Authorities are investigating spray-painted statements on roads in Brattleboro, Jamaica, Newfane and Putney similar to others found in southeastern Vermont earlier this month.
The outbreak in Rutland County was reportedly at a worksite and now numbers 12 cases, however state officials aren’t releasing further details.
The discovery of the beetle in Londonderry makes Windham County the eighth county the invasive species has been found in.
Broken parts found in Holtec International casks at other sites – but not at Vermont Yankee – have led to a federal enforcement action against the company.
News Release — Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation Sept. 21, 2018 Contact: Adam Grinold 802-257-7731 www.brattleborodevelopment.com Windham Region Partners Launch Innovative Education Program with Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation Piloting Flexible Pathways into the Windham Region Workforce Townshend, VT, September 21st — The Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation launched the newest initiative of the Southern Vermont Workforce Center […]
News Release — Vermont Department of Health Sept. 11, 2018 Contacts: Ben Truman [email protected] 802-951-5153 802-863-7281 Scott Waterman [email protected] 802-622-4662 Mosquito bite prevention is key to protecting both humans and animals BURLINGTON – The Vermont Department of Health was notified last week that a horse in Windham County tested positive for West Nile virus. The […]
News Release — Hunger Council of the Windham Region Aug. 29, 2018 Media Contact: Monica Taylor, Development Director at Hunger Free Vermont 802-265-0023 or [email protected] WHAT: Hunger Council of the Windham Region Meeting WHERE: Holton Hall, 4th Floor, Winston Prouty Center for Children and Families, 209 Austine Drive, Brattleboro WHEN: Wednesday, September 5, 2018; 9:30 […]
The Selectboard will solicit opinion from business owners and residents.
The ordinance adopted by the selectboard will go into effect in October, unless a petition is filed. That appears unlikely since an earlier survey showed residents disapprove of marijuana sales in town.
The director of the public housing high-rise temporarily reversed the policy after a meeting at which a petition signed by 52 of the 54 tenants was presented. The policy will be revisited.
The $850,000 expansion will create more office space, as well as greatly expand the cafe, deli and kitchen.
The private ski club is attempting a restructuring deal with the bank that foreclosed on it by bringing in a real estate investment firm.
The Bradley House and Holton Home’s plan of correction was accepted by the Vermont Division of Licensing and Protection, after it found a range of problems from solicitations for a staff appreciation fund to expired cans of soup.
The Vermont House, described in a real estate listing as ‘a swank new boutique hotel,’ is now for sale.