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BENNINGTON — A veteran Vermont reporter will be in Bennington on Thursday to share her take on fake news and other issues impacting the news industry. Anne Galloway, founder and editor of VTDigger.org, has been a reporter for over 20 years. … more
RANDOLPH — The Arlington girls soccer team had one goal in mind for this season immediately after the last one ended: winning a state championship.On Saturday, the Eagles realized their dream, … more
You won't find gym class on the schedule in upstate New York's Victor school district.What you will see: kayaking, rock climbing, mountain biking, dance, self-defense, archery and in-line skating … more
It's not surprising that tomato finishes at the top of the list in annual surveys of the most popular garden vegetable. I'm sure one reason is the culinary versatility of tomatoes. After a slow start, tomatoes are now ripening at a rapid pace, … more
Q: Just how bad is it to give kids fruit juice before they turn 1? A: Fruit juice has been touted as "part of a nutritious breakfast" for years. As a child, I was told that juice was good for me, providing me with vitamin C. After all, it was a … more
MANCHESTER — The Bennington County Coalition for the Homeless gave out two awards and heard music with an inspirational message from a Grammy-nominated musician at its first-ever "Working Together, Making A Difference" banquet, held Aug. 19 at … more
There is a term used in the field of thanatology called "mortality salience." It comes out of a theory called "Terror Management Theory" that American social psychologists proposed based on the … more
BURLINGTON, Vt. — Pledges by college students to eschew drugs and alcohol are old hat. Now they're meditating, working out, practicing yoga, eating healthfully, and at least one school, the … more
BENNINGTON — A Manchester man has been charged in connection with a car crash that killed another driver last month.Police said Christian S. James, 26, allegedly had a blood alcohol level … more
BENNINGTON — Residents who sued the Mt. Anthony Union School Board over alleged violations of the state's open meeting law are calling on the district to settle the outstanding issues prior to a trial, after the board's motion for summary … more
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