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For many, high school is the first phase of life in which they can really screw things up for themselves. While middle-schoolers are perfectly capable of making awful choices with disastrous long-term consequences, only in high school do the … more
Saint-Gobain's agreement with the state to spend $20 million connecting North Bennington homes affected by PFOA contamination to the town water system is an important milestone, but it's not the end of the story. The $20 million will connect about … more
Airports such as Bennington's William H. Morse State Airport are more than a convenience for people fortunate enough to own planes, or a nice perk for a community. They are bona-fide economic … more
Early this month, Facebook announced the first hard evidence of Russian efforts to spread disinformation over social media during the election: 470 fake accounts and pages, which paid $100,000 to run … more
From all accounts — former teachers, her fiance and the families of her special education students in Manhattan Beach, Calif. — Sandy Casey was a truly special and gifted young woman with … more
President Donald Trump's ringing endorsement of the police state on Friday prompted law enforcement agencies across America, including Vermont State Police, to issue statements assuring the public that they won't be unduly violent towards anyone … more
Here is what President Donald Trump said Saturday about the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, sparked by a demonstration of white nationalists, neo-Nazis and Ku Klux Klan members:We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display … more
On Thursday, the Pownal School Board failed to warn a November vote on whether to bring the Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union into compliance with Act 46. The proposal was to create a unified pre-K … 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
A quirky thing about government programs is that, in addition to costs, there are benefits, the latter of which may also include revenue. Yet in the case of U.S. refugee programs, xenophobes seeking an upper hand in the Trump administration have … more
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