Vermont artist Wolf Kahn shows his true colors

The International Medal of Arts winner will mark his 90th birthday with a major new exhibit at the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center.

Frugality connects twin-state bridge committee

Brattleboro residents won’t have to pay for a proposed $36 million bridge to town but are backing the least expensive option favored by New Hampshire neighbors who must fund it.

National Endowment for the Arts announces grants to Vermont organizations

News Release — Vermont Arts Council June 14, 2017 Contact: Susan McDowell 802.828.0152 [email protected] Today, the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) announced grants to Vermont organizations. Seven organizations will each receive $135,000 through the Art Works program. One organization will be awarded $50,000 through an Our Town grant, and the Vermont Arts Council will […]

Brattleboro Museum and Art Center exhibits closing June 18

News Release — Brattleboro Museum and Art Center June 11, 2017 Contact: Danny Lichtenfeld [email protected] 802-257-0124, ext. 108 Six exhibits closing June 18 at Brattleboro Museum & Art Center BRATTLEBORO, VT — The six exhibits currently on view at the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center (BMAC) will close on Sunday, June 18 at 5 p.m. […]

Two dead in Brattleboro from apparent heat exposure

(This story is by the Brattleboro Reformer, in which it first appeared June 13, 2017.) BRATTLEBORO — Two elderly Brattleboro residents appear to have died of heat exposure, according to the Brattleboro Police Department. On Monday officers responded to two separate residences where they found an 87-year-old woman and an 87-year-old man dead outside of […]

Landmark Brattleboro steeple may become cell tower

Verizon wants to place six antennas inside the steeple of Centre Congregational Church, a 174-year-old structure on the National Register of Historic Places. The antennas and other equipment will be “invisible,” the company says.

Slow Living Summit weighs ‘Conscious Capitalism’

“Love and work are the cornerstones of our humanness — why can’t we combine the two?” asked the keynote speaker at this week’s Brattleboro event.

Brattleboro Memorial Hospital named in malpractice suit

The patient was at the center of a case in which the state cited the hospital for failing to tell her soon enough about a suspicious mass found on her kidney.

SEC asks for $12M from bitcoin mining companies

The default judgement request filed in federal court is against a former Brattleboro man’s bitcoin mining companies, GAW Miners and ZenMiner.

‘A Year Well Lived’ asks Vermonters to seize the day

On a Memorial Day weekend that’s both a time of remembrance and rebirth after winter, Brattleboro Area Hospice is promoting an unusual public engagement campaign.

Brattleboro Celebrates Opening of Red Clover Commons

News Release — Housing Vermont May 26, 2017 Contacts: Kenn Sassorossi, Housing Vermont, (802) 355-8009 or [email protected] Christine Hart, Brattleboro Housing Partnerships, (802) 254-6071 or [email protected] [Brattleboro, VT] Four years of planning and 16 months of construction culminated in the May 25 open house celebration at Red Clover Commons, a 55-unit apartment building which will […]

Strolling of the Heifers changes course to aid economic growth

The annual Brattleboro event will supplement jaywalking cows with a free Slow Living Summit on “Entrepreneur to Table: Growing Your Conscious Food and Ag Business.”

Serving up local food brings statewide honor

How Gretchen Hardy of Brattleboro’s The Porch Cafe and Catering went from unemployed to the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Young Vermont Entrepreneur of the Year.

Campers aim to highlight plight of Vermont homeless

Advocates will take to tents to dramatize new state numbers that report a rising problem.