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Vote fraud allegations examined, rejected

BENNINGTON — State and local officials are continuing to reject the repeated allegations of multiple clerical errors or "fraud" in Bennington elections, voiced by a former Vermont House …

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Town wins grant for kiosk project BENNINGTON — The town has won a grant to support the design and fabrication of a kiosk that will display information about historic properties, cultural attractions and recreational sites in …
Option tax spurs resident comments BENNINGTON — A majority of speakers during a public hearing on a local option tax for Bennington favored adding the tax, but residents expressed differing opinions on how the additional revenue …
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Suspended Arlington coach denies assault charge BENNINGTON — Arlington high school's varsity girls basketball coach pleaded not guilty Tuesday to a misdemeanor charge of domestic assault. He was placed on administrative leave after police …
Arlington basketball coach Hoyt placed on leave ARLINGTON — Arlington Memorial High School varsity girls basketball coach Jonathan Hoyt is on administrative leave after being taken in custody on Saturday after an accusation of domestic …
Partial wall collapse temporarily shutters Hoosac Tunnel NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Pan Am Railways is awaiting an assessment of a "partial wall collapse" inside the famous Hoosac Tunnel, which has been an east-west shortcut for rail lines since it opened …
Public comments sought on Somerset Reservoir project MANCHESTER — The U.S. Forest Service is seeking public comments for the Somerset Integrated Resource Project Environmental Assessment. The proposed project is located on the Manchester Ranger …
Casella buys Mass. trash hauler LEE, MASS. — Loyal customers of Daley & Sons Trucking hardly will notice that the local trash hauler has been sold for nearly $1 million to a regional waste management firm in …
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Cambridge girls earn top seed in Class C in Section II

After a 19-1 campaign with wins over a pair of Class AA teams this season, the Cambridge girls basketball team was rewarded for its efforts with the top seed in Class C as the basketball seedings …

Late short-handed tally dooms Bulldogs MANCHESTER — With four minutes, 50 seconds remaining in Wednesday night's boys hockey matchup between Burr and Burton and St. Johnsbury, the Hilltoppers' Gregor Vogel was sent off after …
Roundup: Four-goal third period foils Burr and Burton girls in loss MANCHESTER — A four-goal third period was the difference in the Burr and Burton girls hockey team's 5-2 loss to undefeated Spaulding Wednesday night at Riley Rink. Going to the third period …
Eagles fall to Proctor ARLINGTON — Arlington's Will Moore led the Eagles with 17 points on Tuesday night, but the Eagles dropped a 78-52 decision to Proctor. Logan Starling led everyone with 32 points for the …
Panthers pull away in fourth to beat Cambridge HOOSICK, N.Y. — For three quarters, it seemed like the Cambridge boys basketball team would end nearly a decade of frustration against its Route 22 rivals in Hoosick Falls. Going to the …

MAU girls take SVL championship

BRATTLEBORO — Coming into Monday's relay, the Mount Anthony girls had a 12-point lead and had to stay ahead of Burr and Burton by one position to take the SVL championship. In the girls …

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Generals cruise past Mount Anthony BENNINGTON — The Pittsfield girls basketball team came into Monday night's game against Mount Anthony at 9-10, needing a win to qualify for the Western Mass tournament. Mount Anthony came in …
Bulldogs edge Hartford WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — The Burr and Burton girls hockey team scored a 2-1 win over Hartford on Monday morning. Arden Wojtach gave BBA the lead early in the second period, assisted by Kilo …
MAU's fourth-quarter comeback falls short BENNINGTON — With an 11:30 a.m. Saturday morning start, the offenses for both Mount Anthony and Brattleboro were sleepy early. The Colonels' offense woke up a little more quickly than Mount …
MAU cheer runner-up at states VERGENNES — The Mount Anthony cheer team scored a second-place finish in the Vermont state championships on Saturday at Vergennes Union High School. The Patriots scored a 159.5, behind only …
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