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Email calendar listings to news@benningtonbanner.com. We only accept events that are free to attend or benefit nonprofits or charitable causes. We prefer to receive submissions via email, and would like the information to be in plain text in the … more
Email calendar listings to news@benningtonbanner.com. We only accept events that are free to attend or benefit nonprofits or charitable causes. We prefer to receive submissions via email, and would like the information to be in plain text in the … more
President's listCastleton University, Castleton: Elisabeth Budde, of Arlington, Chelsea Carey, of North Bennington, Katherine Doucette, of Shaftsbury, Anastasia Haytko, of Bennington, Zachery Horvath, of Manchester Center, and Vincent Tatro, of … more
Email calendar listings to news@benningtonbanner.com. We only accept events that are free to attend or benefit non-profits or charitable causes. We prefer to receive submissions via email, and would like the information to be in plain text in the … more
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is cooperating in a three-year study of an isolated population of eastern ratsnakes, a species that is listed as "threatened" under the state's endangered species law. Researcher Cindy Sprague along with … more
Email calendar listings to news@benningtonbanner.com. We only accept events that are free to attend or benefit non-profits or charitable causes. We prefer to receive submissions via email, and would like the information to be in plain text in the … more
Email calendar listings to news@benningtonbanner.com. We only accept events that are free to attend or benefit non-profits or charitable causes. We prefer to receive submissions via email, and would like the information to be in plain text in the … more
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department reminds the public not to swim at fishing access areas due to safety concerns. The primary use of the fishing access areas is for launching and retrieving motorboats. The Vermont Fish & Wildlife … more
In 1890, Eugene Schieffelin released 60 starlings in New York's Central Park with the hope of establishing a breeding population. Just in case the experiment wasn't successful, he released another 40 the next year.Schieffelin was a big Shakespeare … more
Applications are now being accepted for the Governor's Award for Business Excellence in Supporting Mature Workers. Vermont's Agency of Commerce and Community Development (ACCD) and the Department of Labor (DOL) are co-sponsoring the award and … more
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