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VERNON — Will explosives be used to demolish radioactive structures at Vermont Yankee?It depends on who you ask.State officials have filed testimony claiming NorthStar Group Services, which wants to buy and decommission the idled nuclear … more
BENNINGTON — When former Danby residents Steve and Nancy Burzon moved to their new home on St. Martin island in November, they were eager to start the next chapter in their lives.That new chapter was interrupted earlier this month, however, … more
BENNINGTON — Two new commercials being broadcast on two Albany, N.Y., TV stations aim to bring visitors to Bennington, a message its creators hope will make impressions on viewers across New York's Capital Region and the Berkshires of … more
BENNINGTON — One of three New York men charged after police said they stole plants from a hemp farming operation appeared in court this week to have his bail reviewed.Leon Lovelace, 22, of Hoosick Falls, who according to court records had been … more
BENNINGTON — A woman who Manchester police were seeking in connection with a vehicle stolen from Pennsylvania is being held on $20,000 bail.Christine O. Powers, 51, was arrested Saturday after attempting to flee police officers in Manchester, … more
BENNINGTON — Reports of an active shooter led to police placing the State Office Complex under "lockdown" for about 45 minutes on Monday morning, however there turned out to be no danger. Bennington Police Chief Paul Doucette said a loose item … more
BENNINGTON — Dr. Don Doynow has been hired as the Bennington Rescue Squad's associate medical director.Rescue Squad Executive Director Forest Weyen said that the part-time position has been budgeted for several years, but the organization … more
BENNINGTON — The $53 million Putnam Block project moved a giant step forward on Monday, when the four-acre downtown site was sold, clearing the way for the first phase of a major redevelopment initiative.The former Hotel Putnam and adjacent … more
BENNINGTON — Community engagement is a cornerstone of the global non-profit United Way, and the local chapter of the organization hopes to get volunteers engaged with the Bennington community for their annual Day of Caring on Sept. 23.Though … more
BENNINGTON — Reports of an active shooter led to police placing the State Office Complex under "lockdown" for about 45 minutes on Monday morning, however there turned out to be no danger. Bennington Police Chief Paul Doucette said a loose item … more
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