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    COMMUNITY NEWS
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    SPORTS NEWS
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    Start to BBA boys lax season may be delayed

    Harsh winter's effect on field causes setback
    MANCHESTER - The lingering effects of winter may cause the start of the Burr and Burton Academy boys lacrosse season to be delayed a bit. Full Story
    THE ARTS
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    One year; no sugar

    MANCHESTER - In an age when sugar is continuously unmasked as a health villain, this perfectly timed memoir chronicles the story of the Schaub family's 12 months without added sugar of any sort: no fructose, no refined cane, no molasses, no honey, no maple syrup, no corn syrup-in an attempt to live healthier and better. Full Story
    BUSINESS NEWS
    Business at its best

    MANCHESTER - 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.  Full Story

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    ThinkFOOD from cheese to chickens at Bard College at Simon's Rock

    GREAT BARRINGTON -- Fresh eggs, maple cream, blue cheese -- even in early spring, before the asparagus is ready to pick, local farms have flavor to offer. A movement is growing accross the country to get back to its roots, grow and use locally grown food. To advance this movement in Berkshire County, Bard College of Simon's Rock has created a new Center for Food Studies.  Full Story
    LETTERS
    Where did our girls hockey players go?

    The Burlington Free Press recently reported that high school girl's hockey in the state is in major decline. Full Story