In mid-April a fire ripped through the top floors of the Brooks House, a historic building in the center of Brattleboro. This weekend, the community pulls together to raise money for the fire victims.
- By NICOLE S. COLSON Sentinel staff
“Imagine going to a festival, and everything from the plate you ate on to the stage the performers are standing on was all donated.”
Halé Kiziltan stands in the doorway of Brilliance, her father’s store on the first floor of the Brooks House, where she was sorting through th…
- By Sarah Trefethen Sentinel Staff
BRATTLEBORO — Halé Kiziltan wore a surgical mask on Friday afternoon as she went about the grim work of salvaging what she could from her fami…
- File photo by MICHAEL MOORE / Sentinel Staff
Firefighters battle a blaze that badly damaged the Brooks House in Brattleboro April 17.
It’s business as usual on one side of Main Street in Brattleboro on Friday as workers in the open air fifth-floor penthouse of the Brooks Hous…
Richard Clark, of Brattleboro, talks about the fire at the historic Brooks House, seen outside the window of the Backside Cafe in the Midtown …
BRATTLEBORO — When the fire alarm sounded Sunday night, Shawnna M. O’Connor headed for the street.
Alfred Hughes Jr. sits outside the River Garden on Main Street in Brattleboro with some belongings he was able to retrieve from his third-floo…
A worker removes debris from the open-air penthouse area of the Brooks House on Wednesday.
Above, a worker removes debris from the open-air penthouse area of the Brooks House. Below, Jessica Salgado sorts through some of her belongin…
Shawnna O’Connor holds her cat, Juniper, who she found safe in her fourth-floor apartment of the Brooks House in Brattleboro on Wednesday foll…
- By Casey Farrar / Sentinel Staff
BRATTLEBORO - Vehicle traffic was allowed on Main Street in Brattleboro Wednesday evening for the first time since a fire damaged a historic d…
- By CASEY FARRAR / Sentinel Staff
BRATTLEBORO — As state and local fire officials combed through a burned 59-unit apartment building in downtown Brattleboro Monday, residents …
- By Sentinel Staff
The area near a five-alarm fire that broke out in downtown Brattleboro Sunday night will be closed today.
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