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    Supervisory unions line up for Act 46 tax breaks

    Supervisory unions looking to reap benefits of education reform
    A handful of supervisory unions want to be the first to change their governance structures in order to reap tax benefits. Under Act 46, the state is offering tax breaks to towns that agree to merge town school boards into larger supervisory Full Story
    COMMUNITY NEWS
    The Manchester Journal

    Rabbi Bob Alper Offers up Northshire Stories, Walter Hard, and Comedy at MCL (MANCHESTER CENTER) On August 5 at 7 PM, Manchester Community Library, Manchester Historical Society and Northshire Bookstore will present "Northshire Stories by Rabbi Bob Full Story
    SPORTS NEWS
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    Mount Snow hosts Eastern States Cup races this weekend

    This weekend's downhill and enduro races expected to bring in up to 300 bikers
    DOVER >> Bikers looking for a challenge should look no further than Mount Snow. This weekend the resort plays host to the Eastern States Cup for the sixth straight year. Northeast riders will gather to shred dirt, roots, rocks and the rest of Full Story
    LOCAL NEWS
    Study: Most consumers would not see GMO labeling as warning

    MONTPELIER >> A new study on GMO labeling shows that most people would not view a GMO label as a warning to avoid eating products containing genetically modified ingredients, according to a University of Vermont news release. 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
    Common Ground

    To the Editor: In response to a recent editorial, news stories, and to subsequent comments shared by local and residents from Rupert to Sunderland about the Community Food Cupboard (located at Manchester Town Hall) lease, I feel a clarification of Full Story
    THE ARTS
    New Play Reading Series continues in Dorset

    07/30/2015
    DORSET >> Dorset Theatre Festival's 2015 New Play Reading Series continues on Aug. 3 with Chris Newbound's "The Trouble with Nicole." Newbound is a Berkshire-based playwright whose full-length play Birthday Boy received its world premiere at 
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    Correction: TV-MSNBC-Shows Canceled story

    NEW YORK (AP) — In a story July 30 about MSNBC canceling 3 daytime shows, The Associated Press implied that Ari Melber was named the network's chief legal correspondent last week. Full Story
    J.J. Abrams broke his back filming 'Star Wars'

    The 'Star Wars: Episode VII -- The Force Awakens' director reveals to Jon Stewart how the Millennium Falcon door that injured Harrison Ford on set also broke Abrams' back.