Does the Greyhound bus stop in Brattleboro, VT and if so, where?
Orthopaedic surgeons Elizabeth McLarney, MD, Jon Thatcher, MD, and William Vranos, MD, announce they have joined the BMH Physician Group, changing their practice from Southern Vermont Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine to BMH Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine. Their office location remains the same at Brattleboro Memorial Hospital's Richards Building, First Floor, 17 Belmont Avenue, but their phone number has changed to 802-251-8611.
Did anyone else get sick after eating carrot soup at the Cotton Mill Open House on Sunday? I'm sick as a dog, and trying to figure out if it's food poisoning or a virus.
If you are thinking about buying a car between now and January 2, 2014 consider Brattleboro Subaru. Brattleboro Subaru's Share The Love promotion will donate$100 to any local charity, cause, or person of your choice in addition to the $250 that Subaru donates to a national charity. Please consider directing your donation to the Windham County Heat Fund.
Bring your two- and four-legged friends to Paws for Prevention at Achille Agway in Brattleboro, this Sunday 11am-3pm to have a professional photo taken in a festive holiday scene. You will receive your photo in digital format which can be used for a variety of customized and unique holiday gifts. Photos taken at the event will be automatically entered (unless you opt out) in the Brattleboro Subaru Photo contest with a chance to win up to $150! Bring your best smile, your family, your pets - bring the whole gang to Paws for Prevention this Sunday! Visit the Paws for Prevention website for more information. We look forward to seeing you there!
Hell. It's been years since I submitted anything to iBrattleboro. I do look at it every once in awhile, mostly to see that things are okay in one of my favorite places to live. But, I haven't been there since 2004. I sense everything is okay. And I do hope all my friends there are happy, or at least struggling towards a worthwhile goal.
When I lived in Brattleboro I always thought, "this would be a good place to stay." Yeah, I know. It has its quirks. But I'll never forget my first day there when a postal worker spent ten minutes helping a homeless person get their mail straightened out. And I thought, "if I'm ever poor, this is where I want to live."
The world has lost a great man; a humble peacemaker; a man who knew that educating people was the way to a better, more just world. A sad, sad day for humanity. RIP Nelson Mandela.
Brattleboro Memorial Hospital is pleased to announce the transition of its travel clinic services to the new Tri-State Travel Clinic under the direction of Dr. George Idelkope, effective immediately.
The BMH travel clinic was created in 2011 as part of the hospital’s Occupational Health Services department, with Dr. Idelkope as the medical advisor and Jean Bristol as one of the registered nurses on staff at the clinic. Bristol has moved with the travel clinic to Dr. Idelkope’s office, providing continuity of care for patients. Bristol has more than 20 years of experience in travel medicine and is a member of the International Society of Travel Medicine.
Two adventurers set out in a canoe and happened upon a flock of starlings (collectively known as a murmuration) doing their amazing collective dance in the sky. Something mysteriously beautiful.
Bring your two-and four-legged friends to Achille Agway on Sunday, December 8th (11am-3pm) in Brattleboro to have a professional photo taken in a nostalgic winter wonderland setting. Don’t have a pet? That’s OK! This event is for pets, kids, families, friends, couples and more.