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    Community Converges for Library Opening

    MANCHESTER >> "Let the wild library rumpus begin!" Having tailored a Maurice Sendak quote to suit the occasion, Vermont State Librarian and ribbon-cutting officiator Martha Reid concluded her speech, stepped aside, and made way for library Full Story
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    Fisher to hold Community Read Along and Spaghetti Dinner

    ARLINGTON >> Fisher Elementary School will be hosting a Community Read Aloud and Spaghetti Dinner on Thursday, Nov. 13, beginning at 5 p.m. in the school's Mack Multi-purpose Room. The cost is $5 per person or $20 per family. Full Story


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    Arlington girls come up short against rival Proctor

    BETHEL — At the start of the season, the Arlington Memorial girls soccer team had one goal in mind — winning a state championship. On Saturday, the Eagles fell just short of that goal, losing 4-2 to their longtime rival and the defending Full Story
    Season of Plenty, Season of Want

    MANCHESTER>> With Thanksgiving at hand and Christmas fast approaching, many Manchester area residents look towards the holiday season with fond anticipation. However, this time of year does not translate into festive occasions and the Full Story
    Myerson included in Best Lawyers 'Best Law Firms'

    MANCHESTER >> Bradley D. Myerson Law Offices of Manchester Center has been listed in the 2015 Edition of U.S. News — Best Lawyers "Best Law Firms," in the field of Criminal Defense. Also, Myerson has been selected for inclusion in The Full Story
    Thanks for First Wednesdays

    To the Editor: Time Travel is possible in Manchester, with the help of the Manchester Community Library's First Wednesday programs. Last year we spent an evening in the Victorian age and, a few years ago, we visited a World War II POW camp in New Full Story
    'A Moveable Feast'

    Andrew McKeever Manchester Journal MANCHESTER >> You have to catch them when you can. "Pop Up" art galleries, as the name suggests, emerge and then go away. One new one that has just opened in Manchester will feature a collection of art work 
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    Cops: Woman drops cocaine baggie in police station

    UNIONTOWN, Pa. (AP) — Authorities say a woman being cited for public drunkenness in Pennsylvania accidentally dropped a baggie of crack cocaine on the police station floor. Full Story
    (Luca Bruno/AP)
    Barenboim opening West-Eastern academy in Berlin

    MILAN (AP) — Daniel Barenboim says his main reason for leaving La Scala is to develop an academy for his West-Eastern Divan Orchestra of Israeli and Palestinian musicians. Full Story