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Office Address:
51 Memorial Ave.,
Manchester Center, VT 05255

Fax Number: (802)-362-5327


Regional Publisher of New England Newspapers Inc.: Edward L. Woods (413) 496-6370
Regional Vice President of News for New England Newspapers Inc.: Kevin Moran (413) 496-6201
Marketing Director: Joyce Brewer (413) 496-6316
Managing Editor: Andrew McKeever (802) 362-2222 ext. 1
Sports Writer/Copy Editor: Brandon Canevari (802) 362-2222 ext. 2

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Marketing Director: Joyce Brewer (413) 496-6316


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