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While this week is officially National Library Week, most people realize libraries are there for us almost every day of the year.Sure, they deserve their own week, but just stopping in on a regular basis is recognition enough for most librarians and … more
"What do you want to be when you grow up?" is a question that's easy enough to answer when you're 5-years-old, with astronaut-cop being the clear choice. But once the end of high school approaches the question gets a little more serious. Even more … more
The proposal from VNA & Hospice of the Southwest Region and Manchester Health Services to merge sounds like by far the best option for preserving uninterrupted home health and related services in the Manchester area.Clearly, according to a … more
Do the numbers 6-3-1 mean anything to you? They do to Governor Phil Scott and he's hoping they'll soon mean something to Vermonters.VT Digger reports that 6-3-1 represents the thought process Scott plans to use in setting his priorities and … more
Bennington County is one of the least healthy counties in Vermont, with poverty and drugs considered largely to blame. According to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's annual County Health Rankings and Roadmaps report, Vermont ranks 12th in the … more
It's time for something to be done about the intersection at NY Route 7 and the Bennington Bypass. On Thursday, Joseph Anton, 96, of North Bennington was traveling west on Route 7. Police say he failed to stop for a tractor trailer heading east and … more
They say the Internet never forgets, and remembering is particularly profitable for broadband providers such as Comcast and Verizon: Collecting consumer information can allow Internet companies to tailor advertisements to individual customers.Out of … more
Never say `never,' especially when `later' works just as well and is harder to argue against.The House was scheduled to vote Tuesday on a bill that would have decriminalized possession of up to two ounces of marijuana and would have let Vermonters … more
Recent studies show the bear population in Vermont is doing quite well. Biologists from the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department estimate the state's "large and healthy" bear population at about 6,000 animals, which is at the upper end of the … more
On Monday, a truck hauling several thousand gallons of fuel overturned on Route 7 between Arlington and Manchester. The emergency response was swift with state police, multiple fire departments, and a hazardous materials team all arriving in short … more
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