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Writing Our Way to Resistance
September 25, 2018, Tuesday
Registration deadline for the 9/29 workshop
Village Square Booksellers; Bellows Falls, VT
Trans Book Group
September 26, 2018, Wednesday
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Root Social Justice Center; Brattleboro, VT
Dayna Kurtz, Willa Mamet & Paul Miller in Concert
September 27, 2018, Thursday
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Stage 33 Live; Bellows Falls, VT
Healing: The Transformative Imagery of Art
September 27, 2018, Thursday
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
The Great Hall; Springfield, VT
Hard Working Man
September 27, 2018, Thursday
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Next Stage; Putney, VT
Participatory Meeting: 2019 Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) for Southern Vermont
September 28, 2018, Friday
8:00 am - 10:00 am
Bellows Falls Opera House, Lower Theater; Bellows Falls, VT
Bellows Falls Opera House Movies
September 28, 2018, Friday
Various days and times
Bellows Falls Opera House; Bellows Falls, VT
The Vermont Jazz Center Sextet
September 28, 2018, Friday
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Main Street Arts; Saxtons River, VT
Color and the pastel landscape
September 29, 2018, Saturday
Workshop takes place on October 6th
United Church (Bellows Falls); Bellows Falls, VT
Problem solving in painting and drawing
September 29, 2018, Saturday
Workshop takes place on October 20
United Church (Bellows Falls); Bellows Falls, VT

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The Walpolean
· Zoning Board Meeting Minutes – 9/19/18 (Sep 25)
· Historical Society Sntique Appraisal Event – 10/5/18 (Sep 24)
· Happenings at Hooper Golf Course (Sep 23)
· Selectboard Meeting Minutes – 9/13/18 (Sep 21)
· Hooper Trustees Meeting Minutes – 9/13/18 (Sep 21)
Eagle Times
· Trustees take next step on YMCA building (Sep 26)
· How much crime is there around here and how important is it? (Sep 26)
· Light and liberty and the pursuit of happiness ... and liberal arts (Sep 26)
· City hires consultant to study persistent housing challenges (Sep 26)
· Route 5 in Windsor closed for three hours after car hits pedestrian (Sep 26)
· Study finds PCBs at potential town dog park site, cleanup would be expensive (Sep 26)
· Bringing back the nighthawks (Sep 26)
Vermont Journal / Shopper
· Church Services for week of Sept. 30 (Sep 26)
· A response to candidates debate aired on SAPA (Sep 26)
· THIS & THAT (Sep 25)
· Bringing up the rear (Sep 25)
· Bellows Falls/Springfield football, chapter 103 (Sep 25)
· Walpole Historical Society hosts antique appraisal event (Sep 25)
· Bellows Falls Elks soccer shoot (Sep 25)
· Corinne E. Sprague, 1930 – 2018 (Sep 25)
· CAES looking at a mid-November return to their building (Sep 25)
· Blood, platelet donations needed in wake of Hurricane Florence (Sep 25)
Valley News
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Ariz. Prosecutor Is GOP’s Choice for Hearing (Sep 26)
· President Defends Policies  At UN (Sep 26)
· Future of Instagram Pivotal for Facebook (Sep 26)
· Florence’s Impact Still Unfolding (Sep 26)
· Dartmouth Set to Link Up With ‘World’s Most Connected’ Man (Sep 26)
· Quechee Gorge Suicide Fence Delayed Amid Foliage Season Traffic Concerns (Sep 26)
· Grant Will Expand Public Transit on I-91 (Sep 26)
· Jim Kenyon: Blame Is Misplaced for Moving Out-of-State Inmates (Sep 26)
· Lebanon Officials Eye New Home for Recreation and Parks Department (Sep 26)
· Officials: Car Struck, Hospitalized Pedestrian in Windsor (Sep 25)
Keene Sentinel Source
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Keene man charged with DUI, police say he nearly hit cruiser in Vermont (Sep 25)
· Volinsky touts transparency in bid for re-election to Executive Council (Sep 25)
· Isn't it grand? With Steinway delivery, Keene State's pianos get a tuneup (Sep 25)
· Fire Mutual Aid log, Sept. 25, 2018 (Sep 25)
· Bulletin board Sept. 25, 2018 (Sep 25)
· Peterborough crash leaves Derry motorcyclist with broken bones (Sep 25)
· This day in history, Sept. 25, 2018 (Sep 25)
· No injuries reported from fire at fireworks store in Winchester (Sep 24)
· Three Keene residents arrested on drug charges (Sep 24)
· Bulletin board Sept. 24, 2018 (Sep 24)
Brattleboro Reformer
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Future of downtown bridges under review (Sep 25)
· Sanders endorses Hallquist in governor's race (Sep 25)
· Colo. group turns to local court (Sep 24)
· Teens see what distracted driving can do (Sep 24)
· Goodbye to the 7-Eleven gas pumps (Sep 24)
· Blaze at Stateline Fireworks store destroys inventory (Sep 24)
· Town, Retreat Farm settle tax appeal (Sep 24)
· 'A wonderful day' to Run for Recovery (Sep 24)
· New project percolating at old coffee plant (Sep 24)
· Innovative workforce plan unveiled (Sep 22)
Springfield VT News
· Bellows Falls/Springfield football, chapter 103 (Sep 25)
· Ron Patch: Bringing up the rear (Sep 25)
· Out of Darkness Walk well attended in Springfield (Sep 25)
· Kickoff event for Button Up Campaign (Sep 25)
· Les and Louise Roberts take Curb Appeal honors (Sep 25)
· Financial Aid Forms Workshop: Springfield High School (Sep 25)
· Springfield Elks award ENF grant to The Veterans' Place (Sep 25)
· Springfield Area Obituaries (Sep 25)
· Out of the Darkness walk supports suicide prevention (Sep 25)
· Town of Springfield to save up to $100K (Sep 25)
Chester Telegraph
· Ct. woman watches burglars in Windham home (Sep 20)
· Sylvia ‘Sibbie’ Fletcher, 81, lifelong Chester resident (Sep 20)
· CAES restoration may stretch into November (Sep 19)
· Weston board continues to mull ash borer (Sep 19)
· Derry board to vote on Energy Plan Oct. 1 (Sep 19)
E-Ticker News of Claremont
· Woman Wanted in Connection with Boat Landing Incident (Sep 24)
· Single Vehicle Accident on Charlestown Road (Sep 20)
· Car Discovered in River off Claremont Boat Landing (Sep 16)
· Newport Man Dies in Sunapee Vehicular Accident (Sep 12)
· Go to Current Issue tab for Claremont Election Results (Sep 12)
Local & Regional News Sources Without Feeds
· The Commons
· Walpole Clarion
· Westminster Gazette
· Rutland Herald
· Nashua Telegraph
· Seven Days
Concord Monitor
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Alumni discuss possible civil settlement with St. Paul’s School (Sep 25)
· VA urgent care facility will stay open 24/7 for at least the time being (Sep 25)
· Once a POW, Jack Merrill brings the past into focus (Sep 25)
· New Boston denies officer did anything wrong prior to Weare fatal crash  (Sep 25)
· Man, 18, killed in Route 4 crash in Northwood (Sep 25)
· Concord man sentenced in Maine for Social Security fraud (Sep 25)
· Legal problems with software shuts Fish and Game online retail  (Sep 25)
· PHOTO: Rainy day in Concord (Sep 25)
· Volinsky, local school districts to host funding forum (Sep 25)
· Pope: Priestly abuse scandals driving Catholic faithful away (Sep 25)
· Hearings set to approve controversial Burlington Telecom sale ()
· Tractor-trailer slams into parked cars, damages home ()
· Judge denies bail for Orleans man accused of shooting wife ()
· Ex-girlfriend says suicidal driver was a veteran with PTSD ()
· Rep. Kiah Morris steps down ()
· Vt. GOP official under fire for alleged inappropriate tweet ()
· Powerful Transformation ()
· Nova Bus gets multi-million dollar contract ()
· Former Mad River Valley family flooded out by Florence ()
· Bill Cosby gets 3 to 10 years in prison for sex assault ()
· Citing Family Health Issues, Bennington Rep. Kiah Morris Resigns House Seat (Sep 25)
· Sec. Of State Wants An Easier Way For Vermonters To Appeal Denial Of Public Records (Sep 25)
· Vermont Edition Live With Madeleine Kunin (Sep 25)
· Watts: E-cigarettes (Sep 25)
· 'Good Rosie!' Author, Illustrator And Canine Inspiration Wow Kids At Burlington Event (Sep 25)
· Trump Shrugs Off Laughter At U.N.: 'Didn't Expect That Reaction, But That's OK' (Sep 25)
· Deadly Threat To Vermont Deer Herd Shows Up In Quebec, Wildlife Officials On Alert (Sep 25)
· Campaign 2018: Stephen Marx, Independent Gubernatorial Candidate (Sep 25)
· Watch: President Donald Trump Addresses United Nations General Assembly (Sep 25)
· McCallum: Squirrels (Sep 25)
· ACLU Files Federal Suit Against Exeter Police, Claims Man Unlawfully Held Before Transferred to ICE (Sep 25)
· Longtime Legal Aid Worker In Berlin Retires (Sep 25)
· Water Quality Impact from Portsmouth Treatment Plant Closes Some Shellfish Areas (Sep 25)
· N.H. Forecast: Heavy Rain Tuesday, Possible High Winds, Thunderstorms Wednesday (Sep 25)
· Drug Treatment Facility to Open at Sununu Youth Center (Sep 25)
· N.H. Senator Describes 1976 Assault, And Why She Didn't Report (Sep 25)
· N.H. Tourism Office Projects $1.4B in Fall Visitor Spending (Sep 25)
· Study of Marijuana Legalization in N.H. Nears Completion (Sep 24)
· 2018's First Mosquitoes Carrying EEE Found In N.H. (Sep 24)
· Amid Contract Fight, Manchester Fire Department Makes Cuts (Sep 24)
Vermont state government
· Vermont Agency of Natural Resources Secretary Will Host Community Meeting to Discuss Range of Environmental Topics on September 25 (Sep 21)
· ‘Farm To School’ Grant Program to Open Soon for New Applications (Sep 21)
· Agency of Education Endorses National Center for Construction Education and Research Curriculum (Sep 18)
· Hunter Access Seminar for Vermont Landowners (Sep 18)
· Resources to Help Survivors of Hurricane Florence (Sep 17)
· State Partners with Local Fire Departments to Safely Get Rid of Toxic Fire-Fighting Foam (Sep 14)
· Governor Phil Scott Announces $2.4 Million in Grants for Electric Vehicle Charging Stations (Sep 11)
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