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    COMMUNITY NEWS
    Fox takes 1st in VT Fine Furniture Fest

    WOODSTOCK - Jesse Fox won first prize for his walnut chair "Graf" in the Design Competition Student Category at the 11th Annual Vermont Fine Furniture Festival on Sept. 27 in Woodstock. Full Story
    SPORTS NEWS
    Bulldogs edge Crimson Tide in playoff opener

    MANCHESTER - With just under seven minutes left to play, Burr and Burton Academy's Jennifer Dorr took a pass from a teammate, turned and fired a shot into the right corner of the cage past Spaulding goalie Madison Hewitt causing the BBA faithful to erupt on the sidelines. Full Story
    THE ARTS
    (Andrew McKeever photo)
    BUSINESS NEWS
    @theMarket

    So far, so good
    This week's behavior in the stock market went according to plan. We broke through several technical supports, reached a fairly critical level, and then bounced back. However, October isn't over and the probability that we experience more downside remains high. Here's my take on the week ahead. Full Story

    (Photos by Jess Gamari / Special to Berkshires Week & Shires of Vermont)
    Spice of life: Searching for fall flavor in North Adams

    From warm, crunchy apple crisp and salted caramel candy apples to steamy pumpkin spice lattes and roasted butternut squash soup, the Berkshires spills over with fall foods. We set out to explore North Adams for an afternoon in search of local seasonal flavor. NORTH ADAMS -- From warm, crunchy apple crisp and salted caramel candy apples to steamy pumpkin spice lattes and roasted butternut squash soup, the Berkshires spills over with fall foods. Full Story
    LETTERS
    Time for a change

    n 2012-2013 my wife and I were involved in a criminal case in Bennington County. Full Story
    Bank robber who bummed cigarette gets 10 years

    PITTSBURGH (AP) — A bank robber who stopped during his escape to bum a cigarette off a construction worker has been sentenced to 10 years in prison by a federal judge in Pittsburgh. Full Story