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Mid-River Bulletin Board
Public-powered events calendar & bulletin board
for the mid-Connecticut River borderlands
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"Discovering Your Family History" workshop
April 27, 2017, Thursday
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Rockingham Free Public Library; Bellows Falls, VT
Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia: Effective Communication Strategies
April 27, 2017, Thursday
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Currier Hall; Bellows Falls, VT
Take Back the Night: Rally, March, and Candlelight Vigil
April 27, 2017, Thursday
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Brattleboro Common; Brattleboro, VT
"Bird Is A Verb" with The Bird Diva
April 27, 2017, Thursday
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
NewsBank Conference Center; Chester, VT
"Brown Girl Dreaming" Book Discussion at Springfield Town Library
April 27, 2017, Thursday
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Springfield Town Library; Springfield, VT
Tickling Giants – [framed] Documentary film series
April 27, 2017, Thursday
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Next Stage; Putney, VT
Bus to Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
April 28, 2017, Friday
Saxtons River Art Guild; Saxtons River, VT
Spring Rummage and Food Sale
April 28, 2017, Friday
Friday 4 - 6, Rummage; Saturday 9 - 1, Rummage + Food
First Congregational Church; Walpole, NH
Big Woods Voices
April 28, 2017, Friday
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Main Street Arts; Saxtons River, VT
Rockingham Library featured by the National Endowment for the Arts
April 29, 2017, Saturday
Local news
Rockingham Free Public Library; Bellows Falls, VT

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The Walpolean
· Planning Board Workshop Minutes – 4/25/17 (Apr 27)
· Clarion Now Online (Apr 27)
· Childfind Screening – 5/17/17 (Apr 27)
· Zoning Board Meeting Minutes – 4/19/17 (Apr 24)
· Selectboard Meeting Minutes – 4/13/17 (Apr 24)
Eagle Times
· City continues review of current use land (Apr 27)
· After 2 failed proposals, Act 46 committee to vote again in 6 weeks (Apr 26)
· Mix-up may lead to lights out over Arch Bridge (Apr 26)
Vermont Journal / Shopper
· Cavendish Community Fund updates its image (Apr 27)
· New summer camp for kids focuses on music and imagination (Apr 27)
· Cheryl Ann Winslow, 1966 – 2017 (Apr 27)
· Barbara F. Rogers, 1948 – 2016 (Apr 27)
· EarI D. Douglass, 1939 – 2017 (Apr 27)
· Malcolm and Pacino are Pets of the Week (Apr 26)
· FOLA movie series reaches 3,000th viewer (Apr 26)
· A grand choral fanfare (Apr 26)
· Ludlow Firehouse mystery  (Apr 26)
· Shopping local can benefit you and your community (Apr 26)
Valley News
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Woodstock Woman Pleads Not Guilty To Fraud, Forgery Charges (Apr 27)
· Fairlee Votes To Renovate Town Hall (Apr 27)
· Primary Source:  Looking at the Sanders Juggernaut (Apr 27)
· Dartmouth Energy Plan Could Bring Changes to Power Plant in Center of Hanover (Apr 27)
· Thetford Man Pleads Not Guilty to Sexual Assault (Apr 27)
· Study: Americans Arrived on Earth Earlier Than Previously Thought (Apr 27)
· White House: Trump Says U.S. Will Not Withdraw From NAFTA (Apr 27)
· FCC Unveils New Rules for Net Neutrality     (Apr 27)
· Made in the Upper Valley Video: Andrew Pearce Bowls (Apr 26)
· Hanover Responds to College’s Appeal Of Athletic Facility Permit Denial (Apr 26)
Keene Sentinel Source
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Sheriff's office questions story of shooting victim in Vermont (Apr 27)
· Bobcat returns to the wild after being hit by car (Apr 27)
· Director readies to leave Keene Senior Center (Apr 27)
· Controlled releases planned at Otter Brook Dam this weekend (Apr 27)
· McBeth first woman named to head trustees at Savings Bank of Walpole (Apr 27)
· Police: Man found in Brattleboro brook died of accidental drowning (Apr 27)
· Man injured in reported accidental shooting in Vernon, Vt. (Apr 27)
· Delay on federal budget leaves state grant funding in limbo (Apr 27)
· Cheshire County grand jury hands up indictments (Apr 27)
· Bulletin board April 27, 2017 (Apr 27)
Brattleboro Reformer
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Wilmington Planning Commission proposes new committees (Apr 27)
· Comtuck proposes residential project at former Hermitage lots (Apr 27)
· Attorneys at odds over expert interviews in double homicide case (Apr 27)
· Brattleboro Police to host Coffee with a Cop (Apr 27)
· Dover man accused of eluding police (Apr 27)
· Brattleboro Hospice is beneficiary of annual Share the Love fundraiser (Apr 26)
· Bobcat struck by vehicle on April 10 released back to the wild (Apr 26)
· Autopsy results: Cause of Massachusetts man's death 'accidental drowning' (Apr 26)
· Nunziata, Howe named 'Bigs of the Year' for Vermont (Apr 26)
· GMMT: Tuesday News Show for April 25 (Apr 26)
Springfield VT News
· Children evacuated from Springfield Parent Child Center (Apr 27)
· Springfield K-2 fares well at states (Apr 27)
· North Springfield Industrial Park access detour (Apr 27)
· A boxing fan campaigns to elect Springfield native as first woman in the International Boxing Hall of Fame (Apr 26)
· Moxley Union at the Taverne (Apr 26)
· Man accused of assault jailed for contempt of court (Apr 26)
· Springfield Community Chorus marks 50th anniversary (Apr 26)
· Making fabric pottery (Apr 25)
· River Valley Employment Fair set for Wednesday (Apr 25)
· Previously unknown Asahel Powers portrait featured at April 26th Estates Auction in Connecticut (Apr 25)
Chester Telegraph
· Grafton Select Board agenda for May 1, 2017 (Apr 27)
· Man arrested in VSP barracks break-in attempt, more charges (Apr 26)
· Small crowd for Mill River merger meeting in Ludlow (Apr 26)
· Chester board discusses emergency preparedness, new fire station (Apr 26)
· Act 46 RED goes to voters: What will merger mean? (Apr 25)
Local & Regional News Sources Without Feeds
· The Commons
· Walpole Clarion
· Westminster Gazette
· Rutland Herald
· Nashua Telegraph
Concord Monitor
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Mount Royal Academy honor roll (Apr 27)
· Authorities still seek info cases of bodies found in barrels in Allenstown (Apr 27)
· Report: DCYF still faces massive case backlog, staffing problems (Apr 27)
· Plan in the works to build children’s wing at N.H. mental hospital (Apr 27)
· Concord sees steep rise in drug overdoses as carfentanil emerges in N.H. (Apr 27)
· N.H. businesses discuss impact of Trump tariffs on Canadian lumber (Apr 27)
· Lumber industry has a history of price volatility (Apr 27)
· Rundlett Middle School hires two top administrators ahead of retirements (Apr 27)
· Hopkinton rated No. 2 school in N.H. (Apr 27)
· Bow’s new public safety building set to open mid-June (Apr 27)
Union Leader
· Pentagon Two U.S. service members killed in Afghanistan (Apr 27)
· Laconia widow files malpractice suit claiming husband suffocated (Apr 27)
· Editorial Cartoon April 27, 2017 (Apr 27)
· Police Manchester woman made threat with stolen weapon (Apr 27)
· Seven orphaned, once starving bear cubs on the rebound at Lyme rehab facility (Apr 27)
· NH Club Notes Garden clubs to participate in MFA's Art in Bloom (Apr 27)
· Entrepreneur award nominations extended (Apr 27)
· Trump seeks to shrink federal role in education with new order (Apr 27)
· South Korea, U.S. warn of punishment for North Korea U.S. stresses sanctions (Apr 27)
· Ann Coulter cancels speech at Berkeley amid safety dispute (Apr 27)
· Sweet rewards for Lake Champlain Chocolates (Apr 27)
· UVM research students in the spotlight (Apr 27)
· Court documents detail alleged child sex assaults at school (Apr 27)
· Vt. Senate confirms health official despite paperwork woes (Apr 27)
· Missing NH juvenile found in Vt. (Apr 27)
· Student accused in South Burlington threats released from federal custody (Apr 27)
· Vermont makes all lawsuits public with emergency order (Apr 27)
· Vt. man convicted of lewd and lascivious conduct (Apr 27)
· Former NH Gov. Craig Benson gets official portrait (Apr 27)
· Scott urges disposal of unused medication (Apr 27)
· Governor plans to get back in the driver's seat this weekend (Apr 27)
· Burlington officials urge penalties for fentanyl dealers (Apr 27)
· Local Reaction to potential bathroom bill (Apr 27)
· Dueling rallies aim to promote healing in South Burlington (Apr 27)
· Some New England Jews, Wary Of U.S. Politics, Reclaim German Citizenship (Apr 27)
· Vermont's Congressional Delegation Weighs In On Trump's First 100 Days (Apr 27)
· Not All Workers Are 'Employees' But It's Hard To Know The Difference (Apr 27)
· Greene: Brattleboro's Stephen Daye Press (Apr 27)
· Markowitz: Stepping Up For Science (Apr 27)
· 'Within Walking Distance': New Book Highlights Brattleboro's Downtown (Apr 27)
· Musician Tyler Daniel Bean On Turning His Poems Into Songs (Apr 26)
· Leahy Says Trump Needs To Be More Careful With North Korea (Apr 26)
· Legislature Considers Bill To Study How 'Data Brokers' Operate (Apr 26)
· The 'Vermont Edition' Podcast Is Changing. Here's What You Need To Know (Apr 26)
· Hassan Says North Korea Threat Requires Steady Leadership, Not Bluster (Apr 27)
· Rochester Fair Staffers Offer To Give Up Salaries To Help Save 150-Year-Old Event (Apr 27)
· Former Gov. Craig Benson Gets Official Portrait (Apr 27)
· If You're Seeking Accident Reports in N.H. - Go to the DMV Not Local Police Stations (Apr 26)
· Report: Outdoor Recreation Accounts For $51B In New England (Apr 26)
· JFK Diary From 1945 Goes For More Than $700,000 At Auction (Apr 26)
· Carfentanil, One Hundred Times More Powerful Than Fentanyl, Confirmed in N.H. (Apr 25)
· Bike Sharing Program Headed For Manchester (Apr 25)
· Granite Geek: Keene Designers Imagine the Infrastructure Behind Electric Vehicles (Apr 25)
· Manchester Lifts Voluntary Water Restrictions After Drought Conditions Improve (Apr 25)
· Bobcat’s release is a wildlife rehabilitation success story (Apr 27)
· South Burlington residents call for end to racism (Apr 27)
· Political wrangling over private school rules splits Vermont Legislature (Apr 27)
· Senate OKs budget on unanimous vote (Apr 27)
· Vermont firm is low bidder for Bennington airport project (Apr 27)
· Vermont Yankee cleanup partner stops work on nuclear dump (Apr 27)
· After defeat, Royalton residents seek new merger vote (Apr 27)
· Justice’s swearing-in marks both personal, historic milestones (Apr 26)
· Daniel Lyons: Dispelling internet privacy misconceptions (Apr 26)
· David Kelley: A last-minute plea to the General Assembly (Apr 26)
· Bill Schubart: Plan for the future, learn from the past (Apr 26)
· John Killacky: Mud season at the barn (Apr 26)
· More Syrian refugee families cleared to resettle in Rutland (Apr 26)
· Weinberger, law enforcement back criminal statute on fentanyl (Apr 26)
Seven Days VT
· Spring Amphibian Migration [SIV487] (Apr 27)
· A Divided South Burlington Tries to Unite With Two Separate Events (Apr 27)
· Walters: 'Plenty of Time' for Scott’s New Plan (Apr 27)
· Two Democrats Join Contest for Open Burlington City Council Seat (Apr 27)
· Vermont Senate Backs Budget 30-0, Setting Stage for Adjournment (Apr 26)
· Letters to the Editor (4/26/17) (Apr 26)
· Let's Grow Kids' 'Dream Team' Lobbies for Early Education Dollars (Apr 26)
· Major Jackson Heads Up Obama Tribute, in Poetry (Apr 26)
· Free Fire (Apr 26)
· Crossword (4/26/17) (Apr 26)
· Book Review: 'Senator Leahy: A Life in Scenes' by Philip Baruth (Apr 26)
· Milton Artists' Guild Unveils New Gallery (Apr 26)
· Alexis, 'Full Throttle' (Apr 26)
· HatePH34R, 'Thorazine Dreams' (Apr 26)
Vermont Press Bureau
· Senate advances budget and tax bills unanimously (Apr 26)
· Scott seeks teacher health care overhaul as Dems, union balk (Apr 25)
· Senate rejects raising the legal age for tobacco products (Apr 25)
· Finance commissioner to depart at end of fiscal year (Apr 24)
· Senate passes marijuana legalization bill with tax-and-regulate language (Apr 21)
· Scaled-back paid leave plan clears tax committee (Apr 20)
· Senators look to advance discussion on legal pot (Apr 19)
Business Vermont
· Mental health compensation bill removes objective standards (Apr 22)
· Vermont Teddy Bear announces Limb Loss & Limb Difference Bears (Apr 21)
· Winooski contractor transfers ownership to employees (Apr 21)
· Bread Loaf welcomes Oakman as new manager (Apr 21)
· Gund family creates Institute for the Environment at UVM (Apr 21)
· Community sustained indie bookstores through tough times (Apr 21)
· Milton to open art center and gallery (Apr 21)
Vermont state government
· Vermont Walleye Fishing Season Opens May 6 (Apr 26)
· Clear out your Medicine Cabinet of Vermont's Most Dangerous Leftovers (Apr 26)
· Vermont Announces Additions to African American Heritage Trail (Apr 26)
· Youth Hunter Education Challenge is May 14 (Apr 25)
· Vermont's Catch-and-Release Bass Fishing Season in Full Swing (Apr 25)
· Got Bats? VT Fish & Wildlife Seeks Champlain Valley Volunteers to Monitor Endangered Bats This Summer (Apr 25)
· Governor Phil Scott Appoints John Quinn as Agency of Digital Services Secretary (Apr 25)