Thursday Mar 27
Final NARH checks issued, then a dash for the bank
By 6 p.m., the lobby at TD Bank was packed with at least 60 former employees of North Adams Regional Hospital -- and a line of cars stretched from the drive-thru window onto Main Street.
The Deerfield Valley News
Sibilia to run for House
With November's biennial election of state legislators less than eight months away, an independent candidate has announced her candidacy for the Windham-Bennington seat currently held by John Moran.
Stamford, Vt. woman suffers minor injuries in crash that cut power
A Stamford woman escaped serious injuries in a single-car accident on Routes 8 and 100 Thursday morning that left parts of town without power for several hours, according to Vermont State Police.
Vt. police: Crash caused power outage
Vermont police say a driver who lost control of her car in slushy conditions, crashed into a telephone pole, knocking out power for more than 500 customers.
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.