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Police say the baby arrived the Chittenden Regional Correctional Facility, with 27-year-old David Willette of Bennington, for a scheduled visit.
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Watch how it appears as you come west down Main Street past the Safford Street intersection.
Hawkins House, a second generation family-owned business, is thriving in Bennington despite several fellow specialty gift shops having closed in recent years.
A Readsboro man told a judge Thursday as he was being sentenced for killing his tenant's cat last year, that the death was an accident and he intended only to scare the animal when he threw a block of wood at it.
A collaboration between Bennington College and the newly-independent Village School of North Bennington has students as young as 5 years old speaking a foreign language.
Those in search of medical care in Arlington and the surrounding area will soon be able to receive it all in one place.
Land owned by the Green Mountain National Forest is being studied as part of a long-term plan for development and conservation.
Following the success of their fall kids art classes, Fiddlehead at Four Corners in downtown Bennington has announced a new slate of classes for children ages 4 to 14, which will run over winter break.
Off The Wall Fitness Center has announced that it has been awarded a $35,000 loan by the Town of Bennington's business loan program.
Dressed in blue, at right, Mary Bates Muckle, 73, of North Bennington stands at the four corners in Bennington telling passersby about "Wear Blue Fridays," a no-cost, easy way to show support for members of the American military stationed overseas.
The group had assembled to voice concerns over a recent amendment to the town's "Improper Use of Public Way and Abatement of Public Nuisances" ordinance.
The Vermont Arts Exchange presents "Spacing Out," an exhibition by four advancing printmaking students from Bennington College, in the Mill Gallery, located in The VAE's Sage Street Mill.
Fifth-grade Teacher Rachel Kipp said her students learned of the early November incident and immediately voiced their collective desire to help the victims.
According to Bennington Fire Chief Steve Crawford, the Bennington Fire Department used its ladder truck to rescue the two people who were then treated by the Bennington Rescue Squad and taken to Southwestern Vermont Medical Center for evaluation.