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  1. Marauders summer season kicks-off todayRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Manchester Journal

    BENNINGTON >> The Bennington Marauders will hold their first swim meet of the summer season today at the Bennington Recreation Center. BENNINGTON >> If you're a girl who loves softball and are looking for more games after your school season ends, then travel softball is for you! If you're a motivated, committed, hardworking athlete, and want to play softball this summer, contact head coach Stacy Riche at 518-796-1521.

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  2. Catamount BMX to host Gold Cup qualifierRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Manchester Journal

    BENNINGTON >> Get ready to pedal on over to Willow Park next weekend as Vermont's only BMX race track will host one of this year's USA BMX Northeast Gold Cup races. After sending in an application to host the event, Catamount BMX was selected by USA BMX to hold a Gold Cup qualifier on Saturday, July 9th.

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  3. Bennington College selected as one of 67 pilots for "Second Chance" Pell programRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Manchester Journal

    BENNINGTON >> Bennington College has been selected by the Department of Education to participate in a pilot program that will allow some incarcerated individuals to get a "Second Chance" at education. Bennington College was one of 67 post-secondary institutions chosen to participate in the Second Chance Pell pilot program, which will allowed qualified incarcerated people to receive Pell grants to pursue their education.

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  4. Thru-hiker injured on Appalachian Trail in WoodfordRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Manchester Journal

    WOODFORD >> A thru-hiker was airlifted to Albany Medical Center on Monday after injuring her leg on the Appalachian Trail in Woodford. Bennington Rescue Squad Executive Director Forest Weyen described the injuries of Kristen Breen, 46, as serious, but non-life-threatening.

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  5. PFOAS: June 29 meeting on water lines, testing and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | Manchester Journal

    The meeting will be held on June 29 at 5:30 p.m. at Bennington College's Center for the Advancement of Public Action Symposium. Bringing public water to Bennington and North Bennington residences and businesses with PFOA contaminated water supplies will cost an estimated $17 million, or $13.7 million and $3.2 million, respectively, according to two engineering reports under state review.

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  6. New nurses graduate from Vermont Technical CollegeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | Manchester Journal

    BENNINGTON >> Thanks to hard work, the support of their families and friends, and indomitable spirit, 16 graduates of Vermont Technical College's practical nursing program are now ready to take the next step in their careers. Their accomplishments were celebrated at the college's Southwest Region Commencement at the Bennington Center for the Arts on Friday morning.

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  7. Locals compete in Nordic CupRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | Manchester Journal

    BENNINGTON >> Scores of local soccer players competed in one of the biggest sporting events in the state of Vermont last weekend. The Nordic Cup brought in travel teams throughout New England and the Northeast, more than 250 strong, for the 19th year in a row.

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  8. College notesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 23 | Manchester Journal

    SUNY Canton, Canton, N.Y.: David P. Reedy, of Cambridge, N.Y., and Shaun A. Brownell, of Eagle Bridge, N.Y. Hamilton College, Clinton, N.Y.: Noah B. Lowenthal, of North Bennington, Gabriel C. Myerson, of Manchester Center, and Ianna M. Recco, of Hoosick, N.Y. University of Albany, Albany, N.Y.: Armand Bodnar, Lyndsey Brainerd, Kiley Merecki, and Hunter Peters of Cambridge, N.Y., and Maxwell McNeil of Buskirk, N.Y. University of Rhode Island, Kingston, R.I.: Gabriel J. Noel, and Dylan M. Krawczyk of Bennington, Haley Goepel and Eamon Walsh, of Manchester Center, Beau Doucette, of Wilmington, and Kinsey Elizabeth Boudreau of North Bennington Castleton University, Castleton: Haley Armstrong, Tyler Croff, and Josef Ralbovsky, of Bennington, Dustin Burnett, of Bondville, Daniel Cassidy, Heloisa Geralis, Nicole Leblanc-Dailey, and Samuel Nunnikhoven, of Manchester Center, Emily Bird of North ... (more)

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  9. Bennington College faculty mentors 25 studentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 23 | Manchester Journal

    Faculty and students walk on Bennington College campus at the Governor's Institute for Young Writers on Thursday in Bennington. NORTH BENNINGTON >> Bringing words to life with others who hold the same passion is what happened for the first time at Bennington College this week, at least for those not enrolled.

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  10. Four Corners North Homebrew Festival to return for second yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 21 | Manchester Journal

    BENNINGTON >> The second annual Four Corners North Homebrew Festival will return to Bennington the first weekend in August, bringing with it 60 different beers to taste, live music, and entertainment appropriate for the whole family. Visitors who pay $20 will be able to have unlimited samples of the home-brewed beers, and will be able to vote on the winners of the competition.

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  11. Town's tax sale nets Bennington $100KRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 23 | Manchester Journal

    BENNINGTON >> Nine properties were sold at the town's tax sale on Thursday, netting over $100,000 in delinquent payments and reducing the total amount owed by about 20 percent. A total of 17 properties were up for sale, according to Town Manager Stuart Hurd.

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  12. Dorr Oil sold to New Hampshire companyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 23 | Manchester Journal

    MANCHESTER >> The Dorr Oil Company, a well-known local business in Manchester, has been sold to a New Hampshire-based energy firm. A prepared statement from the financial company Rush Street Capital, which is based in Chicago, Ill.

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  13. OneCare launching care coordination software in four regionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 23 | Manchester Journal

    Vermont's largest accountable care organization is rolling out software that is expected to eventually help all doctors and hospitals in the state coordinate the care their patients receive. OneCare Vermont, owned by the University of Vermont Medical Center and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, will bring the technology, called Care Navigator, to four regions of the state by the end of June. 2 comments

  14. Storm cancel 2016 campaignRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 22 | Manchester Journal

    Southern Vermont Storm's Nate Sweet tries to make a tackle during a game last season at Mount Anthony. The Storm have canceled its season due to low participation.

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  15. Vt. and company remain in talks about paymentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 22 | Manchester Journal

    BENNINGTON >> The state and the company deemed potentially responsible for PFOA contamination are still in talks over how to pay connect impacted homes to public water, officials say. Officials with Gov. Peter Shumlin's office and the Department of Environmental Conservation met with Saint-Gobain Corporation representatives on Monday, according to Chuck Schwer, director of DEC's waste management and prevention division.

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  16. Four graduate from Vermont School for GirlsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 22 | Manchester Journal

    Student Angelina Robles, supervisor Ashley Bennett, and PAVE Executive Director Linda Campbell pose with some of the pillow pets that will be available for children in need. BENNINGTON >> The Vermont School for Girls celebrated the achievements of its students, both academic and charitable, during an end-of-the-year celebration on Wednesday.

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  17. "Hometown Storytellers" return to the Manchester Community LibraryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 22 | Manchester Journal

    Terry Tyler, Dave Quesnal and Bob Stannard are known for telling stories and will share some at the Manchester Community Library on June 30 at 7 p.m. MANCHESTER>> Bob Stannard doesn't let Terry Tyler get a word in when they're together, and with David Quesnel, they rarely behave. They also don't understand why people like them so much.

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  18. Dorset's Komline in mix at Vermont OpenRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 21 | Manchester Journal

    FAIRLEE >> Dorset's Casey Komline is nine shots behind after two rounds at the Vermont Open at the Lake Morey Golf Course. Komline shot 71 on Monday and Tuesday and sits at 2-over-par 142, putting him in a tie for 20th.

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  19. Woman indicted for using fraudulent information to secure over $1 million in mortgage loansRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 21 | Manchester Journal

    BENNINGTON >> Federal prosecutors have filed a three count indictment against a woman alleging that she falsified numerous documents with three different lending institutions to defraud them out of over $1 million. The indictment was filed against Alison Gu on June 16 in United States District Court District of Vermont and became unsealed on June 21. According to the document, Gu has a number of aliases, they being Alison Ling, Ally Koo, Ai J. Chen, Ai Jen Chen, Ai Chen, Jing Shao, Yijing Gu, Yijing Lin, and Alison Yi Gu.

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  20. Homebrew Festival to return for second yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 21 | Manchester Journal

    BENNINGTON >> The second annual Four Corners North Homebrew Festival will return to Bennington the first weekend in August, bringing with it 60 different beers to taste, live music, and entertainment appropriate for the whole family. Visitors who pay $20 will be able to have unlimited samples of the home-brewed beers, and will be able to vote on the winners of the competition.

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