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POWNAL — A recount has been scheduled for Tuesday in the Pownal Select Board contest that saw veteran board member Nelson Brownell narrowly elected to another term by 8 votes.Assistant Town Clerk Julie Weber said the recount was requested by … more
DATELINE — Two U.S. senators from New York have introduced legislation that would require federal environmental regulators to clamp down on potentially harmful chemicals in drinking water.The bill, cosponsored by democrats Kristin Gillibrand … more
ARLINGTON — Camping on the Battenkill has a new owner.According to Lesley P. Nase, who has run the campground with her brother Peter, the campground has been sold to Neil Krawczyk and his wife Leanne Silber.Nase said in a press release that … more
Jim Therrienjtherrien@benningtonbanner.com BENNINGTON — During a visit on Friday, House Speaker Mitzi Johnson told Bennington residents concerned about PFOA contamination of their wells that she will push for timely updates from state … more
BENNINGTON — Benjamin Richmond is not at his home in Bennington anymore, rather fighting all the way in northern Iraq for the country that gave him a home.Richmond was adopted from South Korea when he was young and graduated from Mount Anthony … more
BENNINGTON — Molly Stark Elementary School Principal Michael Mugits has announced that he will be withdrawing his resignation and remaining with the school after this year.Mugits announced his resignation in early February. The decision came … more
SHAFTSBURY — After public complaints about his unwillingness to apologize for disparaging remarks made against certain residents of the town, the other members of the Shaftsbury School Board chose not to re-elect Fran Kinney as chairman … more
BENNINGTON — Area residents and law enforcement officials were unanimous Thursday in expressing relief after a 31-year-old Sunderland man was arrested in the stabbing death of an elderly Arlington woman in her home in early January.Timothy J. … more
BENNINGTON — A Sunderland man accused of breaking into an elderly woman's home and stabbing her to death in January pleaded not guilty to two felony charges on Thursday.Timothy J. Butler, of Sunderland, used to mow lawns for the 81-year-old … more
MANCHESTER — Never judge a book by its cover — especially if the book is alive.The Living Library returns on Saturday at the Manchester Community Library following its fall 2015 debut. Various local community members will share their … more
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