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NORTH BENNINGTON — When Vermont regulators learned last year that the former ChemFab factory had polluted hundreds of wells in Bennington with perfluorooctanoic acid, or PFOA, the reaction was swift. Gov. Peter Shumlin assembled a press conference hours after the findings were released, an investigation was launched, and that same day state authorities began delivering bottled drinking water to affected residents. more
PAWLET — Pawlet's Haystack Mountain Trail is receiving some much-needed maintenance, thanks to the efforts of the nonprofit Friends of Haystack and the Vermont Youth Conservation Corps.The trail winds up almost 1,200 ft in elevation to … more
DORSET — Sandy Casey, a Dorset native and 2000 graduate of Burr and Burton Academy who went on to become a special education teacher in California, was among the victims of a mass shooting that … more
SUNDERLAND — State Police report a crash Thursday night on Route 7A, resulting in charges for the driver.Trooper Cody Sholtes reported that Richard C. Bartholomew, 29, of Arlington, was driving at … more
MANCHESTER — Police are investigating a two-car crash that claimed the life of a Shaftsbury man on Sunday morning. Manchester Police said that at 2:13 a.m. they responded to a crash on Main … more
MANCHESTER — When Sheldon and Virginia Cohen's dog Honey ran away during Independence Day celebrations in Dorset, the Bennington couple thought they would never see her again.More than a month later, however, the Rhodesian ridgeback was found … more
ARLINGTON — For the past 20 years, Don and Verrall Keelan have hosted kids from New York City in the summer. After a day of paddling down the Battenkill the children camp for the night on the Keelan's property. Years ago the Keelans were … more
BENNINGTON — Two local residents, among several individuals arrested last week in connection with drug distribution in the area, have denied felony charges over alleged cocaine sales.Cecile Everett Nichols, 34, and Jacqueline D. Brandmeyer, … more
BENNINGTON — When former Danby residents Steve and Nancy Burzon moved to their new home on St. Martin island in November, they were eager to start the next chapter in their lives.That new chapter was interrupted earlier this month, however, … more
NORTH BENNINGTON — Jenny Kelly suffers from Graves' disease, an incurable condition that's the most common cause of hyperthyroidism. The 31-year-old North Bennington resident also has cysts on her thyroid gland. The illness makes her feel sluggish, weak and tired, Kelly said. Lately she's been trying to combat the fatigue with regular exercise. more
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