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WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump on Tuesday condemned recent threats against Jewish community centers in the U.S. as "painful reminders" of lingering prejudice and evil, his first full-throated comments on the rise of anti-Semitic … more
Education Secretary Rebecca Holcombe answers a question from State Board of Education member William Mathis during a December meeting. File photo by Andrew Kutches/VTDiggerThe State Board of Education postponed a vote on contentious draft rules for … more
BENNINGTON — A Bennington College event featuring an attorney who helped secure a multi-million settlement over drinking water contaminated by PFOA has been cancelled.Rob Bilott, who helped secure a $671 million court settlement against two … more
BRATTLEBORO — Three protestors were arrested after a sit-in demonstration Wednesday aimed at amplifying their message."It's much more of a visible statement on our part about how we feel about TD Bank and its investment policy," said Tim … more
DORSET — A particular crazy Russian girl has taken her pastry skills north. Dorset Rising Bakery, an establishment of 8 Church Street Hospitality, has welcomed Pastry Chef Natasha Gardner Littrell and a team of three culinary arts professionals to transform the focus of the cafe that opened last summer. more
BENNINGTON — The Select Board will create a charter review commission in the spring that is expected to consider a local option sales tax, changes to the map of the designated downtown area and other possible amendments.Town Manager Stuart … more
BENNINGTON — The first of three abandoned, run-down properties was unveiled to the community on Wednesday, with first-time homeowners as the occupants.Southwestern Vermont Health Care and The Bank of Bennington established Healthy Homes for … more
HOOSICK FALLS, N.Y. — The former regional director for the EPA has criticized a proposed settlement between the village and two companies being held responsible for contaminating drinking water.Judith Enck, in an open letter to the village … more
BENNINGTON — With some reluctance, a judge on Wednesday approved a plea deal resulting in the release from prison of a former Shaftsbury man, whose lewd and lascivious conduct with a child convictions were overturned on appeal to the Vermont … more
Vermont's lieutenant governor is urging passage of a state law to block the federal government from deputizing local police in the wake of new Trump administration rules issued Tuesday for the deportation of undocumented immigrants.The Department of … more
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