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    (Andrew McKeever)
    Voters Approve Budget; additional articles

    MANCHESTER >> A smaller crowd than has usually turned out in recent years for the municipal floor meeting portion of Town Meeting — roughly 100 or so when the meeting started at 1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. Full Story
    COMMUNITY NEWS
    GMALL, MCL holding Robin Williams film series

    MANCHESTER CENTER >> Green Mountain Academy for Lifelong Learning and the Manchester Community Library are excited to co-sponsor a film series featuring Robin Williams. "Good Morning, Vietnam" will screen at the Manchester Community Library on Full Story
    SPORTS NEWS
    (Gary Baker photo)
    BBA cruises past Colonels in playdowns

    MANCHESTER >> With the student section of the hometown crowd chanting "hey, hey, hey, goodbye,' with under a minute remaining in the game, the Burr and Burton Academy boys basketball team began holding the ball and wearing down the final Full Story
    LOCAL NEWS
    (Andrew McKeever)
    Voters Approve Budget; additional articles

    MANCHESTER >> A smaller crowd than has usually turned out in recent years for the municipal floor meeting portion of Town Meeting — roughly 100 or so when the meeting started at 1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. Full Story

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    Berkshire Festival of Women Writers opens with poets, Madonnas

    Dani Shapiro to give keynote in monthlong celebration
    Berkshire Festival of Women Writers begins with a novelist and memoirist, a panel of poets, an art show and more. Full Story
    BUSINESS NEWS
    How to make the most out of Social Security

    How to make the most out of Social Security Yes, it's complicated. Social Security benefits have been around since 1935 and, like taxes, have become increasingly complex through time. Most people are losing out because they don't understand the fine Full Story
    LETTERS
    Save the Vet's Home

    To the Editor: It was recently reported that our state's leaders, in the administration and Legislature, say they are all in favor of supporting the Vermont Veterans Home — notwithstanding the fact that both are evaluating the possible closing Full Story
    THE ARTS
    'Elementary, Mr. Watson'

    02/25/2015
    DORSET >> The Dorset Players will be presenting "Watson: The Last Great Tale of the Legendary Sherlock Holmes." Written by Jaime Robledo, it is both a witty comedy and dramatic mystery based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's heroes and villains. 
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    Mystery solved: Source of bad smell in Louisville found

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Officials with Louisville's Metro Air Pollution Control District say they've identified the source of the bad odor that residents have been complaining about for a week. Full Story
    (Dave Martin/AP)
    Artists to curate new performance series at Kennedy Center

    WASHINGTON (AP) — A new performance series curated by leading artists will help define a new programming slate at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts under its new president, along with festivals celebrating Ireland and something unexpected: skateboarding culture. Full Story