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    Official count confirms lt. gov. write in winner in Vermont

    09/02/2014 04:29 PM EDT
    MONTPELIER (AP) - The official count of Vermont's primary election ballots has confirmed that Progressive lieutenant governor candidate Dean Corren has also qualified for the Democratic nomination by garnering almost 3,900 write-in votes. 
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    Volunteers in high demand for events such as Garlic Fest, Car Show
    09/01/2014 10:34 PM EDT - BENNINGTON -- It was estimated that between 12,000 and 13,000 people came out to Camelot Village on Saturday and Sunday for the Bennington Area Chamber of Commerce's signature event. Members of the chamber commented that the event went smoothly, but could have used more volunteers. Event emcees Michael and Matt Harrington predicted a lofty goal for the festival for next year, Full Story

    Bennington College opens arms to community, officially welcomes Class of 2018
    09/01/2014 10:42 PM EDT - BENNINGTON -- Bennington College held its annual convocation on Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 1, to invite back returning students and welcome the Class of 2018 in time for the first day of classes on Tuesday. Speakers at the convocation took note that incoming freshmen aren't only joining the community that exists on the college campus, but the community of Bennington alums all Full Story

    Police Briefs for Sept. 2
    09/01/2014 10:38 PM EDT - Drug manufacture fraud ARLINGTON -- On Thursday, August 28, at approximately 1 p.m., The Vermont State Police were contacted by Arlington High School Principal Chris Barnes after the school nurse recieved medication from Anna Smith earlier that day, to be administered to Smith's child. The nurse suspected that the 13 capsules that were recieved had been emptied, which were Full Story

    Record-breaking crowd: More than 12,000 attend 19th Garlic Festival at Camelot Village
    09/01/2014 10:30 PM EDT - BENNINGTON -- More than 180 vendors lined the grass of Camelot Village on Saturday and Sunday for the Southern Vermont Garlic Festival, offering a wide variety of unique garlic products, as well as fresh garlic. "Everything went wonderfully well," said Bennington Area Chamber of Commerce member and Garlic Fest event chair Lindy Lynch on Sunday, about an hour before the festival closed for Full Story

    HAYC3 holds unveiling for Hoosick Barn Quilt Trail
    09/01/2014 10:30 PM EDT - HOOSICK FALLS, N.Y. -- Over 250 people walked through the doors of the Hoosick Armory Youth Center and Community Coalition on Saturday for the unveiling of the barn quilt community art project that has been in the works since early spring. Many businesses and services throughout the village and town sponsored the supplies for the creation of 31 large 8-foot-by-8-foot painted wooden barn Full Story

    Emeritus sale not expected to impact seniors, staff at Fillmore Pond
    08/31/2014 10:44 PM EDT - BENNINGTON -- The recently finalized sale of Emeritus Senior Living to Brookdale Senior Living for $1.4 billion is not expected to have an impact on residents and staff of the Emeritus at Fillmore Pond in Bennington, said community relations director Jennifer Hill. "The only thing that will be changing is the marketing, and that will take months. Full Story

    Garlic Fest brings the crowds to Bennington
    09/01/2014 10:30 PM EDT - BENNINGTON - The 19th Annual Southern Vermont Garlic & Herb Festival kicked off Saturday at Camelot Full Story

    Recreational business launches in Arlington
    08/29/2014 10:19 PM EDT - ARLINGTON -- Kirsten Dahlgren began taking advantage of the location of her home and land on the Battenkill this spring by renting out tubes and kayaks to supplement her income. A new resident of Arlington as of November 2013, Dahlgren bought equipment and put her rentals up online to attract visitors in a short time. Full Story

    Garlic, garlic everywhere: Welcome to Garlic Fest
    08/30/2014 09:50 AM EDT - BENNINGTON -- Garlic ice cream? Garlic cupcakes? Garlic peanuts? Full Story

    New England's tallest lighthouse sells for $78,000

    YORK, Maine (AP) — New England's tallest lighthouse has been sold for $78,000. A federal government spokeswoman says the General Services Administration has accepted a bid for the Boon Island Light Station off York, Maine. Full Story
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    Sotomayor to receive Hepburn Medal from Bryn Mawr

    BRYN MAWR, Pa. (AP) — Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor will be honored by Bryn Mawr College for her trailblazing legal career. Full Story
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    Cee Lo Green makes controversial comments about rape

    Former 'The Voice’ judge deleted Twitter account temporarily after causing stir by suggesting women must be conscious to be raped.