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BENNINGTON — Despite the number of college students set to continue to decline nationally, Bennington College and Landmark College, along with other residential colleges in more northern parts of the state, are in a good place.

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WILLISTON — Registration is now open for the Vermont Compost Operator Certification Training. Hosted by the 131° School of Composting and presented by the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources, this workshop will provide participants with a Compost Operator Certificate, which meets the require…

BENNINGTON — The final event in this season's Better Bennington Corporation's Thursday Night Live series features DJ Malcolm Paine, who goes by the moniker "The Break Doctor." The event will take place from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on Thursday at Merchants Park (119 North Street). Bring a lawn chair o…

BENNINGTON — The Better Bennington Corporation will host a ribbon cutting at the formal opening of Island Flavor on Monday at 11 a.m. This event is free and open to the public.

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NORTH POWNAL — Pownal’s contribution to the lore surrounding New England’s infamous witch trials of the 17th century could soon be recognized with a marker near the site of an early settler’s legendary ordeal in the icy Hoosic River.

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MANCHESTER — Burr and Burton boys soccer dropped a tough game to Rutland at Applejack Field on Friday night, with two penalty kicks in regulation making all the difference in the 2-1 loss.

ARLINGTON — It took penalty kicks to decide the 2022 John Werner boys soccer tournament winner, but ultimately Twin Valley was victorious on Thursday night.

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At one of Dorset Theatre Festival’s productions this summer, I settled into my seat of the last two decades in row L, to write yet another drama review. To my right across the aisle was Dina Janis, the festival’s artistic director of 13 seasons, where I would typically find her, scribbling away in her notebook.

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