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U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy of Vermont has broken a hip in a fall at his home and was to undergo surgery to repair it. Leahy's office says in a statement Thursday that the 82-year-old Democrat fell Wednesday night in McLean, Virginia. Doctors determined the best course of action would be to have…

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MONTPELIER -- The Vermont Warden Service and Vermont State Police are asking Vermonters to boat responsibly this Fourth of July weekend, as part of the nationwide Operation Dry Water campaign to reduce alcohol and drug related boating injuries through education and more visible deterrence.

BENNINGTON -- The Better Bennington Corporation's sixth Thursday Night Live event features Flashpoint on July 7 from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Merchants Park's Thomson Family Stage. The address is 119 North Street. Bring lawn chairs. The rain location is Mission City Church; the BBC will make t…

BENNINGTON — The VNA & Hospice of the Southwest Region invites players to the fifth annual Golf Day Fore VNA. Berkshire Bank will host the event on Aug. 19 at the Mount Anthony Country Club at 180 Country Club Drive in Bennington.

WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Images Cinema announced the movie lineup for Family Flicks Under the Stars, an annual free outdoor film series. This year’s movie series is presented by Camp Northwest Hill and The Spring Street Market & Café.

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The Hoosick Falls High School Class of 2022 celebrated its graduation on a beautiful evening Friday. Top: A little girl holds a rose she received during the Hoosick Falls High School commencement ceremony. Bottom: The class processional featured students with roses marching onto Ken Baker Fi…

MONTPELIER — The Vermont State House was vandalized during the early hours of Saturday morning, leaving seven broken windows and a message of “If abortions aren’t safe you’re not either” in black spray paint on the front granite portico of the building, according to the Capitol Police Department.

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Ty Dickerson and Kai Lamothe of Long Trail and Carson Beavin of Burr and Burton were named to the Southern Vermont League A Division ultimate frisbee first team on Monday.

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