We Can Work It Out

07/20/2015 04:48 PM EDT
It's unfortunate, in our view, that the town of Manchester and the Food Cupboard, a charitable, non-profit organization which distributes food to the needy, have struggled to come up with a new lease agreement with mutually acceptable terms for both 
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Trust but Verify
07/14/2015 01:02 PM EDT - The nuclear arms control agreement reached with Iran earlier this week is to be welcomed. It gives the world, and especially the tinderbox of the Middle East, the best chance to walk back from a potential situation that could bring even more Full Story

LETTERS
Common Ground

To the Editor: In response to a recent editorial, news stories, and to subsequent comments shared by local and residents from Rupert to Sunderland about the Community Food Cupboard (located at Manchester Town Hall) lease, I feel a clarification of Full Story
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Repeal Vermont's Certificate of Need Laws

We need to lower the cost of health care in Vermont, and the state, dealing with a structural budget deficit, doesn't have the capacity to raise more taxes. So, what can we do? One simple, cost-free solution is to repeal Vermont's Certificate of Full Story
COMMUNITY NEWS
The Manchester Journal

Rabbi Bob Alper Offers up Northshire Stories, Walter Hard, and Comedy at MCL (MANCHESTER CENTER) On August 5 at 7 PM, Manchester Community Library, Manchester Historical Society and Northshire Bookstore will present "Northshire Stories by Rabbi Bob Full Story
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We Can Work It Out

07/20/2015 04:48 PM EDT
It's unfortunate, in our view, that the town of Manchester and the Food Cupboard, a charitable, non-profit organization which distributes food to the needy, have struggled to come up with a new lease agreement with mutually acceptable terms for both 
Full Story
Trust but Verify
07/14/2015 01:02 PM EDT - The nuclear arms control agreement reached with Iran earlier this week is to be welcomed. It gives the world, and especially the tinderbox of the Middle East, the best chance to walk back from a potential situation that could bring even more Full Story

More than Just Trade is Involved
06/22/2015 02:43 PM EDT - By the time many of you read this in the newspaper, the fate of the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership, a sweeping trade agreement between the U.S. and some of its major trading partners, may be clearer. Full Story

Six Is Enough
06/15/2015 04:11 PM EDT - By now, virtually every aspect of Gov. Peter Shumlin's surprise announcement last week that he would not seek a fourth term in the governor's office has been sliced and diced every imaginable way possible by political analysts from the local general Full Story

Pomp and Circumstance
06/08/2015 11:36 AM EDT - This is graduation season once again at area elementary, middle and secondary schools, as students, parents and educators mark the end of one chapter and the start of another. It's an exciting time, probably most of all for the students, who can Full Story

Southern Economic Zone
06/01/2015 04:26 PM EDT - One of the pieces of legislation we overlooked during our recent assessment of this year's legislative session was the creation of a special economic zone for the southern Vermont region. Known as the Southern Vermont Economic Zone, and established Full Story

Some Gave All
05/25/2015 03:54 PM EDT - Why do people willingly put their lives in peril in times of war and conflict? Is it for love of country, or to go back to an earlier time, love — or fear — of a monarch or warlord? To defend their property, their home, village or Full Story

Hollywood's Relativity Media files for bankruptcy protection

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Relativity Media, the struggling "mini major" Hollywood studio behind movies such as "Immortals" and "Mirror Mirror," has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Full Story