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Book discussion: Night on Fire
May 25, 2017, Thursday
One at noon, another at 6
Rockingham Free Public Library; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Celebrate Resistance! A Green Mountain Crossroads Fundraiser
May 25, 2017, Thursday
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
The Lounge; Brattleboro, VT
 
Pina (a film by Wim Wenders)
May 25, 2017, Thursday
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Next Stage Arts; Putney, VT
 
Townshend Farmers' Market Opening Day
May 26, 2017, Friday
3:29 am - 7:00 pm
West Townshend Farmers Market; West Townshend, VT
 
Sherwin Art Glass open studio
May 27, 2017, Saturday
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sherwin Art Glass; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Vermont Crafts Council Open Studio Weekend
May 27, 2017, Saturday
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Vermont; Vermont
 
2 X 2
May 27, 2017, Saturday
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Main Street Arts; Saxtons River, VT
 
Sherwin Art Glass open studio
May 28, 2017, Sunday
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sherwin Art Glass; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Vermont Crafts Council Open Studio Weekend
May 28, 2017, Sunday
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Vermont; Vermont
 
Sunday Sounds, May 28 Edition: Reverberations and Overtones
May 28, 2017, Sunday
10:30 am - 12:00 pm
118 Elliot; Brattleboro, VT
 

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The Walpolean
· Planning Board Workshop Meeting Minutes – 5/23/17 (May 24)
 
· (May 19)
 
· Hydrant Flushing – 5/24&25/17 (May 18)
 
· Walpole Library Receives Donation (May 18)
 
· Planning Board a Workshop  (May 15)
 
Eagle Times
· New chief to lead Plainfield, Meriden fire departments (May 24)
 
· VT governor vetoes pot legalization bill (May 24)
 
· Trustees discuss town meeting voting discrepancy (May 24)
 
· 'It's a great community' (May 24)
 
· Town looks to reboot new EMS building project (May 24)
 
Vermont Journal / Shopper
· Shedding light on Vermont’s sometimes dark past (May 25)
 
· Southern Vermont Idol call for auditions (May 24)
 
· Kinhaven’s Young Artist Seminar to perform (May 24)
 
· Forest tent caterpillar damage expected again (May 24)
 
· Dear Editor, A community raises a child (May 24)
 
· Secretary Holcombe to launch new consolidated school district (May 24)
 
· Dear Editor, Closing a school guarantees decline (May 24)
 
· Dear Editor, Thank for to the towns (May 24)
 
· This weeks’ full online edition of The Vermont Journal 05-24-17 (May 24)
 
· This weeks’ full online edition of The Shopper 05-24-17 (May 24)
 
Valley News
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Dartmouth-Hitchcock Hires Chief Nursing Executive (May 25)
 
· Area Officials React to Rejection of Marijuana Legalization (May 25)
 
· Uninsured Increase Under GOP Plan (May 25)
 
· Trump Visits Pope in Vatican (May 25)
 
· Hartford Police Reaching Out to Owners of Unregistered Dogs (May 25)
 
· Lottery May Be Tapped to Fund Kindergarten (May 25)
 
· Sununu, Weinstein Meet Over State Hospital Staffing (May 25)
 
· Montana GOP Candidate ‘Body-Slams’ Reporter (May 25)
 
· DeVos Sidesteps Question on Discrimination (May 25)
 
· Video Suggests Cop Hit Girl (May 25)
 
Keene Sentinel Source
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Swanzey selectmen approve changes to fireworks ordinance (May 24)
 
· Summer concert series to return to Walpole green (May 24)
 
· Bulletin board May 24, 2017 (May 24)
 
· ConVal senior's film honored at annual NH student film festival (May 24)
 
· From the files May 24, 2017 (May 24)
 
· In opioid fight, responders look toward emerging danger from carfentanil (May 24)
 
· Fire Mutual Aid log, May 24, 2017 (May 24)
 
· Children's books destroyed at Little Free Library in Peterborough (May 24)
 
· Lee family gathers to celebrate lives both daring and caring (May 24)
 
· The perks and places for exercising outdoors (May 24)
 
Brattleboro Reformer
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· 'Falling into the drink': Historic bridge reopens after $2.35M repair (May 24)
 
· North Country General Store: A 'fairy tale' transition to an old-time Vermont town (May 24)
 
· Third time the charm?: Failure to pass school budget could mean 'serious problems' (May 24)
 
· Brattleboro Goes Fourth: Organizing committee seeks donations (May 24)
 
· Vermont governor vetoes marijuana legalization (May 24)
 
· GMMT: Emergency $20k needed for Brattleboro town pool (May 24)
 
· GMMT: Tuesday News Show for May 23 (May 24)
 
· Audit for wastewater plant coming: Board 'stays the course' on rates for utilities (May 23)
 
· Eluding police: Rockingham man accused of DUI with child in car (May 23)
 
· Strolling of the Heifers: Brattleboro parade and festival highlight local farmers and local food (May 23)
 
Springfield VT News
· Springfield police chief goes to Washington, opposes bigger trucks (May 25)
 
· Birth: Jack Douglas Alexander (May 25)
 
· Photos: Angel of Bethesda statue returns (May 25)
 
· Local artists to participate in this weekend's Open Studio event (May 24)
 
· River Valley Ridge Riders hold another successful poker run (May 24)
 
· Springfield May Festival featured sunshine, artworks (May 24)
 
· Gearing up for the 2017 Springfield Steampunk Festival (May 24)
 
· Fire department awarded $260K for new air packs (May 24)
 
· Saudi Arabia and ISIS – a side by side comparison (May 23)
 
· Police log (May 23)
 
Chester Telegraph
· Chester board talks new fire station, cemetery expansion (May 24)
 
· 104th ANG fighter pilots spar high above Green Mountains (May 24)
 
· Weston Select Board agenda for May 23, 2017 (May 23)
 
· Pinkham graveside services set for June 4 (May 22)
 
· Reward offered in Rockingham Shell burglary (May 21)
 
E-Ticker News of Claremont
· Fugitive of the Week: Felicia Surething (May 22)
 
· Support For Vets (May 20)
 
· Search for Stolen Jewelry Leads to Arrest (May 17)
 
· Springfield Drug Investigation Leads to Multiple Arrests (May 16)
 
· Fugitive of the Week: Brian A. Roy (May 12)
 
Local & Regional News Sources Without Feeds
· The Commons
· Walpole Clarion
· Westminster Gazette
· Rutland Herald
· Nashua Telegraph
Concord Monitor
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Quality Cash Market, a cornerstone corner store in East Concord, is saved from foreclosure (May 25)
 
· Concord police compare records to sex abuse report on St. Paul’s School (May 25)
 
· Analysis: Accidental shootings involving kids often go unpunished (May 25)
 
· Right-to-know request filed for more info on police-involved shooting (May 25)
 
· PHOTOS: Soup for you (May 25)
 
· N.H. inmates learn Braille in hopes of getting work after prison  (May 25)
 
· Suspected suicide bomb in Jakarta kills policeman, injures 9 (May 24)
 
· Throwing chaos aside, Trump aims for caution on big trip (May 24)
 
· Islamic State-linked militants besiege Philippine city (May 24)
 
· Subpoenas pile up for Michael Flynn’s documents (May 24)
 
Union Leader
· Quality Cash Market, a cornerstone corner store in East Concord, is saved from foreclosure (May 25)
 
· Concord police compare records to sex abuse report on St. Paul’s School (May 25)
 
· Analysis: Accidental shootings involving kids often go unpunished (May 25)
 
· Right-to-know request filed for more info on police-involved shooting (May 25)
 
· PHOTOS: Soup for you (May 25)
 
· N.H. inmates learn Braille in hopes of getting work after prison  (May 25)
 
· Suspected suicide bomb in Jakarta kills policeman, injures 9 (May 24)
 
· Throwing chaos aside, Trump aims for caution on big trip (May 24)
 
· Islamic State-linked militants besiege Philippine city (May 24)
 
· Subpoenas pile up for Michael Flynn’s documents (May 24)
 
WCAX
· What should business owners know about service animals? (May 25)
 
· Squier selected to NASCAR Hall of Fame (May 25)
 
· Confusion in Beekmantown sends parents to inapt website (May 25)
 
· Police: No criminal charges for Middlebury College protesters (May 24)
 
· Vermont-made supercar wows gearheads across the country (May 24)
 
· Is the Fountain of Youth found in poop? (May 24)
 
· Gov. Scott vetoes the marijuana bill (May 24)
 
· Sanders: 'Do not call this bill a health care bill' (May 24)
 
· Montpelier City Council expected to approve blight ordinance (May 24)
 
· Vermonters' views mixed on marijuana legalization (May 24)
 
· 4 bears roaming neighborhood near Dartmouth to be euthanized (May 24)
 
· Police: Man accused of pleasuring himself in Williston Toys R Us (May 24)
 
· Art hits the road in Bennington (May 24)
 
· Pothole Pitfalls (May 24)
 
VPR
· Guyon: Manchester Bombing (May 25)
 
· Historically Red Wolfeboro, N.H., Elects Democrat To Statehouse In Special Election (May 24)
 
· Sanders Stumps For Democratic Candidate In Closely Watched Montana Special Election (May 24)
 
· ACLU Calls For Halt To Vermont DMV's Facial Recognition Program (May 24)
 
· Watts: Fuel Standards (May 24)
 
· Gov. Scott Vetoes Marijuana Legalization, But Stays Open To Revisions (May 24)
 
· On The Importance Of Sleep (May 24)
 
· Elected Officials Hope To Have A Budget Deal In Place Before June Veto Session (May 23)
 
· Leahy And Sanders Are In Key Roles To Review Trump's Budget Plan (May 23)
 
· Albright: Beautiful Dreamers (May 23)
 
NHPR
· Wildlife Officials on the Hunt for Bears Who Entered a Hanover Home (May 24)
 
· Why Did the Citizens of Lisbon, N.H. Revolt? (May 24)
 
· Inmates at N.H. Women's Prison Learn Braille Transcription (May 24)
 
· Dems Pick Up House Seat In Wolfeboro, As GOP Holds On In Hillsborough County (May 24)
 
· Democrats Say Trump Budget Would Hurt New Hampshire (May 24)
 
· Lawyer: More Sexual Abuse Victims Likely to Come Forward (May 23)
 
· Carfentanil Confirmed as Cause of Six Overdose Deaths in N.H. (May 23)
 
· Labrie Asks N.H. Court To Review Law That Labels Him A Sex Offender (May 23)
 
· Cheshire County Finds Funding Solution for Long-Running Nursing Home Debate (May 23)
 
· Top Fish & Game Official: Why N.H. Rescues Are Through the Roof (May 23)
 
VTDigger
· Latest district merger plans come with some quirks (May 25)
 
· Experts offer analysis of southern Vermont economic issues (May 24)
 
· Sandra Levine: Next steps for climate action (May 24)
 
· Suzanna Jones: Experiment in Environmental Ethics (May 24)
 
· Paul Manganiello & Susan Thomas: Practicing Intentional Vulnerability and American Exceptionalism (May 24)
 
· Rutland school board says talks with teachers at impasse (May 24)
 
· Judge tosses portions of suit claiming race bias, illegal search (May 24)
 
· Governor announces members of opioid council (May 24)
 
· No criminal charges for protesters at Middlebury College (May 24)
 
· UPDATED: Scott vetoes pot legalization, but says he’s open to compromise (May 24)
 
· Sovernet rebrands itself as FirstLight (May 24)
 
· Scott appoints Mullin to chair Green Mountain Care Board (May 24)
 
· Doggedly persistent, not always popular. Please support VTDigger’s investigative reporting. (May 24)
 
· New York man sentenced for role in pill distribution ring (May 24)
 
Seven Days VT
· Walters: Scott Names Two to Green Mountain Care Board (May 24)
 
· Scott Vetoes Marijuana Legalization in Vermont (May 24)
 
· Crossword (5/24/17) (May 24)
 
· Meet Burlington's Newest Online Music Publication and Production Company (May 24)
 
· A Wind Turbine Engineer Climbs High (May 24)
 
· Free Will Astrology (5/24/17) (May 24)
 
· Movie Review: 'Alien: Covenant' Tries to Be All Things to All Monster Fans (May 24)
 
· In South Pomfret, an Old Grange Becomes a New Theater (May 24)
 
· Movie Review: New Documentary 'Risk' Doesn't Do Justice to WikiLeaks' Julian Assange (May 24)
 
· Ross Sheehan Lets Loose at New Vergennes Studio (May 24)
 
· Album Review: Swillbillie, 'What?!?!?' (May 24)
 
· An Onion Editor Talks Satire in the Age of Trump (May 24)
 
· Album Review: Clare Byrne, 'Seed' (May 24)
 
· Southern Vermont Group Raises Political Cash — With a Soup CSA (May 24)
 
Vermont Press Bureau
· Scott vetoes pot legalization, offers path forward (May 24)
 
· Scott selects Mullin, Usifer for Green Mountain Care Board (May 24)
 
· Scott to veto pot legalization bill (May 24)
 
· Scott will tap Mullin to lead Green Mountain Care Board (May 23)
 
· Lawmakers adjourn, await veto (May 19)
 
· Dems declare impasse, look to end session without agreement with governor (May 17)
 
· Unions oppose latest attempt to resolve teacher health care showdown (May 16)
 
Business Vermont
· Residential home changes name to Gary Residence (May 19)
 
· Ken and Bunny Libby open Stowe Area Realty (May 19)
 
· Museum looks to a future spent outdoors (May 19)
 
· Think you’re enjoying your weekends? Guess again (May 19)
 
· UVM grad Mike Mainer joins DuBois & King (May 19)
 
· Medical video recording provision creates tricky dispute (May 19)
 
· Second-in-command named for Digital Services team   (May 19)
 
Vermont state government
· The Ticks Are Out. Here's How to Be Tick Smart (May 24)
 
· Vermont's Annual Lake Seminar to be Held June 2, 2017 (May 24)
 
· Memorial Day Weekend is Here - Let the Summer Fun Begin (May 23)
 
· Community Tobacco Prevention Grant Awards Announced (May 22)
 
· Temporary Closure of Trails on Mount Pisgah in Willoughby State Forest (May 19)
 
· Secretary of Agriculture, Anson Tebbetts, Announces 2017 Grantees of the Working Lands Enterprise Fund (May 18)
 
· Deadline Approaching to Register for Final PFOA Blood Draw Clinic (May 18)