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The Bennington Town Office will be closed Monday in observance of the Labor Day holiday. Please have a safe and happy Labor Day.- Division Street remains closed to through traffic all week. Local traffic will be accommodated. Water, sewer and … more
TuesdayBennington Development Review Board: Bennington Fire Facility, third floor, 6:30 p.m. Agenda: 1. Minutes 2. Interested Persons - appeal rights - reading of witness' oath 3. Disclosure of ex parte communications and conflicts of interest. 4. … more
BENNINGTON — The Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union Act 46 Study Committee is moving ahead with planning a vote on a merger under Acts 46 and 49 without North Bennington after receiving new guidance from the state.Committee Chairman Donald … more
BENNINGTON — The town has signed on as a partner in a collaborative, regional effort that aims to boost economic development in Bennington and Windham counties.Select Board members voted unanimously on Monday to enter into an memorandum of … more
MANCHESTER — Artist Rhonda Retray is making her mark on the shires art's scene, currently exhibiting her creations at both North Bennington's Left Bank Art Gallery (which she also curates,) and Bennington's South Street Cafe.The artist is no … more
BENNINGTON — After almost 90 years of being owned and operated by the Beshara family, Beshara's Market on the corner of Park and Scott Streets will soon be changing hands.Current owner Joanne Beshara closed on a deal to sell the store on … more
In this five-part series, Jim Therrien, who writes for New England Newspapers in Vermont and VTDigger, and VTDigger reporter Mike Polhamus examine the history of the Bennington plants and the impact of toxic chemical emissions on local … more
Teflon Town: ChemFab's toxic legacy is a five-part series on the history of the company in Bennington and the impact of water contamination from the factories on local residents. more
The face of Vermont farming is changing and a new project by the University of Vermont aims to get out the word and break up stereotypes too.A visit to a local farmer's markets would show the agricultural renaissance that is underway, with many … more
BRATTLEBORO — Liberty Union co-founder Peter Diamondstone has run in every one of Vermont's two dozen general elections since the third party's start in 1970."I choose to be 'the dandelion on the manicured lawn of the wealthy,'" he explained … more
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