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Bringing students together through art

BENNINGTON — Southern Vermont College will be hosting a local artist for the spring term. Renee Bouchard starts her Visiting Artist in Residence semester as an exhibitor and instructor on Jan. 20. Her new work, …
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Revelers, rally-goers to clog DC for Trump's inauguration

WASHINGTON (AP) — Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to clog the nation's capital for Donald Trump's inauguration and a major demonstration the day after, but how many will actually arrive to party or protest is an open …

Thousands rally to resist Republican health law repeal drive

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Outgoing CIA chief rips Trump on Russia threat

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Police: Two arrested after they fail to register as sex offenders

HOOSICK FALLS, N.Y. — Police say they arrested two men last week after they failed to register as sex offenders with local authorities.

Hand-made maple syrup sign stolen

DORSET — State Police are investigating the theft of a handmade sign. The "Vermont Maple Syrup" sign was made of slate and hand-painted. Valued at $300, it was reported stolen from its spot at the intersection of Havoc Hill Road and Mad Tom …

Bennington Rescue Squad seeks town funding

BENNINGTON — Select Board members want more information from the Bennington Rescue Squad, which has approached the town about receiving municipal funding.The non-profit ambulance service is petitioning to place a community appropriations …

Working to revitalize Manchester

MANCHESTER — Many residents and business owners expressed their concerns at a public forum for the Destination Manchester business group on Monday night at the Taconic Hotel. More than 50 people attended the forum …

Police: Man faces child pornography charges

HOOSICK FALLS, N.Y. — A 21-year-old man was arrested last week and faces charges that he promoted child pornography, police say.
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Ski industry targeting millennials

WILMINGTON, N.Y. — When Aaron Kellett peers out the window of his office at Whiteface Mountain, these days he's usually smiling."My office is right next to our beginner trail, and when I look out I see people on our beginner trail," said the …

Toy sellers and makers offer more options for autistic kids

NEW YORK (AP) — Toy stores, with bright lights, loud sounds and crowded aisles, can be hard to manage for children with autism or other sensory issues. For parents, finding toys that match their kids' skill sets and will hold their attention …

Fishing groups in 4 states seek Atlantic wind farm delay

MINEOLA, N.Y. — Commercial fishing companies, trade groups and seaport communities in four states have asked a court to stop the federal government from auctioning off the rights to develop a huge offshore windfarm in the Atlantic Ocean …

More than 200 Christmas wreaths stolen from Maine farm

ALFRED, Maine (AP) - Hundreds of holiday wreaths have been stolen from a Maine farm. Gile's Family Farm owner Frank Boucher said Monday that someone stole a trailer containing more than 200 wreaths from behind the Alfred business sometime …
Local sports
Patriots win streak snapped by Redhawks

HINESBURG — The Mount Anthony girls basketball team traveled North to face its toughest test of the season, but fell 49-33 to Champlain Valley on Saturday.MAU pulled within one early in the fourth quarter, but terrific foul shooting in the end …

Patriots ready to rock the dance floor

MSJ defense clamps down on Eagles

Indians top Waterford

Chicken and vegetable stir-fry is simple, flavorful

After the holidays, our appetites can go in a couple of different directions. On the one hand, after a steady diet of stuffed birds and figgy puddings, we seek something lighter, something that feels clean and simple. On the other hand, it's cold …

Fresh linguine with shrimp and peas will wow guests

What foods will be big in the Berkshires in 2017?

Robin Anish: The answer to your winter woes? Canned fruit

Bringing students young and old together through art

BENNINGTON — Southern Vermont College will be hosting a local artist for the spring term. Renee Bouchard starts her Visiting Artist in Residence semester as an exhibitor and instructor on Jan. 20. Her new work, "We the People" will be …

Two different styles produce a unique sound

Classic movie series to open at Oldcastle

Basement Music Series is back, here's this year's lineup

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What would have happened if Alabama Gov. George Wallace had won the White House in 1968? We're about to find out. Wallace and Donald Trump have a lot in common, after all. Populists? Check. Bigots? Check. Loved by underemployed, angry …

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