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Grateful Hearts fights food insecurity with gleaned produce

MANCHESTER — While a knack for improvisation can be a useful attribute for any chef, Kate Ebbott's volunteer position demands it — in abundance. Every week, as head chef of the …

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Putney mural meant to unite community against racism PUTNEY — Community members spent about five hours painting "Black Lives Matter" in the roadway in front of Putney Central School, carefully spacing out the big yellow letters from shoulder to …
New book celebrates Wilmington's history WILMINGTON — A newly published book of photographs captures the early history of Wilmington in all of its elements. "Images of America: Wilmington" took more than two years for Julie Moore …
ATV driver who fled scene facing charges POWNAL — A Bennington man who police say crashed his all-terrain vehicle in Pownal Sept. 12 and then fled the scene has been located and is facing charges. "The operator turned himself in …
MAU chairman seeks Letourneau's resignation BENNINGTON — The chairman of the Mount Anthony Union School Board has asked board member Ed Letourneau to resign over recent comments he posted on Facebook concerning Black Lives Matter and …
MAU board member ripped over Facebook comments BENNINGTON — A member of the Mount Anthony Union School Board is under fire on social media over recent Facebook comments relating to Blacks, the Black Lives Matter movement and liberals. Ed …
All Stars event honors region's top athletes

All Stars virtual ceremony honors region's top athletes

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Bennington Banner and Manchester Journal Regional All Stars awards show
All Stars virtual ceremony honors region's top athletes BENNINGTON — The region's top athletes and coaches were honored on Monday night as the Bennington Banner and Manchester Journal hosted the virtual version of the fourth annual Bennington Banner …
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A unique challenge: MAU football to play with no fans

BENNINGTON — Tuesday night, Mount Anthony football will begin its season against Otter Valley looking to begin the year on the right foot with a victory. That's the only thing that's going …

Young, experienced Patriots ready to thrive BENNINGTON — Coming off a 3-10-1 season in 2019, the Mount Anthony boys soccer team is hoping that a young team by age but one with lots of experience can be competitive in Division I this …
Arlington girls soccer eager to kick off 2020 season ARLINGTON — Arlington girls soccer has enjoyed a lot of success over the past few seasons, winning a pair of Division IV state championships in 2017 and 2018. This year's team will look a …
Patriots girls soccer looks to build on strong 2019 There will be a lot of new faces on the field when the Mount Anthony girls soccer team kicks off their season. The team had a lot of success in 2019, making it to the quarterfinals of the Division I …
Vermont lets games begin for interscholastic fall sports MONTPELIER — Starting Saturday, athletes in Vermont's K-12 schools will begin playing games again. "We wanted to give our student athletes an extra weekend for what has already been a …

Vermont still in Step II, no games allowed

The target date for the return of high school sports games was Sept. 21, this upcoming Monday. Try outs for varsity sports have concluded and teams across the state are practicing and preparing to …

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Regional chamber to host inaugural B2B Golf Classic BENNINGTON — The Southwestern Vermont Chamber of Commerce will be hosting their inaugural golf tournament, the B2B (Business to Business) Golf Classic Sept. 30 at Mount Anthony Country …
CAT-TV to broadcast MAU varsity sporting events BENNINGTON — With no spectators currently allowed at Mount Anthony high school sporting events, MAU athletic director Ashley Hoyt wanted to find a way to allow fans to still watch the game. …
Wasaren League postpones fall sports until March 2021 Local New York schools will now have to wait until March to play their fall sports. The Wasaren League, which both Cambridge and Hoosick Falls are members of, announced on Monday via a press …
Section II gives green light for most fall sports New York high school fall sports are set to begin Sept. 21. On Thursday, we learned section II will be participating. Section II schools, including local schools Cambridge and Hoosick Falls, will …
Section II gives green light for most fall sports New York high school fall sports are set to begin Sept. 21. On Thursday, we learned section II will be participating. Section II schools, including local schools Cambridge and Hoosick Falls, will …
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Led Zeppelin tribute band comes to SVAC

MANCHESTER — On Sept. 27 at 4 p.m.,Taconic Music will present Led Zeppelin tribute band Better off Led at the Southern Vermont Arts Center in Manchester Center. The band—Scott Fultz, …

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