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MONTPELIER — A widely revered Russian doctor killed in the crash of a Russian military plane had lived for years in Vermont but had been working in her native country for the last several years, dedicating her life to helping children, … more
State officials hope to attract foreign students and boost online enrollments to state colleges. That's why the Vermont State College trustees used the word "university" to describe the newly merged Lyndon and Johnson state colleges.The new Northern … more
MANCHESTER—The Manchester Music Festival is ringing in the new year with music from Mozart, Beethoven, Debussy, Rachmaninoff, Dvorak, Tchaikovsky and more. The annual family friendly New Year's Eve concert will feature new MMF artistic … more
Between arts and entertainment, healthcare, and businesses moves, the north and southshires experienced many changes in 2016. NorthshireManchester made amends when the Manchester and the Mountains Chamber of Commerce closed. Local business leaders … more
Driver in Shaftsbury crash chargedSHAFTSBURY — State Police reported a crash on Buck Hill Road in Shaftsbury on Tuesday at about 11 a.m., resulting in extensive damage to the vehicle and a citation for the driver on a charge of operating while … more
MANCHESTER — Looking for something to do in Manchester and the mountains? There's an app for that. Mountain Media LLC, the publishers of Stratton Magazine, has developed and launched a smartphone app that gives visitors to the Manchester area … more
BENNINGTON — A Bennington family has been convicted of multiple felonies arising out of what police call a scheme to defraud Vermont Medicaid.Patrick Morse, 64, Ellie May Morse, 43, and Donald Morse, 23, of Bennington, Vermont, were convicted … more
MANCHESTER — For the eleventh year, Hildene, the Lincoln Family Home, will host the Lincoln Essay Competition.The theme of this year's essays will be climate change. The contest is open to all eighth grade students in Vermont. Entry packets … more
Email calendar listings to news@benningtonbanner.com. We only accept events that are free to attend or benefit non-profits or charitable causes. We prefer to receive submissions via email, and would like the information to be in plain text in the … more
April Stein has long dreamed of opening a therapeutic residential community for young adults struggling with mental health issues. A graduate of Bennington College and the California School of Professional Psychology, Stein was one of the founders … more
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