• First Wednesdays schedule announced - 09/01/2015 11:09 AM EDT
  • iPads now available at library - 09/01/2015 10:26 AM EDT
  • Lisman announces run for governor - 09/01/2015 10:01 AM EDT
  • NHA to add new program - 08/26/2015 09:50 PM EDT
  • BBA field hockey ready for season - 08/26/2015 09:50 PM EDT
    First Wednesdays schedule announced

    MANCHESTER >> The schedule for "First Wednesdays," the speaker and lecture series organized by the Vermont Humanities Council and hosted locally by the Manchester Community Library, has been announced. Full Story
    (Geoff Smith — Bennington Banner)
    Hungry BBA girls squad looks to improve, advance

    After a stellar regular season ended in playoff heartbreak, BBA aiming for more
    MANCHESTER >> Replicating an undefeated regular season is going to be an uphill battle for the Burr and Burton Academy girls soccer team this season. But if a few losses in the regular season translate into a few more wins come playoff time, Full Story
    Brattleboro police investigate 'untimely' death

    BRATTLEBORO >> The Brattleboro Police Department is investigating the death of a man found unresponsive in a South Main Street home on Aug. 31 at 2:35 p.m. According to a press release, emergency responders were called to the home and upon Full Story

    (Gillian Jones — The Berkshire Eagle)
    Adams' Quaker Meeting House a nod to unflinching beliefs

    ADAMS — Perched above a grassy knoll of the unmarked graves of its members, the Quaker Meeting House stands as a silent reminder of the town's founding families.

    Photo Gallery | The Quaker Meeting House in Adams Full Story

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    rkMiles driver recognized

    MANCHESTER >> rk MILES has announced that Manchester Moffett Truck Driver, John Paul Staples, will be awarded the Vermont Truck & Bus Association's (VTBA) prestigious Master Truck Driver Certification at its annual meeting in Stowe on Sept. Full Story
    Letters to the Editor

    Please respect Glastenbury and Fayville To the Editor: The Unorganized Town of Glastenbury and its historic Village of Fayville are unique, special places. The Fayville Road, now a designated town trail, is evident on the Beers Atlas of 1869 Full Story
    Oldcastle's 'Black comedy' a romp

    BENNINGTON >> And God said, "Let there be light!" He should have added: "Except at Oldcastle Theatre Company's late summer run of Peter Shaffer's farce, 'Black Comedy'!" This play defies everything ever written in the Book of Exodus. 
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