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BENNINGTON — Friends, family and community members braved bitter cold Saturday to march along the downtown Walloomsac Walk to honor Emily Hamann, a 26-year-old woman who was killed on the path one year earlier.

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BENNINGTON — A winter storm that brought significant snowfall, strong thunderstorms and blustery winds to the southeastern U.S. moved up the coast and into Vermont overnight Sunday, dumping a mix of light flurry snow, rain and potentially sleet across the southern counties throughout much of…

BENNINGTON — Friends, family and community members braved bitter cold Saturday to march along the downtown Walloomsac Walk to honor Emily Hamann, a 26-year-old woman who was killed on the path one year earlier.

COLCHESTER – Green Mountain Power (GMP) is urging Vermonters to prepare for a strong regional storm will reach the state around midnight tonight, bringing gusty winds and a mix of precipitation, including heavy wet snow that could possibly take down trees and powerlines.

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Waterbury — The Department for Children and Families announced that many 3SquaresVT households will continue to receive a higher benefit in January and February. This extra help is part of the federal Coronavirus Relief Bill. It will not permanently change a household’s monthly benefit. It i…

BENNINGTON — The Alliance for Community Transformations has recognized local artist Amy Anselmo as its 2022 Member of the Year for “outstanding commitment to our mission of supporting healthy youth.”

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Next April the Banner will have survived 179 years as Bennington’s newspaper. It was founded by a group of citizens, including Rep. Hiland Hall, our historian, in 1841, to give voice to their views as members of the Whig Party. Over time it ceased being a party platform, and today gives voic…

Life with a dog, simply, is better. Sure, the minute you decide to get that loyal companion into your life you’re signing up for heartache. It always ends up with you in a puddle of tears and a hole in your heart that you can drive a train through. In my life I’ve had 10 dogs come through my…

We are Bennington youth who have come together to address racial and social justice in our town. We are writing to our community in the hopes that we can work together across generations to promote equality and a better world. After reading through our editorial, we hope you will join us in …

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