The company reportedly is leaving Vermont two years after getting $200,000 from the Windham County Economic Development Program. The fund has awarded more than $6 million to employers, including the New England Center for Circus Arts.
Brattleboro-based Windham Child Care Association is ceasing operations and merging with another facility. The move comes after a change in state policy cost the association a contract.
Former Windham County assistant judge Paul Kane is prohibited from judicial office for violation of professional codes of conduct over actions he took when he had power of attorney for Katherine Tolaro.
Three Windham County towns may join forces with other partners on conservation, planning and educational projects.
Officials are seeking to create a comprehensive two-county strategy to enhance development efforts and the promotion of the entire 44-town southern Vermont region
Sheriff Keith Clark said he believes the purchase of 30 cameras “protects the deputies and protects the public.” But storing large amounts of video presents challenges.
The NewBrook and Townshend elementary schools have readings above the federal “action level.” Mitigation steps are planned, but officials say there are no immediate health concerns.
Drug abuse prevention and recovery workers stress the need for more open and frank discussions with young people – starting in elementary schools.
(This article by Bob Audette was published in the Brattleboro Reformer on April 4, 2017.) BELLOWS FALLS — A former assistant judge awaiting a decision from the Judicial Conduct Board was served with a setback last week when a Windsor Superior Court judge dismissed his appeal of a Windsor Probate Court decision. According to court […]
The onetime Brattleboro state police facility, located on the busy Route 9 corridor, is up for sale. It closed last year as part of a consolidation of Windham County barracks.
Sonnax Industries says there were “no actual economic losses” when its workers bought the company in 2011. Federal regulators allege the company violated the law.
At a meeting Monday in Brattleboro, legislators discussed drastic impacts on health care, education and transportation if the president’s proposed budget is enacted.
The Bellows Falls telecommunications company will be merged with FirstLight Fiber, which says it doesn’t expect any loss of Vermont jobs.