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BENNINGTON — Community engagement is a cornerstone of the global non-profit United Way, and the local chapter of the organization hopes to get volunteers engaged with the Bennington community for their annual Day of Caring on Sept. 23.Though … more
BENNINGTON — Reports of an active shooter led to police placing the State Office Complex under "lockdown" for about 45 minutes on Monday morning, however there turned out to be no danger. Bennington Police Chief Paul Doucette said a loose item … more
Minor injuries in crashTwo adults and a child received only minor injuries Thursday afternoon after a driver fell asleep at the wheel and went off the road, according to Vermont State Police.Gerald J. Johnson, 34, of Arlington was driving an SUV … more
BENNINGTON — The $53 million Putnam Block redevelopment project is not the only one being considered within the proposed tax increment financing district for downtown Bennington.Also cited in the town's application to the state for a TIF … more
BENNINGTON — Over 100 quilts of varying colors and styles hung on display at Mount Anthony Union Middle School this past weekend for the 24th annual Bennington Quiltfest.For the past 24 years, the quilt festival has been held by the Quiet … more
BENNINGTON — Beating the opioid epidemic will require the stigma around addiction be lifted, says those who've seen loved ones struggle with addiction or dealt with it themselves. To do this, people need to work together to bring addiction out … more
NORTH BENNINGTON — Village trustees have approved the purchase of three cameras for the skate park at Lions Park, with the option to eventually expand the system to cover the train station as well.Highway Superintendent Norm LeBlanc said on … more
BENNINGTON — The Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union's Act 46 Study Committee has set Nov. 7 as the date for a multi-community vote on a proposed unified school district, and the group plans public forums on details of the proposal.The … more
ARLINGTON — Despite a homicide earlier this year, residents of Arlington are safe. Even so, they should take steps to protect themselves, such as locking their doors. That was a message law enforcement sent to residents attending a community … more
BENNINGTON — The enduring power struggle between the federal and state governments is reaching yet another fever pitch, according to two top Vermont officials, but they said the Constitution remains as relevant as ever, reflecting the … more
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