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BRATTLEBORO — The U.S. District Court in Brattleboro will close permanently on Sept. 29 as Senior Federal Judge J. Garvan Murtha goes on inactive status.Murtha served as a U.S. District Court judge from 1995 to 2009 when he elected to take … more
Banner staffBENNINGTON — A New Hampshire woman was arrested as a fugitive from that state after her car struck a tree on Gore Road this week.Aerial E. Barney, 22, of Keene, was wanted in Cheshire County for failing to appear for a court … more
BENNINGTON — The schools of the Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union have rolled out new emergency operations plans designed to make sure students are learning in the safest possible environment."One of the goals that was given to me by the … more
BENNINGTON — A local man has admitted to exposing himself to a child sometime in 2015.Dakota Moretti, 27, whose last given address was in Pownal, pleaded guilty in Vermont Superior Court Bennington Criminal Division on Wednesday to felony lewd … more
HOOSICK FALLS, N.Y. — The governor's recent call for a major federal disaster declaration could bring funding to the village and other Rensselaer County communities ravaged by flooding in July.Nearly five inches of rain fell over the region on … more
BENNINGTON — Citizens for a Greater Bennington, in partnership with Preservation Trust of Vermont and the Vermont Natural Resources Council, has announced a $100,000 grant to support the Putnam Block redevelopment project.For more than a … more
BENNINGTON — The Bennington School District's $4.2 million energy efficiency project is nearing completion ahead of schedule, according to school officials.While administrators feared as recently as two weeks ago that the start of school at … more
BENNINGTON — The approval of tax credits for two historic downtown structures that are part of the Putnam Block redevelopment site was announced this week by Gov. Phil Scott. The awards were among $2.7 million in downtown and village center … more
BENNINGTON — Bennington's Charter Review Committee voted Wednesday in favor of allowing the Select Board the option to forming a partially paid fire department.The current government charter, under a section identifying the powers of the … more
BENNINGTON — The Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union's Act 46 Study Committee has postponed its next meeting until next Thursday.The meeting was originally scheduled for this Thursday, but will now take place on Sept. 14. The meeting agenda … more
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