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MOUNT TABOR — Police say a Mount Tabor woman's story that her husband accidentally shot and killed himself doesn't add up, but her lawyer said they have no evidence his client pulled the trigger."It's completely a circumstantial case," Steven … more
BENNINGTON — The Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union has formed its second formal Act 46 study committee, but it lacks some of the guarantees the exploratory committee had recommended."At the last meeting of the Act 46 exploratory committee, … more
BENNINGTON — Four of the six Select Board candidates took part in a forum broadcast live online from Oldcastle Theatre on Wednesday night. more
BENNINGTON — The Vermont Veterans Home welcomed a special guest on Feb. 17 for, what she would call, a family reunion. more
BENNINGTON — Students at Mount Anthony Union High School still entered the building early Thursday morning, even though school wasn't in sessionRoughly 50 youth attended mini-mental health breaks and "Healthy State of Mind" workshops at the … more
BENNINGTON — The board of the Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union voted unanimously on Wednesday to extend the contract of Superintendent Jim Culkeen.Culkeen said on Thursday that the contract is expected to be signed on Monday, at which point … more
MANCHESTER — A small group of Northshire business owners and interested parties gathered at Hildene on Thursday to hear what Bennington Area Chamber of Commerce executive director Matt Harrington had to say about what his organization can do … more
The House Health Care Committee has prioritized four bills this session that look at pieces of Vermont's mental health care system.Rep. Bill Lippert, D-Hinesburg, the chair of House Health Care, said the committeehopes to pass all four bills before … more
MONTPELIER — A new bill would create a regulated marijuana market in Vermont.The legislation, introduced by Rep. Sam Young, D-Glover, would complement a bill that would legalize possession of small amounts of pot.Young believes "having a … more
BURLINGTON — A city police officer resigned Monday amid allegations that he lied in an affidavit about smelling marijuana during a drug arrest, according to Police Chief Brandon del Pozo.Officer Christopher Lopez quit the day before he was to … more
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