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    Manchester Bids Adieu to Mark Skinner Library

    MANCHESTER >> After a run that spanned 117 years, Manchester's Mark Skinner Library has closed its doors. On Friday, Oct. 24, patrons made use of its services for a final time. Its successor, The Manchester Community Library, will host its Full Story
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    WoW Express visits Fisher Elementary

    ARLINGTON >> The Watershed on Wheels mobile visitor center, also known as the WoW Express, spent a day at Fisher Elementary School educating students in grades 3-5 about the interconnectedness of the Battenkill River watershed. Full Story
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    BBA football having historic season

    MANCHESTER >> At the beginning of the season, the Burr and Burton Academy football team had at least one goal in mind: Tighten up the defense to add to an already potent offense. Mission accomplished. Full Story
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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
    Letter: Vote for Steve Berry

    To the Editor: I first met Steve Berry in 2004, during a difficult time in my life. Steve was the senior minister at the First Congregational Church of Manchester, where he offered me — despite my lack of religious faith — not only Full Story
    THE ARTS
    Life is a Cabaret at Fort Salem

    10/29/2014
    FORT SALEM, N.Y. >> Fort Salem Theater's annual Fall at the Fort Cabaret series begins this Saturday, Nov. 1, in the Washington County theater and cabaret venue with a one-woman comedy with music. 
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    Crowds, cuteness overwhelm first Hello Kitty Con

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Hello Kitty cuteness is taking over Little Tokyo in downtown Los Angeles as the city hosts the first Hello Kitty fan convention. Full Story