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2 hrs ago | Manchester Journal
On Tuesday, April 22, from 4 - 9 p.m., The Manchester and the Mountains Regional Chamber of Commerce will host the third "Business at its Best" Expo at The Equinox Resort and Spa with presenting sponsor The Bank of Bennington.
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6 hrs ago | The Bennington Banner
Catamount Access Television will hold a structured Open House on Tuesday, May 6 beginning at 5:30 p.m. CAT-TV operates the area's local Public, Educational and Governmental Access Channels, while providing access and training for local citizens to make use of those channels.
10 hrs ago | Berkshire Eagle
Tucked in the northwest corner of Bennington and connected to the downtown area by both Route 67A and the Walloomsac River, the village of North Bennington has an unique culture and character of its own.
Toronto-based musician John Terauds played organ for his first Sunday service as music minister at Saint Peter's Episcopal Church, 200 Pleasant St., on Palm Sunday.
The Select Board voted unanimously to elect member Greg Van Houten as its chairman at Monday's regular board meeting.
At the request of the Shaftsbury Elementary School Board, Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union CFO Rick Pembroke has compiled a set of data analyzing the impact should the district absorb Shaftsbury District 1, whose students currently attend school in North Bennington.
The Shaftsbury Historical Society named its first ever "Ordinary Hero" on Sunday, honoring longtime Shaftsbury resident, writer, and historical society founding member Ruth Levin.
Emeritus at Fillmore Pond Dining Services Director Rob Kennison makes gourmet food for residents on a daily basis.
ROSES to the Bennington Area Chamber of Commerce's annual "Day Under the Dome" trip on Tuesday for which some residents paid $30 to sponsored a local student to experience the Vermont Statehouse, sit in on the House of Representatives and have an audience with the governor.
A Bristol man is facing charges after police say he fired a gun multiple times toward a neighbor's home.
The Martha Canfield Library will host a special program on "Miniature Antique Cars and Trucks" on Tuesday, April 15, at 7 p.m. Kevin Kees of Shaftsbury will speak about his collection of antique cars and trucks in miniature and show examples.
Act 60, and its successor, Act 68, have been controversial pieces of legislation ever since their origins in the historic Brigham decision handed down by the Vermont Supreme Court in 1997.
A plan on how to optimize the local food system lists 35 projects and which local organizations are in the best position to do them.