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For many of us who tuned into watch the NFL this weekend, the discussion about statistics and percentages and quarterback ratings never got off the ground because we were too busy arguing about … more
The series by the Banner and VTDigger.org on the effects of PFOA contamination around former ChemFab factories paints a portrait of a community overwhelmed by fallout from an industrial operation. The perfluorooctanoic acid that state officials say … more
The Cassini spacecraft embarked on its cosmic journey across our solar system two decades ago. After 4.9 billion miles of travel, the mission came to an end early Friday morning in a bittersweet finale as the orbiter ran out of fuel and crashed into … more
On a Friday night, with a category 4 hurricane bearing down on Texas, President Donald Trump stormed ahead with another rash and divisive action and pardoned Joe Arpaio, the former sheriff of Maricopa County, Ariz.Mr. Arpaio — virulently … more
It was announced earlier this month that a citizens group, which received settlement money from Walmart in exchange for dropping its opposition to the Walmart's planned expansion, granted $100,000 of said funds to the Putnam Block redevelopment … more
Republicans on the Senate Budget Committee violated their supposedly sacrosanct principles of fiscal hawkishness this week, by saying that it would be just fine with them to add $1.5 trillion to the … more
Recently, New Hampshire, which has seen more than its share of hucksters over the years, welcomed another carnival barker.Kris Kobach, the Kansas Secretary of State and the vice-chairman of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, … more
It caught our attention that Chuck Jones' animated adaptation of Dr. Seuss' holiday classic "How the Grinch Stole Christmas!" has already aired on network television, a good week before Thanksgiving … more
Here at the Bennington Banner we print a lot of material submitted to us by our readers, as well as many others looking to get their message out. Whether it's columns, letters to the editor, community events, announcements or photos, we're an … more
It was dispiriting that Roy Moore won the Republican nomination to the U.S. Senate the same week that Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., announced he would be leaving it. But the rot runs deeper than either … more
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