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BENNINGTON — An East Street man is accused of charging over $1,000 to his grandmother's debit card without her permission. Christopher A. Grover, 20, pleaded not guilty Monday in Vermont Superior Court to a felony count of false pretenses or false tokens. He was released without bail under conditions, among them that he have no harassing contact with his grandmother. more
BENNINGTON — Through the Alliance for Community Transformation (ACT), two students were due to be recognized for their advocacy in Montpelier today. Prevention Works!VT selected Mount Anthony Union High School freshman Kenzie Thompson and … more
BENNINGTON — A bill that would require companies determined to be the source of PFOA contamination to pay for remediation costs passed the Vermont Senate Tuesday morning and was sent on to the House for consideration.Sen. Brian Campion, who … more
BENNINGTON — A man who went off Route 9 and hit a utility pole near Barney Road on Tuesday told police he did so because his brakes failed and he didn't wan to risk hitting nearby utility workers. Bennington Police said Todd Compagna, 53, of … more
BENNINGTON — A man faces charges that he inappropriately touched a child. Eli J. Hurley, 30, of Bennington, pleaded not guilty in Vermont Superior Court Criminal Division Bennington on Tuesday to two felony counts of lewd and lascivious conduct with a child. more
BENNINGTON — David R. Evans, president of Southern Vermont College, has been named to the board of directors for the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities. more
BENNINGTON — A settlement conference and bail review has been scheduled for a former Shaftsbury man found guilty in 2014 of three felony counts of lewd and lascivious conduct with a child, following a state Supreme Court decision last month … more
BENNINGTON COUNTY — True love is staying with the same person for 63 years. Or experiencing a new kind of love the second time down the aisle.Roberta and Howard Smith's marriage still carries the glow of soulmates who met in their late teens. … more
BENNINGTON — Several local organizations are participating in an initiative to promote early childhood literacy.The Bennington County 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten initiative, based on the national program of the same name, will begin with a … more
BENNINGTON — An attorney who recently helped secure a $671 million court settlement for residents along the Ohio River who had their drinking water contaminated by PFOA will speak next week at Bennington College. Rob Bilott, a partner with the … more
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