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BENNINGTON — On the morning after the Banner announced it would be switching to home delivery via the US Postal Service, residents clapped back at the paper with emails and calls, saying Bennington Post Office is skipping mail deliveries and that it was inadvisable to switch to USPS in its c…

Despite financial difficulties facing a NorthStar affiliate company in Texas, officials say there will be space in the low-level radioactive waste facility for all of the waste and debris from the demolition of the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant.

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The Second Congregational Church holds worship services Sunday mornings at 10 a.m. both in-person and online.

“… [T]oday I have set before you life or death, blessing or curse. Now choose life that you and your children may live.” — Deuteronomy 30:19

BENNINGTON — Members of the Bennington Police Department gathered recently to make a donation to the Southwestern Vermont Regional Cancer Center. The Police Department raised $2,850 during a cancer awareness fundraiser last year.

MONTPELIER — The Department of Tourism and Marketing has announced the launch of the Tourism and Economic Recovery Marketing Grant Program. The Tourism and Economic Recovery Marketing Grants are funded through a $600,000 appropriation by the Vermont Legislature to provide grants to organizat…

MANCHESTER — Southern Vermont Arts Center’s Fall/Winter Member Exhibition will display the work of SVAC’s 200-plus artist members and will be on view from Oct. 2 to Nov. 28.

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BENNINGTON — Mount Anthony found its rhythm in the second set against Monument Mountain on Monday inside Kates Gymnasium. Trailing by a point early in the set, the Patriots provided the point of the match.

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