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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
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
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
WOODFORD — Woodford Hollow Elementary School is considering renting Pownal Elementary School's buses for field trips.Principal Sandy Foster said on Wednesday that she had been in conversations with Pownal School Board Chairwoman Cindy Brownell … more
MANCHESTER — A busy season for wildfires has resulted in employees from the Green Mountain & Finger Lakes National Forests heading west this summer to join the firefigthing efforts.Keith Sargent and Josh Layfield, both from the Manchester … more
The Vermont Suicide Prevention Center (vtspc.org) promotes public and well-informed conversation about suicide prevention in Vermont. There is a pressing need to understand the prevalence of suicide as a public health problem and that there are … more
On Sept. 28, the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department will celebrate the grand opening of the new Dead Creek Visitor Center, and share the new facility with the public and distinguished guests at the Dead Creek Wildlife Management Area (WMA) in … more
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department has two shooting ranges currently open for use by the public, one in Hartland and another near Island Pond. Both ranges are open seasonally from April to mid-December.Hammond Cove Shooting Range at the end … more
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