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Here at the Bennington Banner we print a lot of material submitted to us by our readers, as well as many others looking to get their message out. Whether it's columns, letters to the editor, community events, announcements or photos, we're an … more
Six years ago today, Vermont was still reeling from flooding caused by Tropical Storm Irene at the tail end of August. At least three people died as a result of the storm. Many lost their homes or came close to doing so. Recovery efforts would take … more
The annual Southern Vermont Garlic and Herb Festival finished its 22nd year this past weekend, and it did not disappoint. The festival, dubbed "Garlicfest" by many, drew a reported 9,600 people to the area on Saturday. The sun was shining, … more
Before the death of Heather Heyer in Charlottesville, Virginia, the Daily Stormer - a neo-Nazi website involved in organizing the white supremacist rally that led to her killing - was easy to find: all you had to do was type in the Web address. Now … more
The series by the Banner and VTDigger.org on the effects of PFOA contamination around former ChemFab factories paints a portrait of a community overwhelmed by fallout from an industrial operation. The perfluorooctanoic acid that state officials say … more
As Vermonters prepare to celebrate the last hurrah of summer, it's important to remind everyone to stay safe on the roads this weekend.With four months still remaining until the end of the calendar year, Vermont already has surpassed last year's … more
September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month and the National Alliance on Mental Illness of Vermont is leading the fight to address suicide and mental illness throughout the state of Vermont and raise awareness of the effects of mental illness on … more
Among the Katahdin-area businesses that have opened or expanded at least in part because of the year-old national monument is a bookstore and cafe fittingly named Turn the Page.Now that the secretary of the Department of the Interior has recommended … more
On a Friday night, with a category 4 hurricane bearing down on Texas, President Donald Trump stormed ahead with another rash and divisive action and pardoned Joe Arpaio, the former sheriff of Maricopa County, Ariz.Mr. Arpaio — virulently … more
August in Vermont began with a string of four car crashes that killed seven people. This prompted state police to hold a press conference urging drivers to wear seatbelts. Police also increased their traffic patrols. They will be doing so again for … more
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