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Vt. (AP) A second telecommunications tower has been approved for the southern Vermont town of Newfane. The state Public Service Board approved construction of the 140-foot-tall tower to improve cellular service along Route 30 and the immediate area.
Vt. (AP) The Vermont town of Newfane so dislikes a hulking safe blamed for breaking the town office floor that it's paying nearly $5,000 to get rid of it. The safe, which weighs a ton, does hold papers and other office items. But town employees don't'
Vt. (AP) A second telecommunications tower is being proposed for the southern Vermont town of Newfane. AT&T is developing its first tower on Oak Hill Road in South Newfane. It was approved by the Public Service Board in March, amid opposition from
Vt. (AP) Vermont's Supreme court is taking a road trip to Newfane this week...Wednesday at the Windham Superior Court Civil Division courthouse...Six cases are being heard, ranging from a real estate dispute to whether the head of the Loyal Order of
Vt. (AP) Police say Vermont Route 30 in Newfane is closed in front of the Newbrook Volunteer Fire Department because of trees, utility poles and wires in the roadway. Motorists who use the route are asked to make alternate travel plans on Monday
Vt. (AP) Authorities say a family is unhurt but four cats died in house fire in the southern Vermont town of Newfane. Fire officials say the family was working outside when the fire started Wednesday afternoon. The fire chief says by the time
Vt. (AP) Property owners in Newfane, Vt., are waiting to hear more about repairs needed to an aging dam that's holding back a 20-acre pond. The state has declared the dam at the pond, known as Grout or Kenny Pond, in poor condition. The Brattleboro
Vt. (AP) The Vermont Public Service Board has approved a 139-foot cellular tower in South Newfane...But the project has faced opposition from some residents who say it will be too close to their homes. The Brattleboro Reformer reports (http://bit.ly/
Vt. (AP) Vermont Telephone Co. says it will ask the state Public Service Board within weeks for permission to build a 150-foot communications tower in picturesque Newfane village. But seeking permission directly from the state has some in town upset.
Vt. (AP) AT&T says it will consider alternate locations for a new cell tower in the southern Vermont community of Newfane, but the alternative must meet a set of criteria before it could be agreed to. The move comes after some Newfane residents