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BENNINGTON — Three individuals arrested during a brazen theft of several power tools at Home Depot that resulted in an off-duty Bennington Pol…

BENNINGTON — The fourth time wasn’t the charm for Christopher Main. Main, 60, requested an emergency bail review hearing on Sept. 23, his 60th…

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Experts are looking at all of the data available and predict that this flu season will be more difficult than those in the recent past. If you remember back to the 2020–2021, the flu was practically non-existent. The prevention steps we took against COVID knocked it out entirely. Even the 20…

BENNINGTON — The Southwestern Vermont Health Care Foundation has announced the appointment of Caryn Packard as its Director of Development. Packard has an array of healthcare-related experience. In this new role, she will support the SVHC Foundation in its mission to raise funds for SVHC.

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There's no keeping these seniors down. Welcome to the Bone Builders program at the Bennington Senior Center at 124 Pleasant Street on Tuesday and Thursday mornings. For more information on classes designed to keep older adults healthy and sharp, visit…

POWNAL — Town Clerk Julie Weber knew she had qualified to become the first from Pownal certified by the Vermont Municipal Clerks and Treasurers Association; she just didn’t know when that certification might arrive.

MANCHESTER — Putting together high school athletic events takes a good deal of behind-the-scenes work that most people don’t give a lot of thought. That is, until something goes wrong. No one knows that better than Burr and Burton athletic director Dave Miceli.

HOOSICK FALLS, N.Y. — The Hoosick Falls/ Tamarac Wildcats were relentless from the opening kick on Friday night. On what was senior night for the Hoosick Falls members of the team, the Wildcats needed just one half of football to put up 44 points on the Watervliet Cannoneers.

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People who shut their eyes to reality simply invite their own destruction, and anyone who insists on remaining in a state of innocence long after that innocence is dead turns himself into a monster. – James Baldwin

To the editor: Our Select Board is supposed to hold meetings this coming month on its desire to resurrect the old Bennington High School. In my opinion, this is a total waste of our town’s money. This unwise project shouldn’t burden the taxpayers of Bennington.

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