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POWNAL – Fallout from the forced rescheduling of Pownal’s March 2 annual election continued to confront local officials and residents Wednesday as new arrangements were made to comply with state election requirements.

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Vermont Veterans Home Board of Trustees Executive Session meeting, 1 p.m. Monday, Feb 22, via Zoom, agenda: personnel.

As you hit the trails this winter, take a close look at Vermont’s forests. Some trees are threatened by invasive forest insects, and in some places, you might be the only one to spot them!

The Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation at Hoosick Falls has announced that six students have graduated from its Licensed Nursing Assistant program. The students just completed and passed their three-week LNA course, and are officially LNAs.

In the 2013 Bennington Historical Society program “Memories of a Mill Girl,” Anne Bugbee tells the story of Mary Palmer, a young girl who arrived in America in 1859 and began working in a cotton mill in North Bennington as a spooler, recording her experiences in the 1906 book “Reflections of…

MANCHESTER - Burr and Burton girls ice hockey continued a grueling stretch to the start of its shortened season, losing a home match against Division I Rice 3-1 on Wednesday night at Riley Rink.

MANCHESTER -- The Burr and Burton girls basketball team took advantage of their size advantage in the front court on Tuesday night, scoring the majority of their points in the paint in a 66-42 win over Otter Valley.

BENNINGTON -- With four of their top players out with injuries, the Mount Anthony boys came into Monday night's matchup with Rutland a bit undermanned.

MANCHESTER — Five different players scored for the Burr and Burton boys hockey team on Saturday as the Bulldogs improved to 3-0 on the year with a 5-2 victory over Lyndon.

CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. — After weeks of back and forth — will they or won’t they be able to play? — the Cambridge girls basketball team has received the green light to begin its season, one that will start Tuesday against Duanesburg.


As a healthcare provider, I know the quickest way out of the COVID pandemic is to get everyone a vaccine as soon as possible. The Vermont Department of Health, together with the federal government, is expanding access to vaccines at every opportunity and working, locally and statewide, to en…

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