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EAST ARLINGTON — Carolyn Blitz, a magazine publisher, communications executive and philanthropist who helped the Northshire move forward from the demise of the Manchester and the Mountains Chamber of Commerce, died on May 21. Her company, Old Mill Road Media, made the announcement Monday.

SHAFTSBURY — Vermont State Police were notified about a trailer stolen from a storage unit at 275 Tennis Way in the Town of Dorset. The trailer was identified as a 2022 Silver 5 Starr enclosed trailer, measuring 8.5 feet wide and 16 feet long. The theft occurred sometime between May 29 and June 2.

A decorative skeleton on the lawn of a Shaftsbury home displays a Gay Pride flag. June is Gay Pride Month, a national showing and celebration of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender pride.

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BURLINGTON — Unseasonably hot temperatures are expected to impact Vermont, with high temperatures forecast in the upper 80s to low 90s through Friday. These conditions create a serious risk for heat-related illnesses, such as heat stroke, and state officials want people to know how to stay s…

MANCHESTER — Northshire Bookstore will host author Remington Donovan on Saturday, June 10, at 2 p.m. Donovan will talk about his new book “Prosperity Practices: Harnessing the Power of Positive Thinking to Get the Life You Want.”

BENNINGTON — The Bennington County Regional Commission (BCRC) announced a cooperative effort with the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation to enhance water quality efforts in southeastern Vermont.

MONTPELIER — The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department is increasing outreach efforts to encourage Vermont residents and visitors to get ahead of an anticipated jump in bear conflicts this June.

Tiny homes are bandied as a solution for the homeless epidemic that has spread across the U.S. It's been touted as a solution for Climate Change. People who homestead rally for tiny homes. However, most conversations focus on zoning and building codes that restrict or allow tiny homes for ye…

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BENNINGTON — The website for the Scarlett Creation is modern in design and provides informat…

BENNINGTON — The Coggins Auto Group on Thursday announced the sale of their Ford location in Bennington. Oliver Auto Group are the new owners of the dealership at 897 N Bennington Rd., adding the business to their Oliver Subaru location in Rutland.

BENNINGTON — Eric Goyette, acquitted in an almost identical case last summer, was found not guilty by a Bennington jury Wednesday on a single count of sexual assault without consent with a different individual.

MONTPELIER — The Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) is forecasting moderate concentrations of fine particle air pollution from smoke to affect the state through Friday. The particle pollution is the result of wildfire smoke from Nova Scotia, Canada. Wildfire smoke can cau…

After vandals covered portions of an empty building on Northside Drive in Bennington with graffiti, Valerie Harrington and a team of volunteers spent much of Tuesday scrubbing the damage off windows and walls.

BRATTLEBORO — Two troopers cited by the Vermont Attorney General’s Office for firing a bean bag round at a man on a roof in Newfane on June 17, 2022, appeared in Windham Superior Court, Criminal Division, Tuesday.

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