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'MASKED' gallery spooks North Bennington train station

NORTH BENNINGTON — Hanging paper monsters swung in circles from the ceiling fan at the opening of the "MASKED" gallery at the North Bennington Train Station on Sunday. The show intends to celebrate masks and other disguises, in time for Halloween. More than 10 artists' work is displayed and ranges from new and old, paintings, paper mache structures, cloth or plastic masks and Full Story
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Susan B. Anthony returns to her activist days

POWNAL >> Susan B. Anthony graced the Solomon Wright Public Library with her presence on Sunday afternoon to reflect on her efforts in amending women's right to vote, a law less than 100 years old. The motive behind the movement was the desire to have property rights, education rights and the right to vote. Full Story
BBA tops Cosmos in finale

SPRINGFIELD >> The Burr and Burton field hockey team finished their regular season with a 2-0 win over Springfield. BBA scored a goal in each half, the first from Chloe MacDonald. In the second half, Hannah Hedberg scored off an assist by Erin Cairns and Emily Sullivan off a penalty corner. Molly Dingley had six saves for the Bulldogs, who are 6-5-3 and await their seeding in the Division Full Story
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Low Lily to present new spin on American folk music

Brattleboro based band to play on Oct. 21 at UUF
BENNINGTON — The inspiration and passion Low Lily has for making music is what makes the trio a thriving Vermont based folk-roots band. Liz Simmons, her husband Flynn Cohen and Lissa Schneckenburger bring together years of music learning, making and teaching to embody a variety of tunes that range from bluegrass to Irish, Scottish, New England, American and contemporary folk. Full Story
Peanut butter vandal mistakes gathering for Trump rally

AMHERST, WIS. >> Disorderly conduct charges are pending against a woman who authorities say smeared peanut butter on 30 vehicles outside a gathering in central Wisconsin that she mistakenly thought was a Donald Trump rally. WSAW-TV reports that investigators say the Monday night conservation group gathering in Amherst had nothing to do with politics. Full Story