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    Starbucks obtains permit for coffee house
    04/18/2014 04:09 PM EDT - MANCHESTER - The Development Review Board has approved a change of use permit for a Starbucks coffee house at the Equinox Square Plaza on Depot Street. When it opens, the proposed Starbucks will be the first of the international chain to open in southern Vermont. Full Story

    DRB closes hearing on falconry school
    04/17/2014 04:36 PM EDT - MANCHESTER - The Manchester Development Review Board closed a hearing Wednesday night on an application for a conditional use permit by Jeffrey Nyweide and Shelly Gibson that seeks to use what has been pasture land as the location for a new falconry school. Full Story

    Pond Skimming
    04/14/2014 12:17 PM EDT - Full Story

    Bank building may have buyer
    04/16/2014 04:01 PM EDT - MANCHESTER - A Main Street landmark building may be on the cusp of getting a new owner. Full Story

    Library receives capital campaign contribution
    04/16/2014 04:47 PM EDT - MANCHESTER - The Manchester Community Library's capital campaign has gotten a major boost.  Full Story

    How 'bout a raise?
    04/16/2014 04:50 PM EDT - MANCHESTER - The minimum wage in Vermont could be on its way up to $10.10 per hour, from its current level of $8.73.  Full Story

    Street fests set
    04/16/2014 04:52 PM EDT - MANCHESTER - The coming summer will be full of fun, and like last year, will include two street festivals.  Full Story

    State Senate passes GMO labeling bill
    04/16/2014 09:50 AM EDT - The Vermont Senate on Tuesday voted 26-2 to give preliminary approval to a GMO labeling bill. If the bill is enacted, the state would be the first in the nation to require manufacturers to label products containing genetically engineered ingredients. Full Story

    VTDigger/Castleton poll: 65 percent of voters want revamp of property tax system
    04/16/2014 09:41 AM EDT - The Castleton Polling Institute conducted a poll for VTDigger on education issues. Three questions were asked: Whether respondents voted to reject or approve their local school budgets; whether registered voters supported or opposed the idea of consolidating school districts; and whether registered voters believe the property tax system should be changed or stay the same. Full Story