If state officials give the go-ahead, voters in Brattleboro, Dummerston, Guilford and Putney will consider merging school districts Nov. 7.
(This story by Bob Audette was published in the Brattleboro Reformer on June 6, 2017.) PUTNEY — The former executive director of Putney Family Services, Patricia Field, pleaded guilty to embezzlement in May and has been ordered to repay the more than $41,000 she stole from the nonprofit organization. However, the court ordered her to […]
The town of Putney, wanting to save its downtown “grocery and gathering space” after back-to-back fires, is about to find out.
(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 […]
Dummerston voted Tuesday against allowing Vernon to withdraw from a regional school union, setting the stage for more Act 46-related uncertainty.
Editor’s note: This article by Chris Mays was first published in the Brattleboro Reformer. BRATTLEBORO — Town Meeting representatives and residents are invited to take a last look at articles of agreement for a potential merger with school districts within the Windham Southeast Supervisory Union. “This will be the final presentation of the proposed articles […]
The Windham County town begins discussing law enforcement options including coverage from county sherrif’s office, state police or its own department.
Capt. Robert Lakin said the hiring and retention climate for law enforcement at the state and national level is such that the Sheriff’s Office could “overextend” its staff and resources if it entered a contract with Putney as previously proposed.
News Release — Reps. David Deen and Michael Mrowicki May 24, 2016 Contacts: David Deen (D) 802-869-3116 email@example.com Michael Mrowicki (D) 802-387-8787 firstname.lastname@example.org Representatives David Deen (D) Westminster and Mike Mrowicki (D) Putney seek re-election to The Vermont House of Representatives for the Windham 4 District representing the people living in the towns of Westminster, […]
News Release — Putney Central School Board March 2, 2016 Contact: Alice Laughlin, Putney Central School Board email@example.com The town of Putney celebrates our town’s passage of a school budget that recognizes the educational benefit of relationships between culture, local economy, health and hunger, food and our environment. A budget that is .4% higher than […]
Editor’s note: This article is by Howard Weiss-Tisman, of the Brattleboro Reformer, in which it was first published June 26, 2015. www.reformer.com PUTNEY — Putney is once again facing potential fines due to the town treasurer’s inability to meet filing deadlines with both the Internal Revenue Service and the state. Town Clerk/Treasurer Anita Coomes allegedly never […]
The Putney Central School 8th grade Social Studies class invites the public to “Portraits of Sustainability in Putney,” a public screening of short films which highlight members of our community whose work contributes to the sustainability of the community.
The Windham County Sheriff’s Department seized several animals from Santa’s Land Sunday after executing a search warrant at the embattled theme park.
Even in tough economic times, small businesses and nonprofits throughout the United States are benefiting from the continued expansion of the ecommerce industry, according to an annual Economic Impact Report released last week by Google.