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BENNINGTON — Reports of an active shooter led to police placing the State Office Complex under "lockdown" for about 45 minutes on Monday morning, however there turned out to be no danger. Bennington Police Chief Paul Doucette said a loose item … more
Thursday night the Senate approved its budget blueprint, a critical step in getting to the Republican Party's most important legislative priority: tax cuts. Their plan now is to rush a tax bill … more
I owe the idea to well-meaning fans, who over the years would approach me to thank me for the genius of making 10-minute-meals. I never had the heart to correct them: I hosted Ten Dollar Dinners. … more
SEARSBURG — A Maine-based construction firm will pay state regulators $8,000 in fines for safety violations found after the death of a man at the Deerfield Wind work site last spring.David … more
On Wednesday, after North Korea fired a missile over Japan, President Donald Trump announced that "talking to Pyongyang was not the answer." Minutes later, his secretary of defense told reporters that "we're never out of diplomatic solutions."As a … more
Heart burn, indigestion, and acid reflux are all pretty common health complaints. The wide selection of over-the-counter medications and problem-solved television commercials might lead you to believe that the conditions are easily treated without … more
Southern Vermont College (SVC) is delighted to announce that two of its community members will be recognized by the Vermont Educational Opportunity Programs (VEOP) at a ceremony on Oct. 13 at Vermont … more
MANCHESTER — While area chefs and hotel managers were disappointed that the Manchester Food & Wine Classic was canceled two days before it was to have begun, three of the festival's events are going forward as scheduled.A Saturday … more
POWNAL — A Shaftsbury woman was killed Friday when her all-terrain vehicle crashed on a gravel roadway off County Road in Pownal, Vermont State Police reported.Trooper Cody Sholtes said in a … more
@manchesterjournal.comMANCHESTER — Vermont has plenty of natural splendor and photogenic small towns and villages that would look great on either the big or the small screen. But it hasn't had … more
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