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    Dorset's 'Apparel' Takes an Intimate Look Into the Soul

    DORSET >> History isn't just an informative discipline; it's perhaps the most instructive, whether taught in a classroom or self-studied. Given the themes of gender, race and culture surrounding Dorset Theatre Festival's 2015 season kickoff, Full Story
    COMMUNITY NEWS
    Local author Beveridge to hold book signing

    WESTON >> On Saturday, June 27, author Patricia Tracy Dow Beveridge will be at Wilder Memorial Library to sign copies of her book "Moonlight of Morgan Hill" at 2:30 p.m. Moonlight was a beautiful cow, but she never knew how special she really Full Story
    SPORTS NEWS
    Six BBA students named to women's lacrosse All-Star teams

    MANCHESTER >> Burr and Burton Academy senior midfielders Hayley Sabol, Ryder Ferrone and Lucy Bisselle were named to the Vermont Coaches' Association All-Star first team for lacrosse in Division I. Full Story
    LOCAL NEWS
    Community Rallies for Jake

    MANCHESTER >> Runners competing in Saturday's July 4th "Four on the Fourth" road race will be running for more than personal best times or a fun way to get in a work-out. They will also be running, walking or volunteering to help out a local Full Story

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    Artist Valerie Hird gives creation wings in North Adams

    Gallery 51 show will open at Downstreet Art festival
    NORTH ADAMS >> Burlington artist Valerie Hird has made her own creation myth. Full Story
    BUSINESS NEWS
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    First Friday with the FBoMs

    MANCHESTER >> FBoM has a new meaning. The irreverent acronym is pronounced "F-Bomb" — like that word we're not supposed to say — but it stands for Female Business Owners of Manchester. Full Story
    LETTERS
    Little Boys and Their Toys

    To the Editor: The police departments around the country should take stock of their psychological fitness for the job. Granted, they have a tough job, but so do many others; fire fighters, first responders, loggers, air traffic controllers, etc. Full Story
    THE ARTS
    Three Spots Left in 'Bootcamp'

    06/25/2015
    WESTON >> For secondary student with a serious interest in musical theatre, there are three spots left in the Weston Playhouse Theatre Company's first ever Broadway Bootcamp. A three-week intensive summer program beginning on Aug. 
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    Man jailed for not paying $749 fare for 300-mile cab ride

    UNIONTOWN, Pa. (AP) — Police say a man who took a 300-mile cab ride across Pennsylvania to surprise his fiancee has been jailed because he couldn't pay the $749 fare. Full Story
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    'Changed' Justin Bieber attends Sydney church conference

    SYDNEY (AP) — Justin Bieber credited a Pentecostal pastor with changing his life as he mingled Tuesday with thousands of Christians at a five-day church conference in Sydney. Full Story