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.
MONTPELIER — Republican Gov. Phil Scott of Vermont has allowed a bill that requires a 72-hour waiting period for the purchase of guns to become law without his signature, saying he feels his concerns about the provision’s constitutionality will be addressed through the courts.
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.
WASHINGTON — U.S. Sen. Peter Welch, D-Vt., led colleagues in sending a letter to Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm, urging the Department of Energy (DOE) to consider Transmission Developers Incorporated’s (TDI) application for funding to develop the New England Clean Power Link, a transm…
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BENNINGTON — A former Windham County assistant judge was sentenced Tuesday in Bennington County Superior Court after pleading guilty to a single charge of grand larceny after receiving more than $8,500 for hours she did not work.
BENNINGTON — If you aren’t familiar with the meaning of Juneteenth, you’re certainly not alone. A group of socially-conscious students at Mount Anthony Union High School are trying to raise awareness of the nation’s newest federal holiday.
BENNINGTON — Bruce Laumeister, arts patron, collector and co-founder of the Bennington Center for the Arts during the 1990s, died May 26 at his winter home in Tuscon, Arizona. He was 88.
MANCHESTER — Peter Brabazon didn’t set out to become Manchester’s zoning administrator.
WILMINGTON — After public outcry, the historic flood lines will be repainted on the exterior of Town Hall.
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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…
MONTPELIER — The State of Vermont is offering free admission to Vermont State Parks and Vermont State Historic Sites on June 10 and 11 as part of Vermont Days.
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 — Hey, vandals … stop dissing our community.
SHAFTSBURY — A 75-year-old woman from Londonderry passed away Monday morning following a car crash on May 7 on Route 11 in Peru.
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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MONTPELIER — The homes of several legislators were targeted and defaced with spray paint overnight, according to a letter sent by House Speaker Jill Krowinski to all members of the Vermont House of Representatives on Friday.
BENNINGTON — A Bennington judge who initially showed leniency to a convicted felon sent a strong message that enough is enough by rescinding his probation and sending the convict back to prison to complete his original sentence.
BENNINGTON — A small fire shut down the Taco Bell/ KFC building at 100 Northside Dr. in Bennington at about 3 p.m. on Friday afternoon.
PAWLET — Daniel Banyai’s recent spirit of compliance with court orders to remove unpermitted structures from his property seems to be at an end, and the town of Pawlet has filed a motion with Vermont Superior Court — Environmental Division seeking his arrest.
BENNINGTON — Tall concrete steps up to shops on the Main Street side of the former Hotel Putnam could make the businesses seem inaccessible to anyone in a wheelchair.
BENNINGTON — Heather Buck spent the last two months alone in her room at the South Gate Motel in Bennington. She was outside Thursday afternoon trying to fit all her possessions inside her car as she emptied the last of her bags, trying to hold it all together.
BENNINGTON — The Coggins Auto Group on Thursday announced the sale of its Ford location in Bennington. Oliver Auto Group is the new owner of the dealership at 897 N. Bennington Road, adding to the existing Oliver Subaru location in Rutland.
BENNINGTON — Plans for a Hoffman Car Wash facility at the Northside Drive site of the Bennington Lanes and an adjacent dairy bar will go before the town Development Review Board this month.
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 — Do you have acting chops, a love of history and — perhaps — a little bit of rhythm? If so, there might be a spot for you in some unique performances slated for the coming months.
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…
BENNINGTON — A motorist was taken to Southwestern Vermont Medical Center after he rolled a pickup truck on Vail Road late Wednesday morning.
Bill legalizing app-based sports wagering headed to Gov's desk; Gov. Scott expected to sign bill into law
MONTPELIER — Gambling on sports will likely be legal in the Green Mountain State within a few weeks.
Local as Tourist: 'Birds of the fist' ... Green Mountain Falconry School is a glimpse into the glorious past
MANCHESTER — Do we locals ever act as tourists at home? A tourist dives into some of the best spots of a place, eager to experience what it has to offer. Too often, I settle into a routine and skip the places tourists travel hours to seek out. I decided to be a tourist in the Northshire, and…
BENNINGTON — The Bennington Community Market has moved on to a new interim general manager after being in business just two and a half months.
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.