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BENNINGTON — A 15-year-old Shaftsbury girl is sitting in an adult prison cell at the Chittenden Regional Correctional Facility without contact with another human except the 24-hour guard watching over her every move. Her meals are brought to her, and she is not allowed any contact within ear…

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BURLINGTON — The University of Vermont announced that the following students have been named to the dean’s list for the spring 2022 semester:

BENNINGTON — Arwen Turner, the executive director of Come Alive Outside, will be the next guest on Medical Matters Weekly at 12 p.m. on Wednesday, June 1. Come Alive Outside is a non-profit organization that inspires collaborative community systems and creates awareness, intention and opport…

ARLINGTON — The Arlington Village Farmers Market is opening three weeks earlier this year in an effort to offer more early-season fruits and vegetables that have been grown locally. For the fifth summer in a row, the market has grown with new farmers and crafters. This year’s additions inclu…

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MONTPELIER — The members of the Vermont Medical Society (VMS), American Academy of Pediatrics Vermont Chapter (AAPVT), Vermont Academy of Family Physicians (VTAFP), Vermont Psychiatric Association (VPA) and Vermont Chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians (VTACEP) are grieving…

BENNINGTON — Registration for United Counseling Service’s (UCS) 5th Annual Superhero 5K and Kids’ Dash is now open. The race will take place on Saturday, November 5, at 9 a.m. at the Bennington Community Center (formerly the Rec Center) and is open for runners and walkers. Visit…

BENNINGTON — In preparation for this weekend’s Mayfest in downtown Bennington, Main Street will be closed to parking and traffic on Saturday from 4 Corners to Valentine Street, and School Street will be closed from Main Street to Pleasant Street.

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BRATTLEBORO — The Burr and Burton girls lacrosse team finished its regular season on a high note, defeating Brattleboro 16-5 on Thursday.

SPRINGFIELD — Mount Anthony softball ended its regular season with a win, defeating Springfield 9-8 on Thursday.

RUTLAND — Arlington’s Cannon Petry and Griff Briggs combined to toss five shutout innings as the Eagles defeated Mount St. Joseph 13-0 in five innings on Thursday.

BRATTLEBORO — The Mount Anthony boys lacrosse defense is locked in as the season nears its end. On Wednesday, the Patriots defeated Brattleboro 10-2 behind another stout defensive showing.

BRATTLEBORO — The Mount Anthony boys and Burr and Burton girls track teams claimed the Southern Vermont League A crowns on Tuesday.

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