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BENNINGTON — The choices we make about end-of-life care aren’t always what happens at the end of life. Advance Care Directives, legally binding forms that dictate whether or not we want extraordinary, life-prolonging measures to take place, in many cases are scrapped and attitudes changed wh…

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BENNINGTON — The Mount Anthony Union School District Board has filled one of two vacancies, unanimously appointing Wendy June Marie to be the North Bennington representative.

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BENNINGTON — Mount Anthony Union School District buildings could have nearly $6 million in heating, ventilation and air conditioning improvements in place for the fall 2023 school year.

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Taking to Instagram, Twitter and Facebook with early-morning posts, Gov Phil Scott touted his accomplishments as governor and announced “there’s still much more work to do,” and that he will seek reelection to the post he has held since 2017.

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As the weather warms up this weekend, with air temperatures forecasted at close to 100 degrees, many people will be seeking refuge from the heat. However, Paul Walker, a senior meteorologist at State College, Pa., advises people to use caution before jumping into water that is still pretty c…

The Mount Anthony Union High School Patriot Players are excited to present Mamma Mia! on May 19 & 20 at 7 p.m. and May 21 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. ABBA's timeless songs propel this enchanting tale of love, laughter and friendship, creating an unforgettable show. A large cast, non-stop laughs…

DOVER — A total of 20 Southern Vermont Emerging Leaders were recognized on May 12 during the Southern Vermont Economy Summit. With sponsorship from the Vermont Futures Project, the Southern Vermont Young Professionals and the Shires Young Professionals conducted the annual recognition event …

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Taking to Instagram, Twitter and Facebook with early-morning posts, Gov Phil Scott touted his accomplishments as governor and announced “there’s still much more work to do,” and that he will seek reelection to the post he has held since 2017.

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