Saturday Mar 8
The Bennington Banner
Why does Connecticut want to regulate movie volume?
Connecticut could become the first state to curb loud movies under proposed legislation that's drawing opposition from the Motion Picture Association of America.
Lawrence returns to Stamford, Vt., Selectboard after 3-year absence
Returning to the Selectboard after a three-year absence is Sheila G. Lawrence, who received 28 write-in votes for a three-year term.
Stamford voters turn down road paving project, police patrol hours during annual meeting
At its 261st annual town meeting, Stamford voters decided against a $200,000 road paving project and a proposal to increasing police patrolling hours, and decided to borrow money from town funds to reduce the interest payments on a municipal fire truck.
Clarksburg Officials Mull Preschool Costs
School officials and teachers joined Superintendent Jonathan Lev, center, and Vincent Guntlow to discuss the preschool project at Wednesday's Selectmen's meeting.
The Deerfield Valley News
School board makes a quick decision, hires new principal to fill vacancy
Windham Southwest Supervisory Union Superintendent Richard McClements updated the Readsboro School Board on the search for a new principal at last Monday night's meeting.