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CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. — Cambridge Valley Lodge #481, Free and Accepted Masons, a Fraternal Order and institution in Cambridge since 1860, will be holding a take-out-only BBQ chicken dinner on Sunday from noon until sold out. The cost is $12 per meal. Enjoy “Malcolm’s Own” BBQ chicken.

RUTLAND — The VNA & Hospice of the Southwest Region (VNAHSR), one of the state’s largest providers of skilled home health and hospice services, recognized Barbara Goodwin, a phlebotomist, as Clinical Employee of the Quarter, and Sherry Townsend, administrative assistant as Non-Clinical E…

BENNINGTON — Nathan McKeen is the director of Vermont’s State Parks and the next guest on Medical Matters Weekly. Viewers are invited to tune in at 12 p.m. on Wednesday, July 13, and learn about all of the wellness and other fun opportunities available through the parks system.

BENNINGTON — “Fully Committed,” a play by Becky Mode based on characters created by Mode and Mark Setlock, treats the audience to a day in the life of Sam Callahan, an out-of-work actor who runs the red-hot reservation line at Manhattan’s number-one restaurant. Desperate callers will stop at…

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MANCHESTER — The Manchester Democratic Town Committee (DTC) will be hosting a “Meet and Greet” with Vermont Attorney General candidate Charity Clark at 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 12, at the home of Jim and Susan Ramsey at 3032 Main Street in Manchester Village. The event is part of a busy af…

MONTPELIER -- The Public Service Department (PSD) announced the kickoff of a comprehensive review of Vermont’s renewable and clean electricity policies and programs. The Department is issuing a Request for Input (“RFI”) to solicit feedback on the process for this review, as well as gather in…

ESSEX JUNCTION — Due to circumstances related to and created by the coronavirus pandemic, the Board of Trustees of the Vermont Farm Show, Inc., announced Tuesday it is cancelling the 2023 show and assessing how to ensure the event successfully serves the state’s agricultural interests in the…

MONTPELIER — Gov. Phil Scott issued the oath of office Tuesday to Susanne Young, who will serve as Vermont's attorney general for the next six months. Young will fill out the term of former Attorney General T.J. Donovan, who left to take a job in the private sector. Among her positions durin…

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MANCHESTER — It took two hours and 29 minutes for Manchester Union Underground and Brattleboro Post 5 to determine a winner on Sunday. Despite the fact that the two teams combined for 31 runs, 22 hits, 13 errors, five hit batsmen and and at least a half dozen wild pitches, it was a clutch de…

Burr and Burton girls golf went back-to-back this fall, successfully defending its 2020 Division I title with a comfortable 19 stroke win in 2021. Kaylie Porter is a big reason why and she’s also going back-to-back, as the Vermont News & Media girls golfer of the year.

Every time Austin Grogan’s cleats meet the gridiron, he becomes a problem for the opposition. That was apparent for the Mount Anthony wide receiver and safety during his senior football campaign this past fall. Grogan has been named as the Vermont News & Media football player of the year.

RUTLAND — Rutland’s Post 31 Matt Greeno and Bennington Post 13’s Ethan Paligo had themselves an old-fashioned pitching duel in American Legion baseball action on Thursday afternoon.

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