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BENNINGTON — Following the new Vermont state law in 2014 that law enforcement agencies must collect and report race data, a University of Vermont economy professor has release a statewide report noting racial disparities. more
EAST ARLINGTON — A local church will host community members and law enforcement tonight during a question-and-answer style conversation about public safety.The event at the Federated Church of East Arlington comes as residents are concerned … more
BENNINGTON — A Beech Street man is accused of threatening another with a box cutter.Wayne E. Morris Jr. 30, pleaded not guilty Tuesday in Vermont Superior Court Criminal Division to to a felony count of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, … more
SHAFTSBURY — After years of planning and debating, the Select Board has officially voted on the site of the new town garage. While voters must still approve the project's financing, this is a major step forward for a project that has been in … more
HOOSICK FALLS, N.Y. — Two candidates for the newly-created economic development coordinator position will be interviewed next week. Members of a search committee will conduct interviews on Jan. 26, according to documents on file at the village … more
CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. — Farming — a picturesque scene in the country accompanied by a red barn, acres of crops and some cattle. That's how actor Kristoffer Ross described how the public views agriculture. more
LONDONDERRY — Burton Snowboards may be one of the most popular brands on the mountain, but it's never strayed far from its roots. Londonderry is the home to Jake Burton Carpenter's first snowboard factory. more
SHAFTSBURY — State police report a burglary overnight at the Iron Kettle Motel on Route 7A in Shaftsbury.Trooper Benjamin Barton said in a release that the break occurred sometime between 11 p.m. on Saturday to 8 a.m. on Sunday.He said police … more
WILMINGTON — Scott Murphy is stepping down as town manager."I have given the Wilmington Select Board my resignation, effective when the current contract expires," Murphy said, referring to February 2018.Murphy said the Select Board has asked … more
POWNAL — The Select Board appears close to asking voters at the March annual meeting to fund a new town offices building, costing in the neighborhood of $1 million.If the proposal reaches that stage, it would mark the first opportunity voters … more
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