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Tuesday, October 6, 201510/06/2015

Reformer news round-up

Oct6 Conversation with reporter Chris Mays


Tuesday, October 6, 201510/06/2015

Small screen takes the big stage

Oct6 Cor Trowbridge invites you to BCTV Annual Members Meeting


Tuesday, October 6, 201510/06/2015

Talk Radio News Service

Oct6 The latest headlines with correspondent Bob Ney.


Tuesday, October 6, 201510/06/2015


Oct6 Mark & Susie Crowther donate aquaponic system to Compass School.


Tuesday, October 6, 201510/06/2015

Not very Keene

Oct6 Should Brattleboro’s gov’t be more like its neighboring town?


Monday, October 5, 201510/05/2015

…at your local library

Oct5 Jerry Carbone, Brooks Memorial Library.


Monday, October 5, 201510/05/2015

Ruckus Circus

Oct5 Serenity Forchion & Joe Levy preview Nimble Arts show at Historic Memorial Hall.


Monday, October 5, 201510/05/2015

In the bag

Oct5 Most VT communities see benefits from new waste management law.


Monday, October 5, 201510/05/2015

Wellness tip of the week

Oct5 Natalie Knowles on the health benefits of apples.


Monday, October 5, 201510/05/2015

Energy Week

Oct5 George Harvey & Tom Finnell on using RICO laws to prosecute climate change fraud.

Recent Headlines

in Entertainment

Today in entertainment history: Oct. 7


A look back at the Hollywood headlines that went down in history.

in Entertainment

MOVIES: 31 days of Halloween

Shelley Duvall hides from Jack Nicholson in 'The Shining.'

Get into the Halloween spirit by watching one of these scary movies.

in National

General Mills recalls 1.8 million boxes of Cheerios


The company is recalling the original and honey nut flavored varieties.

in Entertainment, Sports

DraftKings, FanDuel defend integrity after insider bet


The two major U.S. sports fantasy companies are defending their businesses' integrity after an employee used insider information to place bets in the unregulated multi-billion-dollar industry.

in Entertainment

Price hike puts popular U.S. Disneyland annual pass over $1,000


It's going to cost a pretty penny to see the Happiest Place on Earth.