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Mid-River Bulletin Board
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Bellows Falls Opera House Movies
May 23, 2017, Tuesday
Various days and showtimes
Bellows Falls Opera House; Bellows Falls, VT
 
May is National Foster Care Month
May 24, 2017, Wednesday
Public Service Announcement
Windham & Windsor Counties, Vermont; Windham & Windsor Counties, Vermont
 
Southern Vermont Economic Development Summit
May 24, 2017, Wednesday
9:30 am - 8:00 pm
Stratton Mountain Base Lodge; South Londonderry, VT
 
Poet Seat project update
May 24, 2017, Wednesday
6:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Rockingham Free Public Library; Bellows Falls, VT
 
The Power of Water, Part II
May 24, 2017, Wednesday
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Rockingham Free Public Library; Bellows Falls, VT
 
Pollock
May 24, 2017, Wednesday
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Bellows Falls Opera House; Bellows Falls, VT
 
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
 

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The Walpolean
· (May 19)
 
· Hydrant Flushing – 5/24&25/17 (May 18)
 
· Walpole Library Receives Donation (May 18)
 
· Planning Board a Workshop  (May 15)
 
· Clarion Deadline – 5/22/17 (May 14)
 
Eagle Times
· Woolson Block project secures more funding (May 23)
 
· Restoration of historic opera house drape begins (May 22)
 
· Youth Services to hold open house at new location (May 22)
 
Vermont Journal / Shopper
· Pet of the Week is Zoey (May 23)
 
· Dear Editor, Thank you for your donations at the Plant Sale (May 23)
 
· Open Studio Weekend at Fletcher Farm School for the Arts & Crafts (May 23)
 
· Dear Editor, I feel strongly that Black River does not close (May 22)
 
· Join our Learn to Row program (May 22)
 
· Documentary film: “13th” (May 22)
 
· Dear Editor, Lack of recognition (May 22)
 
· Bird Carving at VAULT’s Open Studio (May 22)
 
· Sunny Lowdown and the Ice Cream Men (May 22)
 
· Two hikes on Bromley with the Green Mountain Club (May 22)
 
Valley News
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Trump Asked  Spy Chiefs For Help (May 23)
 
· Trump’s $4.1 Trillion Budget Proposes Drastic Domestic Cuts (May 23)
 
· Questions About Russia Chase Trump During First Israel Visit (May 23)
 
· At Least 19 Dead in Concert Explosion (May 23)
 
· Flynn Won’t Provide Records to Senate, Takes Fifth Amendment (May 23)
 
· No Bail for Man in Vt. Killing (May 23)
 
· D-H Reports Improved Finances (May 23)
 
· Norwich Pulls Back Zoning Proposal (May 23)
 
· Two Candidates for Newport Principal Job Meet Public at Forum (May 23)
 
· Virginia School Debates Dropping Confederate Name (May 23)
 
Keene Sentinel Source
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· Road, infrastructure projects piling up for the summer in the region (May 22)
 
· 'Soils Trek' planned June 3 at Horatio Colony Nature Preserve (May 22)
 
· Bulletin board May 22, 2017 (May 22)
 
· Cabaret is theme of upcoming Sentinel Choice Awards event (May 22)
 
· From the files May 22, 2017 (May 22)
 
· Pre-fab homes: You may be living in a piece of history (May 22)
 
· Road paving projects planned for the Monadnock Region (May 22)
 
· Rhode Island man, Vt. teen injured while hiking Mount Monadnock this weekend (May 22)
 
· Grand Monadnock Youth Choirs celebrate 20 years, say goodbye to founder (May 22)
 
· Bellows Falls woman charged with assaulting trooper at Brattleboro hospital (May 22)
 
Brattleboro Reformer
(Five-article monthly paywall)
· 'Why Mice Like Cheese' wins Kipling Award (May 23)
 
· Nuke advisory panel bill stalls in Legislature (May 23)
 
· Block party begins a summer of events (May 23)
 
· Hunger Council working to make Windham County healthier (May 23)
 
· Guilford bridge being built (May 23)
 
· Wilmington board open to public access channel proposal (May 23)
 
· Gravel Grinder bike race proves challenging (May 23)
 
· Police Log (May 22)
 
· Rockingham board discusses compost services and new sidewalk (May 22)
 
· Culvert installation causes consternation (May 22)
 
Springfield VT News
· Documentary shown and discussion follows at Library (May 23)
 
· Dartmouth student research shows value of breaking bread together (May 22)
 
· 14-year old completes 50th state marathon to save the eyesight of kids in need (May 22)
 
· FREE DANDELIONS at Vermont State Parks! (May 22)
 
· HCRS to host 10th annual golf tournament fundraiser (May 22)
 
· PETA calls for investigation into slaughterhouse (May 21)
 
· Make-a-Wish builds treehouse for Springfield girl (May 21)
 
· Springfield Senior Center news (May 20)
 
· 'Ten Good Reasons To Hire An Experienced Personal Injury Attorney' (May 19)
 
· Stern awarded tree steward by forestry program (May 19)
 
Chester Telegraph
· Pinkham graveside services set for June 4 (May 22)
 
· Reward offered in Rockingham Shell burglary (May 21)
 
· UPDATE: I-91 Rockingham Bridge construction schedule (May 21)
 
· Andover Select Board agenda for May 22, 2017 (May 19)
 
· Derry resident tells board of problems below solar farm; Town Plan ready for hearing (May 17)
 
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)
· Ford taps former office furniture executive to be new CEO (May 23)
 
· New Jersey state police sue gun company for more than $2 million (May 23)
 
· Bobcats bounce back: Thriving animals poised as next urban pest (May 23)
 
· Quality Cash Market foreclosure auction canceled  (May 23)
 
· Report: No action taken after repeated sexual misconduct by ex-St. Paul’s teacher (May 23)
 
· St. Paul’s School admits 13 cases of sexual abuse by former faculty (May 23)
 
· First five jurors chosen for Cosby’s sexual assault trial (May 23)
 
· U.K. police: 19 confirmed dead in explosion at Grande concert (May 23)
 
· Can you stomp on the gas in an electric car? Metaphorically, yes – and boy, do you get results  (May 23)
 
· Investigators refuse to release information on police-involved shooting for now (May 22)
 
Union Leader
· At least 19 killed in blast at Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, arena suicide bomber suspected (May 23)
 
· College Baseball St. Thomas tops SNHU for NCAA regional title (May 23)
 
· Reps say Westinghouse workers not seeking raise before lockout (May 23)
 
· Report shows school covered up 2000 probe of faculty impropriety (May 23)
 
· Alcohol charges precede Bedford prom (May 23)
 
· Missing boy, 4, found after quick search in Newmarket (May 22)
 
· Court reverses Belknap County deputy sheriff's sex assault conviction (May 22)
 
· Lebanon police accuse woman of DWI with child in car (May 22)
 
· Gorham settles resident's suit alleging violation of rights for 6,500 (May 22)
 
· Report St. Paul's School investigation finds dozens of staff sexual misconduct claims, allegations (May 22)
 
WCAX
· Crews respond to massive fire in Hardwick (May 23)
 
· Could a cannabis cousin change your life? (May 23)
 
· Man charged in Montpelier murder appears in court (May 22)
 
· MiVT: Vermont Beekeeping Supply (May 22)
 
· Springfield 9-year-old's wish for new tree house comes true (May 22)
 
· Developers hope to open historic Saranac Lake hotel this summer (May 22)
 
· Regulators seek sound limit on Vt. wind turbines (May 22)
 
· Weekend accidents illustrate risks of ATVs and UTVs (May 22)
 
· Police search for wanted man after car rams into St. Albans gas station (May 22)
 
· Vt. woman pleads not guilty after allegedly leading police on wild chase (May 22)
 
· Wilmington fire chief lambasts workplace culture in resignation letter (May 22)
 
· Former Vt. doctor charged with child sex assault (May 22)
 
· Police: 2 teens flip over ATV in Belvidere (May 22)
 
· NY buys Marion River Carry, settling ADK land dispute (May 22)
 
VPR
· Montpelier Butchery Revives A Neighborhood Tradition, With Cocktails (May 22)
 
· After Racial Incidents, UNH President Tells Graduates: 'This Is Not Who We Are' (May 22)
 
· What Teachers And School Boards Think Of The Governor's $26 Million Savings Proposal (May 22)
 
· How To Avoid Interactions With Bears (May 22)
 
· Inspired By French Tradition, Essex Junction Residents Plan Event To Celebrate Neighbors (May 20)
 
· Henningsen: Removal From Office (May 19)
 
· Scott To Decide On Fate Of Marijuana Legalization By Wednesday (May 19)
 
· Wilton: Teacher's Healthcare Stalemate (May 19)
 
· An ICE Arrest After A Workers' Comp Meeting Has Lawyers Questioning If It Was Retaliation (May 19)
 
· As Vermont's Airbnb Scene Grows, Small Towns Struggle With Regulation (May 19)
 
NHPR
· Bishop Visits ICE Detainees At County Jail (May 22)
 
· Labor Dispute Leads to Lockout at Westinghouse Plant in Newington (May 22)
 
· Report Details Allegations of Sexual Misconduct by St. Paul's School Faculty & Staff (May 22)
 
· N.H. Gun Maker Sued By State of New Jersey Over Defective Guns (May 19)
 
· Official: Cool Rivers Are Tempting But Dangerous On Hot Days (May 19)
 
· Kellyanne Conway Tells Trump's Supporters To Ignore Critics (May 19)
 
· Among N.H. Republicans, Mixed Reviews After Turbulent Week in Washington (May 19)
 
· Film Festival Showcases Work by N.H. Teen Directors (May 18)
 
· With No Oversight, How Sober is 'Sober Living' in New Hampshire? (May 18)
 
· UNH Student Accused of Damaging Artwork Installed in Wake of Racist Incidents (May 18)
 
VTDigger
· Nuclear advisory panel realignment stalls (May 23)
 
· Bennington County commission marks 50 years of planning (May 22)
 
· Governor signs two mental health bills into law (May 22)
 
· Peter Miller: ‘The state don’t want us in business’ (May 22)
 
· John McClaughry: Seizing the teacher health insurance opportunity (May 22)
 
· Steve May: Inequitable and unequal, by any measure (May 22)
 
· John Klar: Free speech — left and right (May 22)
 
· Suspect pleads not guilty in basketball player slaying (May 22)
 
· Judge won’t dismiss on-duty DUI case against former trooper (May 22)
 
· Unemployment rate shows uptick in April (May 22)
 
· Support VTDigger for a chance to win an Onion River Sports bike! (May 22)
 
· Pownal may finally gain access to large tract it owns (May 22)
 
· Montpelier officials seek to keep from losing NECI (May 22)
 
· UPDATED: Judge denies stay on Town Center mall project (May 22)
 
Seven Days VT
· Sinex to Proceed With BTC Mall Redevelopment After Stay Denied (May 23)
 
· Vermont's 'Biggest' Pill Dealer Gets Nine-Year Prison Sentence (May 22)
 
· Joke of the Week: Surprise! (May 22)
 
· James Fallows Urges UVM Grads to Be a Force For Good (May 21)
 
· The Parmelee Post: Plotting Return to Sea, Technology Park Whales Invest Heavily in Fossil Fuels (May 20)
 
· Walters: Did the Governor Just Wave the White Flag? (May 20)
 
· Racial Bias Lawsuit Against Bennington Police Clears Hurdle (May 19)
 
· Vermont Legislature Adjourns Without Fanfare as Scott Promises Veto (May 19)
 
· Montpeculiar: Legislators at Leisure (May 18)
 
· Walters: Proposed Wind Noise Rules Head to Legislative Panel (May 18)
 
· Marijuana Legalization Bill Hits Vermont Governor's Desk (May 18)
 
· Champlain Voices Record Project [SIV490] (May 18)
 
· As Scott Threatens Veto, Vermont Budget Faces Uncertain Future (May 17)
 
· To Veto Budget, Scott May Have to Kill His Own Housing Plan (May 17)
 
Vermont Press Bureau
· 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)
 
· Speaker crafts new savings plan, hopes to end stalemate (May 15)
 
· Health insurers seek rate increases (May 15)
 
· Legislature goes into overtime as disagreements with Scott remain (May 13)
 
· Discord lingers over teacher health care (May 12)
 
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
· 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)
 
· Forest Tent Caterpillar Damage Expected Again in 2017 (May 18)
 
· Bears are on the Prowl in Vermont (May 17)
 
· ANR Secretary Moore Tours Berlin Elementary Compost System (May 17)