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ALBANY, N.Y. — The New York Department of Health announced Tuesday it has enlisted the support of five states in its formal request to the federal Centers for Disease Control to launch a national health effects study of communities impacted by … more
NORTH BENNINGTON — Jenny Kelly suffers from Graves' disease, an incurable condition that's the most common cause of hyperthyroidism. The 31-year-old North Bennington resident also has cysts on her thyroid gland. The illness makes her feel sluggish, weak and tired, Kelly said. Lately she's been trying to combat the fatigue with regular exercise. more
BENNINGTON — Voters will be asked in October to approve a $9.85 million bond to pay for upgrades to the town's sewer plant.The latest estimated total project cost is down from an $11 million figure reported earlier this year. And a preliminary … more
NORTHFIELD — Bob Lowder arrived at the Veterans' Place about a year ago.As a member of the U.S. Navy Construction Battalion, Lowder served in Vietnam in 1967 and 1968. Afterward he came to Vermont, first to become a farmer, then to run a print … more
SHAFTSBURY — The tax rate will be set this week, the new garage is proceeding as planned, and Cole Hall is mold-free after sustaining water damage in July.The Select Board will hold a special meeting this Thursday to approve the town's tax … more
MANCHESTER — The Long Trail School has welcomed an Interim Head of School, Seth Linfield, for the 2017/2018 academic year.This announcement comes approximately two months after former Head of School Steven Dear announced his forthcoming … more
BENNINGTON — Residents of PFOA contamination zones in Bennington and Hoosick Falls and Petersburgh in New York are being asked to complete a survey concerning medical issues that could be linked to exposure to the industrial chemical.The … more
BENNINGTON — Former Mount Anthony Union High School Principal Glenda Cresto will receive her full salary and benefits for the coming school year, per her separation agreement with the school.Cresto and the MAU Board agreed to a mutual … more
The leader of Vermont's trade organization for ski areas will leave his job this winter to run the National Ski Areas Association in Lakewood, Colorado.Parker Riehle, 50, who has been president of the Vermont Ski Areas Association since 2006, said … more
Email calendar listings to 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
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