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Cherry Street Artisans hold their ‘grand finale’ holiday cafe

BRATTLEBORO—As they’ve done for the last six years on the first weekend after Thanksgiving, the craftspeople organizing the Cherry Street Artisans Holiday Sale & Cafe will transform the first floor of Judy Zemel’s Victorian-era home into a space where commerce, creativity, and community meet.

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Voices

LETTERS FROM READERS

Tax plan will make fossil-fuel firms pay fairly, boost clean energy

LETTERS FROM READERS

Arts as an economic engine: a longstanding vision for Brattleboro

COLUMN

Walking in our paws: A parable

‘It is true that we are a companionable species, but we demand the right to retain our canine nature.’ So says the Canine Liberation Front.

LETTERS FROM READERS

Turn off the spotlight

LETTERS FROM READERS

Gross oversight in arts/economy story

ESSAY

A comfort at Thanksgiving

Resiliency and ritual can provide hope in an era of national uncertainty

VIEWPOINT

An essential partnership

Brattleboro’s youth were blessed with Dick Guthrie’s caring and concern

PRIMARY SOURCES

Preserving an important educational resource

Petition calls for Westminster West School to reopen

LETTERS FROM READERS

Moran: Thanks, and good luck to Sibilia

LETTERS FROM READERS

Partridge: Thanks for your support

LETTERS FROM READERS

Auction raises nearly $30,000 for hospice

LETTERS FROM READERS

Drop-in Center raises $26,000 for hungry

LETTERS FROM READERS

Deen, Mrowicki: Looking forward to busy legislative calendar

LETTERS FROM READERS

Great news for rail travel

VIEWPOINT

Shining a light on violence against transgender women

What we see in violence against trans people are the predictable and harsh intersections of sexism, racism, transphobia, and other forms of oppression

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Sports

WINDHAM COUNTY

Ski and ride season beckons in southern Vermont

WINDHAM COUNTY

Get ready for the Jingle Bell jog

WINDHAM COUNTY

Local athletes, coaches earn Marble Valley League honors

BRATTLEBORO

Andy Natowich: A football legend remembered

From schoolboy superstar in Connecticut to championship coach in Brattleboro, his career was long and storied

WINDHAM COUNTY

Dramatic wins mark opening week of playoffs

WINDHAM COUNTY

Undefeated Terriers get top seed in field hockey playoffs

WINDHAM COUNTY

Rebel teams are tops in Division III soccer

WINDHAM COUNTY

Ernie Johnson named to Vermont Sports Hall of Fame

WINDHAM COUNTY

Three losses and a tie for Colonels on homecoming weekend

WINDHAM COUNTY

Colonel boys hang on to beat Mill River, 3-2

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Life and Work

BRATTLEBORO

BMH Annual Meeting features special guests, key topics

BRATTLEBORO

Bookcase raffle benefits Friends of Brooks Memorial Library

ROCKINGHAM

Stories and songs celebrate the circle of giving and receiving at Yagna Inn

BRATTLEBORO

WRCC students set record at 'Women Can Do!' event

BELLOWS FALLS

BFUHS students take advantage of travel opportunities to expand their education

BELLOWS FALLS

Santa Express Train returns to Bellows Falls

WESTMINSTER

SEVCA seeks volunteers for tax prep program

BRATTLEBORO

Taste of Southern Vermont to feature small plates, big tastes

BRATTLEBORO

Leading scholar on Holocaust to present talk in Brattleboro

BRATTLEBORO

Project Feed the Thousands kicks off 20th annual campaign

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Business Monthly

BRATTLEBORO

Your logo imparts a visual foundation for your business

A communications pro offers some introductory tips for developing your brand

WINDHAM COUNTY

Local downtowns share in $2.4 million in state tax incentives

WINDHAM COUNTY

Application workshops scheduled for Windham County Economic Development Program

BRATTLEBORO

Because a good place to live tops the list

Local media entrepreneurs discuss why they call Windham County home

BELLOWS FALLS

Area businesses turn ‘likes’ into scholarship funds for Meeting Waters YMCA

BRATTLEBORO

A new role for a pediatric pro

After nearly 40 years in medicine, Dr. Jane Katz Field moves into dealing with ‘big picture’ public health issues

WINDHAM COUNTY

FairPoint expands broadband coverage

Newfane, Putney, Townshend, Westminster, Whitingham, and Wilmington get more access

BRATTLEBORO

Brattleboro downtown shops to close

Owners of Verde, At the Oasis cite personal reasons, not business climate, for stepping away

BRATTLEBORO

Area health festival invites exhibitors

BRATTLEBORO

Vermont State Parks taps Whetstone Station for new pint partnership

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News

BRATTLEBORO | NEW ON WEB

Thanksgiving eve storm leaves lots of snow, power outages in its wake

TOWNSHEND

Townshend woman accused in fatal shooting of father and son

Estranged fiancée faces two charges of second-degree murder

BRATTLEBORO

Study recommends bike lanes, widened sidewalks in West Brattleboro

BRATTLEBORO

Mass. man charged with robbery of Brattleboro bank

Police capture suspect quickly; no injuries reported

BRATTLEBORO

Schooling the community in new education benchmarks

Town school board, administration present testing under new Common Core standards

WINDHAM COUNTY

Around the Towns

BRATTLEBORO

Former Brattleboro Police Chief Richard Guthrie dies at 75

BRATTLEBORO

Electric vehicles gain traction

Forum, fair show ways to wean ourselves from internal-combustion engines

BRATTLEBORO

Alternatives to the alternatives

For some area enthusiasts, EVs aren’t enough

WINDHAM COUNTY

Thanksgiving dinner tradition from Austine to continue on Nov. 22

Dinner site moves to Bellows Falls this year

BRATTLEBORO

Little time remains for VY citizen comment

State agency seeks citizen comment until Nov. 25 on decommissioning report

BRATTLEBORO

Downtown Alliance members approve work plan and budget

WILLIAMSVILLE

Ernest Kinoy, Emmy-winning writer, dies at 89

Longtime Williamsville resident wrote more than 500 scripts for radio, TV, Broadway, and the big screen

WEST BRATTLEBORO

Bazaar, raffle aimed at making First Congregational Church more accessible

WINDHAM COUNTY

Around the Towns

BELLOWS FALLS

For the record

As its trustees face multiple blanket public-records requests, Rockingham Free Public Library board president describes the process as ‘harassment’

BELLOWS FALLS

Former library trustee files open-meeting complaint with state attorney general

Wright says 11 counts illustrate ‘serious need’ for trustee training

BRATTLEBORO

State Transportation Board seeks views on the future of transit in Vermont

BRATTLEBORO

Saluting those who served

VA clinic honors its clients with annual Veterans Day lunch

BRATTLEBORO

Maple Association struggles with dwindling membership

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Town and Village

SAXTONS RIVER

Sock drive reveals village’s soul

'Holy Socks' collects winter socks for homeless

BELLOWS FALLS

Warming Shelter opens for the season

BELLOWS FALLS

Meeting Waters YMCA on the move

Relocates administrative offices to The Square

WINDHAM COUNTY

State Police plan increased enforcement of seat belt laws over holiday weekend

WINDHAM COUNTY

Clean Energy Development Fund launches Windham County Solar Finance Program

TOWNSHEND

Grace Cottage Hospital collaborates with Green Lantern Group on 500kW community solar project

HALIFAX

Halifax man dies in house fire

BELLOWS FALLS

Downtown Bellows Falls to celebrate Small Business Saturday

WINDHAM COUNTY

Windmill Hill Pinnacle Association celebrates 'closing the gap' in trail system

WESTMINSTER WEST

Alleged open meeting law violations cloud decision to close Westminster West School

Resident claims that School Board has not properly warned its meetings since July 1

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Arts

BRATTLEBORO

Tale of the tape

Artist uses a new technique to create his works

BRATTLEBORO

Write Action flash fiction contest winners, reading event announced

PUTNEY

Sandglass Theater presents annual performance of Eric Bass' 'Autumn Portraits'€™

PUTNEY

Kate Gridley discusses her portraits of young adults at Next Stage

BRATTLEBORO

VTC presents 'A Christmas Carol'

BRATTLEBORO

VJC swings with annual big band gala

GRAFTON

VSO Brass Quintet, Counterpoint celebrate holiday season in Grafton

PUTNEY

Caravan of Thieves at Next Stage Nov. 28

BELLOWS FALLS

Zoe Muth and the Lost High Rollers to appear in Bellows Falls

BELLOWS FALLS

Powerful December lineup lights up Windham Ballroom

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Food & Drink Monthly

BRATTLEBORO

Career Center students grow food for BUHS cafeteria

BRATTLEBORO

Dosa Kitchen tries a different approach to Indian cuisine

WEST BRATTLEBORO

Antidote to stress

Kimchi is easy to make and healthful, too. (Oh, and it might also drive guests from your house.)

WILLIAMSVILLE

Making the beer rounds

News of brews, and other things that keep our beer columnist hopping

BRATTLEBORO

Mostarda: A friend of cheeses

Making this traditional Italian condiment is the perfect fall activity

BRATTLEBORO

Peach season is the pits

Bitter cold wiped out most of the peach crop in Windham County — even in the ‘banana belt’

BRATTLEBORO

Healthy and convenient hand pies

Lunches can go right from the freezer to work or to school

WEST BRATTLEBORO

In Vermont, it’s all about the apples

The Macoun appears like clockwork, right around my son’s birthday. Both events are so conjoined in my psyche that I am unable to imagine one without the other.

WEST BRATTLEBORO

Enjoy the sweet summer food of August

Some ways to savor the season as summer inches closer to fall

BRATTLEBORO

Summer color

Beet and carrot salad make the most of beautiful vegetables

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