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TODAY’S FEATURE/NEWS

With master plan, town hopes to ensure safety of mobile-home park residents

Randolph firm to analyze options, strategies to move Tri-Park residents living on plots within floodways

BRATTLEBORO—Like many mobile home parks in Vermont, the three developments that make up the Tri-Park Cooperative Housing Corporation — Mountain Home Park, Glen Park, and Black Mountain Park — have quite a few homes sited in floodways.... Continue reading story

TODAY’S FEATURE/NEWS

With master plan, town hopes to ensure safety of mobile-home park residents

Randolph firm to analyze options, strategies to move Tri-Park residents living on plots within floodways

BRATTLEBORO—Like many mobile home parks in Vermont, the three developments that make up the Tri-Park Cooperative Housing Corporation — Mountain Home Park, Glen Park, and Black Mountain Park — have quite a few homes sited in floodways.... Continue reading story

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NEWS

BRATTLEBORO

With master plan, town hopes to ensure safety of mobile-home park residents

Randolph firm to analyze options, strategies to move Tri-Park residents living on plots within floodways

GUILFORD

For Guilford, two jobs prove hard to fill

The town needs a constable and a dog officer, two challenging part-time jobs that aren’t attracting applicants

TOWNSHEND

Teens, marijuana, and the changing conversation

With the passage of a new law that makes adult use of marijuana legal in Vermont, those on the front lines of drug prevention wonder how this new reality — and changing attitudes toward cannabis — will affect teens, who are far more vulnerable to addiction

BRATTLEBORO

Parking rates in Brattleboro poised to increase

Selectboard gives initial approval, but final decision scheduled for Oct. 16

• Brattleboro briefs

• Summer of 2018 waves goodbye as deeper autumnal pattern arrives

• Center invites victims to share opinions about crime

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TOWN & VILLAGE

• ‘Make It on Main Street’ contest finalists will present their business plans

• Vernon briefs

• Around the Towns

• Newfane villages to host potluck, open forum on traffic calming

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MILESTONES

• Milestones

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SPORTS

• BF field hockey continues its winning ways

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VOICES

WEST BRATTLEBORO

S.O.S. from inside the West Wing

The staff of the Trump White House are behaving like children of alcoholics VIEWPOINT by Kevin O'Keefe

BRATTLEBORO

Putin’s playbook

Russia wants to create a binary split so severe that it fractures the United States VIEWPOINT by Joe Heslin

WILLIAMSVILLE

He was my grandfather

I thought the recording booth would be a safe place to say what I never expected to reveal. I had no interest in being vague when the English language already provides a perfectly good, accurate, and specific word to name my abuser. VIEWPOINT by Deborah Lee Luskin

LETTERS FROM READERS • Climate day of action a huge success

LETTERS FROM READERS • Anti-begging ordinances limit everyone’s Constitutional rights

LETTERS FROM READERS • The rest of us should follow and support the women

LETTERS FROM READERS • Gilligan: perspective and energy of youth

LETTERS FROM READERS • Kavanaugh a symptom of the elitist old-boy network

LETTERS FROM READERS • Honor true heroes, not thieves, enslavers, and murderers

LETTERS FROM READERS • Coffey: honesty, authenticity, and accountability

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ARTS

BRATTLEBORO

Explosive innovations

VJC to host Grammy-winning bassist Christian McBride and his new quartetBy Eugene Uman

BRATTLEBORO

Faces of recovery

At BMAC, ‘If She Has A Pulse, She Has A Chance’ looks at the struggle to rise above drug addiction

• Four local artists to discuss creative spark

• Literary power couple Royall and Mary Tyler featured in new play, ‘True as Steel’

• Rock River Players present ‘Twelve Angry Jurors’

• Stephen Procter Ceramics on sale at the Inn on Putney Road

• Architecture + Design Film Series comes to Brattleboro

• Film on neurodiversity is topic for discussion at Landmark College

• In-Sight’s annual Exhibition and Benefit Auction returns for its 20th year

• Sarasa Ensemble performs Mendelssohn’s String Octet at BMC

• ‘Laundry’ explores women’s voices, lives

• Samirah Evans, Evelyn Harris to perform in benefit concert for Brooks Library on Oct. 19

• 50 authors and 40 events celebrate the written word: Brattleboro Literary Festival takes place Oct. 11–14

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