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Barbara Riley, 'a force of nature with a huge heart,' dies

One of the area's most beloved former residents has died. Barbara Riley died Wednesday in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, her daughter Anna Nicholson confirmed …

FDA looking into testing issues in Northshire virus scare

MONTPELIER — The Northshire's antigen test mystery is getting a closer look from the federal government, according to Vermont Public Health Commissioner Dr. Mark Levine. The U.S. Food and …

Sullivan, pursuing auditor's seat, still alone in House race

DORSET — State Rep. Linda Joy Sullivan, a candidate in the Tuesday, Aug. 11 Democratic primary for auditor of accounts, has said she'd welcome write-in votes from across party lines as she …
Final Arthur Jones retrospective up now at 3 Pears Gallery DORSET — If you've ever driven Route 7 in the Northshire, the bumpy spine of the Green Mountains is unmistakable. Likewise is the work of Arthur Jones, a painter born and raised in Dorset …
Cybersecurity best practice for staff working from home It’s called telecommuting. And one study two years ago by a Swiss office service provider found that 70 percent of professionals work away from the office at least one day a …
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Londonderry community mourns death LONDONDERRY — A prominent and beloved member of the Londonderry community died July 25 in a two-car crash in Salisbury on July 25. Joan E. Dayton, 72, of Londonderry died when the car she …
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It was expected that the start of the school year was going to require some flexibility. That was put to the test right away on Tuesday, as Burr and Burton Academy and Long Trail School, the … more
ARLINGTON — Erynn Hazlett has had enough of the state's leadership and has decided that the best way to do something about it is to run for the state's top job and start fixing … more
MANCHESTER — It was Friday, July 10, when a Manchester-area family realized their school-age child had a low-grade fever and gastrointestinal symptoms. Knowing that fever and diarrhea are … more
MONTPELIER — Vermont's public health commissioner on Tuesday ruled out an outbreak of the COVID-19 virus in the Manchester and mountains area. Dr. Mark Levine, speaking at Gov. Phil Scott's … more
LONDONDERRY — With the town awaiting additional information on the state Department of Health's follow-up testing efforts, emergency management director Kevin Beattie offered this advice on … more
MANCHESTER — Two sisters from Manchester solved several problems at once with the opening of Cold Cow Creamery dairy bar on Main Street earlier this month. Hannah and Bella Dworkin needed … more
BENNINGTON — The local state's attorney has dismissed a drunken driving charge against an African American man, acknowledging inappropriate comments made by the arresting officer. State's … more
STRATTON — The independent Stratton Mountain School has engaged Southwestern Vermont Health Care to provide students and staff with health care services for the upcoming school year. The … more
MANCHESTER — Hildene, The Lincoln Family Home in Manchester, planned to reopen to the public starting Thursday now that a suspected outbreak of COVID-19 has been ruled out by the Vermont … more
MONTPELIER — Vermont's public health commissioner on Tuesday ruled out an outbreak of the COVID-19 virus in the Manchester and mountains area. Dr. Mark Levine, speaking at Gov. Phil Scott's … more

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