- Windham County VT Status Site is Moving
- Daily News Highlights – Wednesday September 7
- VTSBDC Handout
- Brattleboro Provides Information Update
- Load the Latchis Rescheduled for September 14
- Flood Watch Through Tonight
- Daily News Highlights – Tuesday September 6
- AOT Update, September 6
- Road Washouts in Wardsboro
- WindhamStatus Changes
Category Archives: Help Wanted
The Load the Latchis event, to put food on the shelves of the Brattleboro Area Drop In Center, has been moved from the Latchis Theater to Brattleboro Savings & Loan. It has been re-scheduled for Sept. 14 from 6 a.m. … Continue reading
The Agency of Transportation is recruiting qualified temporary employees to assist with Hurricane Irene Recovery Efforts – read more on WKVT blog.
Updates from Wilmington’s town website – http://www.wilmingtonvermont.us/ Clean up work is progressing well in the village. Please do not bring cars to the West Main Street area. Gloves and masks and a pass are needed to work on West Main. (Guidance from … Continue reading
Melrose Terrace, a housing complex for seniors and people with disabilities in West Brattleboro, needs help packing and cleaning on Sunday September 4 and Monday September 5 between 10am and 4pm. The residents have all been moved elsewhere; go to the community room … Continue reading
It’s Friday before Labor Day, and a lot of people will be coming to Vermont – friends, family, part-time residents, vacationers, and volunteers. For those of you visiting, first off, welcome! While there are several parts of Vermont that are … Continue reading
From the Windham & Windsor Housing Trust: Friends: The Housing Trust is helping the Brattleboro Housing Authority in the relocation of 25 senior/disabled tenants from Melrose Terrace, which suffered a lot of flood damage. These residents lost all of their belongings. … Continue reading
This is a little late, but there’s a clean-up going on now (Thursday evening) at the Boys and Girls Club of Brattleboro – 17 Flat Street, Brattleboro.
(From New England Youth Theatre) Many of us witnessed the dramatic effects of hurricane Irene on Sunday. The Whetstone Brook gushed over its banks in a frightening way, engulfing Flat St. in downtown Brattleboro. New England Youth Theatre was enveloped … Continue reading
(Brattleboro Housing Authority) 70 of the 80 units at Melrose Terrace had some level of damage, 25 of them with extensive damage. All of the buildings are structurally safe. The muck is being removed so walking will be safe. All utilities … Continue reading
The Brattleboro Area Hospice will be holding a work bee at Experienced Goods on Flat Street to salvage what they can starting at 10 am Thursday; call 246-1395 if interested.