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BENNINGTON — Maureen O'Neil was pulling into the driveway of the Mount Anthony Union Middle School at 5:30 on Thursday morning when she saw something that made her stop, get out of her car and …

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Long Trail School graduates 21 DORSET — The 21 graduating Long Trail School seniors stood with their parents socially distanced around the school's parking lot for the final time as one of the strangest senior years ever …
Nigro seeks Bennington 2-2 House seat BENNINGTON — Michael Nigro says he's been thinking about running for legislative office for some time, and he has now officially launched his first campaign. The 42-year-old Bennington …
Hair-care businesses reopen in Vermont MONTPELIER — There's good news for folks who've had to learn to cut their own hair in the past two months. On Friday, the state allowed hair salons and barber shops to reopen, though they could …
Religion news in brief BENNINGTON Catholic Churches to Celebrate Mass Beginning June 1 Diocese of Burlington Bishop Christopher Coyne has announced the first phase of the reopening of our churches to celebrate daily …
The Checkup: 1 new case of COVID-19 reported in Vermont With this regular feature, the Banner runs down breaking local and regional developments in the coronavirus crisis. The numbers According to the Vermont Department of Health, one new case of …
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Woman accused of ramming Bennington police cruiser pleads guilty BENNINGTON — A woman accused of ramming a police cruiser as she tried to flee law enforcement has pleaded guilty to three felonies. Kerrie Kelly, 28, of Bennington, pleaded guilty in April …
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Stamford puts brakes on school merger CLARKSBURG, MASS. — The merger of two elementary schools in two different states has been postponed indefinitely. After examining a report from the Public Consulting Group, officials in …
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Catamount archery league to start on Sunday

BENNINGTON — The Catamount Bow Hunters 3-D archery league will go on this summer, the group announced earlier this week. The four week long league starts on Sunday, and will conclude June …

Vermont gyms are allowed to reopen on June 1 BENNINGTON — Vermont Gov. Phil Scott announced in a press conference on Friday that gyms, and other "close-contact" businesses throughout the state, will be allowed to open starting June 1. …
Stratton Mountain School named Club of the Year STRATTON — U.S. Ski and Snowboard has named Stratton Mountain School as the Club of the Year. "We are proud to receive recognition as U.S. Ski & Snowboard's Overall Club of the year …
Frost named Academic All-American BENNINGTON — Mount Anthony senior wrestler Adam Frost was named as one of 90 Academic All-Americans by the National High School Coaches Association. Frost, who won his 100th match of his …
BBA's Johnny Miceli wins scholar-athlete award MANCHESTER — Burr and Burton Academy student-athlete Johnny Miceli has been named as the Section I National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (NIAAA) male scholar-athlete of …

Guidelines released for the return of high school sports

BENNINGTON — With spring sports canceled in both New York and Vermont, officials in both states have been looking for guidance in how sports can get back on the field in the fall when school …

Cambridge's Sophie Phillips commits to Rhode Island

CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. — New York's Class C girls basketball player of the year has a new home, and it is in South Kingstown, R.I. Cambridge basketball standout Sophie Phillips announced on Twitter …

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MAU's Gavin Johnson invited to Hawaii Tiki Bowl BENNINGTON — Mount Anthony's Gavin Johnson has been selected to participate in the Hawaii Tiki Bowl, a high school football all star game held in Honolulu, Hawaii. The game is scheduled for …
Hoosick's Flynn named Sage female athlete of the year HOOSICK, N.Y. —Hoosick Falls graduate Megan Flynn was named as the 2019-2020 Sage Colleges Female Athlete of the Year. Flynn had a standout senior season on the basketball court for the …
West River Trail Run goes virtual SOUTH LONDONDERRY — The eighth annual West River Trail Run will look a little different this year. The event, scheduled to take place June 6, will now be a virtual race due to the …
Bennington Little League cancels 2020 season BENNINGTON — The Bennington Little League was holding out hope of having a season this summer. But on Wednesday night, the league announced it was officially canceling the 2020 season. …
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Inside Bennington Museum's collection: Processional banner of the Washington Benevolent Society of Bennington

The Washington Benevolent Society was a grassroots political group set up 1808-1816 by the Federalist Party to electioneer for votes. The Bennington chapter was organized in July 1811 by Gov. Isaac …

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