2017, from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM in the multipurpose […]
The Brattleboro project ran into major delays, but officials are praising the end result. The bridge’s design was a collaborative effort with community members.
The 76-year-old judge’s move to inactive status heralds the closing of the federal court in Brattleboro.
The president of the Downtown Brattleboro Alliance board said she was shocked by the words on a sign from a panhandler she had earlier seen smoking marijuana with other men downtown.
The three-parcel site includes two large buildings and has been assessed at $4.5 million. Entergy put the properties up for sale about a year ago but has stopped marketing them.
News Release — Brattleboro Youth Rock Festival August 28, 2017 Contact: Jaimie Scanlon 802-579-8545 [email protected] Brattleboro, VT—Eighteen youth rock bands and solo musical artists from around New England will take the stage at 118 Elliot in downtown Brattleboro, Vermont on Saturday, September 23 for BrattRock 2017, the second annual Brattleboro Youth Rock Festival. Performances will […]
The circus moves into its new quarters after a summer upheaval in leadership, including a new interim executive director and board of directors and the firing and rehiring of its artistic directors.