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BRATTLEBORO — A project to add bike lanes to Western Avenue will stay on schedule despite pleas from community members to not wait for state g…

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MANCHESTER — A California man has filed a civil lawsuit in federal court against The Orvis Company Inc., claiming the internationally known Vermont-based sporting goods business violated his privacy by including his name when selling their customer lists to marketing companies and data brokers.

MANCHESTER — The Northshire Rescue Squad has responded to criticism leveled by consultants for the town of Manchester, defending its level of service and culture, and taking issue with the way concerns about its performance were made public.

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BENNINGTON — Southwestern Vermont Health Care (SVHC) recently honored four nurses with DAISY Awards for Extraordinary Nurses. They are Ashley Andrews, AD, RN and Hannah Hill, BSN, RN, both of the Southwestern Vermont Medical Center (SVMC) Emergency Department; Katie Klebbe, BSN, RN, of the I…

CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. — Cambridge Elementary School has finalized its plans for the kindergarten registration process for the 2022-2023 school year. Parents/guardians of children residing in the Cambridge Central School District who will be 5 years old on or before Dec. 1, 2022 should visit…

THE SHIRES — Vermont Everyone Eats (VEE), the innovative COVID-19 response program that provides meal assistance to Vermonters while supporting local restaurants, farmers, and food producers, has received an extension to continue through April 1.

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BENNINGTON — Mount Anthony and Pittsfield boys basketball were locked in a one possession game in the final minute of Tuesday night's game at Kates Gymnasium.

DORSET — The Long Trail boys basketball team looks like a legitimate contender in Division IV this year. The Mountain Lions have enjoyed a strong start to their season, which continued Tuesday with a 65-34 win over Springfield as LTS improved to 7-1.


It is important to ensure the doors of our justice system remain open to those who’ve been harmed, including those harmed by wrongful government action. The civil court system is how we solve disputes, how we keep society peaceful and ordered. It is how Vermonters access justice.

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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…

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