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Singing for a cause

BRATTLEBORO—Konstantin von Krusenstiern promises that next weekend, Brattleboro will be a party town.

More than 100 gay men from Boston are coming up to Southern Vermont to help raise funds for the Brattleboro Retreat’s program that serves lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered (LGBT) individuals.

On Saturday, Nov. 1, at 7:30 p.m., the Brattleboro Retreat presents a rare Vermont performance by the Boston Gay Men’s Chorus at the Latchis Theatre.... Continue reading story

Voices

LETTERS FROM READERS

Sibilia: A natural at the Statehouse

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Economic development can bring millions to the Deerfield Valley

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A first-hand window on a local economy

LETTERS FROM READERS

Koch brothers’ money has come to Vermont

LETTERS FROM READERS

A free press must demand accountability in campaign finance, health-care reform

CANDIDATE STATEMENT

Voters have the power to effect change

CANDIDATE STATEMENT

We should be ashamed of what our paid elected officials have done

LETTERS FROM READERS

Moran: A good job

LETTERS FROM READERS

Moran: Longtime health-care advocate

LETTERS FROM READERS

Moran: Passion and drive

LETTERS FROM READERS

Moran: Let’s talk about campaign finance, candidate’s wife writes

LETTERS FROM READERS

Wright: ‘Na’ fights for what’s right

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Moran: Strong local voice

LETTERS FROM READERS

Brattleboro voters: 10 things you need to know about voting at the Municipal Center

LETTERS FROM READERS

Moran: Listens to our particular concerns

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Sports

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

BRATTLEBORO

Women on a roll

‘Derby Damez’ bring roller derby, and good-natured menace, to Brattleboro

WINDHAM COUNTY

Terriers fall to Rice, 26-6, in Div. II showdown

WINDHAM COUNTY

Colonels rally to 14-0 win over Burlington

WINDHAM COUNTY

Terriers bite Colonels in football opener, 25-7

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Life and Work

BRATTLEBORO

Free parenting series offered in November

BRATTLEBORO

Winter Farmers' Market opens for 2014-15 season

BRATTLEBORO

Commons reporter to present ‘The Art of the Interview’

BRATTLEBORO

Cherished Goods auction to benefit Hospice is Oct. 25

WINDHAM COUNTY

Ralph Nader offers workshop on creating change in America

BELLOWS FALLS

Meeting Waters YMCA to celebrate 'Lights On Afterschool!

BRATTLEBORO

Friends of Libraries Week observed at Brooks Memorial Library

WINDHAM COUNTY

Welch to speak at first BDCC/SeVEDS joint meeting

BRATTLEBORO

Marlboro Graduate School hosts electric vehicle fair

WINDHAM COUNTY

Walk for Animals raises more than $21,000 for WCHS

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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

Coming home

Brattleboro hires Peter Elwell to take helm as town manager

BRATTLEBORO

An election without buzz?

Low-key campaigns are the rule on a ballot dominated by incumbents

WESTMINSTER WEST

Westminster West School to close in fall 2015

To the surprise of parents, tiny school removed from next year’s budget

BRATTLEBORO

Countdown to closure

In Vernon and Brattleboro, VY employees begin to prepare for the inevitable

BRATTLEBORO

A new economy, a political debate

Candidates’ forum offers pre-election visions of Vermont's future

BRATTLEBORO

WSWMD seeks proposals for solar project on former landfill

BRATTLEBORO

Brattleboro's Emergency Winter Shelter needs volunteers

BRATTLEBORO

Button-Up Vermont: Making energy efficiency a group effort

BRATTLEBORO

Fresh and healthy

One decade and 400,000 plates served, Brattleboro Senior Meals celebrates a milestone

WINDHAM COUNTY

Around the Towns

BRATTLEBORO

For Guilford psychologist, a humanitarian mission on the U.S./Mexico border

Judy Greenberg volunteers with a Catholic welcome center in McAllen, Texas, offering humanitarian support and trauma therapy to refugees fleeing danger in Mexico and Central America

BRATTLEBORO

State ANR issues two-year water permit for Vermont Yankee

Conditions become more strict for issue of measuring river temperature

BRATTLEBORO

Selectboard asks committee for recommendations on police-fire projects

Possible three-phase project would return to Town Meeting members for approval

BRATTLEBORO

Sunnyside up

With one big project finished and another on the way, solar becomes a bigger part of county's energy portfolio

WINDHAM COUNTY

Around the Towns

BRATTLEBORO

Feds to Retreat: Call in third party

CMS notes failures in compliance, but issues an improvement agreement and maintains funding

BRATTLEBORO

Happy birthday, Vera!

Longtime Newfane resident turns 103

BRATTLEBORO

Unveiling the Grande Dame of Main Street

Brooks House officially reopens after 2011 fire

WINDHAM COUNTY

2014 Fall Foliage & Festivities/Fall Flavor

BRATTLEBORO

Tim Johnson chosen for induction into VAB Hall of Fame

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Town and Village

BELLOWS FALLS

Our Place presents its annual Empty Bowl Dinner

TOWNSHEND

Mongolian students to perform at Leland & Gray

MARLBORO

Not teaching to the test

Marlboro teacher honored with 2014 Victor R. Swenson Humanities Educator Award

DUMMERSTON

Dummerston Cares hosts Fuel Fund event

NEWFANE

History buffs celebrate a history of trouble

Historical Society of Windham County, the new owner of the Newfane train station, explores history of the West River Railroad

WARDSBORO

Wardsboro honors its most famous vegetable

12th annual Gilfeather Turnip Festival celebrates town's gift to the world

GRAFTON

Pinnacle Association to lead Athens Dome Hike on Oct. 18

BELLOWS FALLS

Cell towers, merger, redevelopment efforts in play

BELLOWS FALLS

RFPL Trustee chair steps down

BELLOWS FALLS

Austine alumni rally at Statehouse in support of continued services for Deaf community

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Arts

PUTNEY

Blues guitarist Guy Davis comes to Next Stage

BRATTLEBORO

Arts Council of Windham County to hold annual meeting

BELLOWS FALLS

Vermont Comedy Divas to perform benefit for Main Street Arts

BRATTLEBORO

Untangling the myths surrounding an artistic genius

In 'Becoming van Gogh,' Charles Monette confronts the painter’s demons, and the art they inspired

BRATTLEBORO

Singing for a cause

Boston Gay Men’s Chorus to perform benefit at Latchis for Brattleboro Retreat’s LGBT program

BRATTLEBORO

BMC Chamber Music Series presents Musicians From Marlboro

BRATTLEBORO

Brattleboro Museum & Art Center presents photographs by Patrick Leahy

Exhibit opens Nov. 1, marks 40th anniversary of Leahy's election to U.S. Senate

GUILFORD

FOMAG, Hospice collaboration results in ‘Rest in Peace’ concert

BRATTLEBORO

Novel works

13th annual Brattleboro Literary Festival fosters reading, up-and-coming authors, and economic development

BRATTLEBORO

Iraq veteran talks about PTSD, 'moral injury' at First Wednesday lecture

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Food & Drink Monthly

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

BRATTLEBORO

Contest win: a big deal for a terrific cheese

Vermont places well in the American Cheese Society’s conference and competition

BRATTLEBORO

Winter Farmers’ Market seeks vendors for 2014-15 season

WEST BRATTLEBORO

Delicious — and medicinal

What exactly is garlic, anyway? An herb? A spice? The truth is, it’s neither.

BRATTLEBORO

Lysterical reaction

The FDA scares the cheese world

WINDHAM COUNTY

Food bites

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