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  1. Road work for the week of Sept. 17Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 16 | The Bennington Banner

    The final paving of Routes 7 and 9 is expected to begin this week, and motorists are urged to continue using caution and expect delays. Other road projects and PFOA water line extension work are also set to continue next week, causing some more road closures and one-lane traffic for Bennington.

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  2. Religion News in BriefRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 14 | The Bennington Banner

    Sunday BENNINGTON Honoring the Spirit of Place at the UUFB Sunday's service at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, led by Susan Beal and David Pearson, will consider how partnering with the spirit of place can bring peace and healing to us as individuals and to the larger environment of which we are a part. Hymns for the service will include "My Life Flows On In Endless Song" and "Spirit of Life."

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  3. MAUHS 1968 graduates remember concerns, hopesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 11 | The Bennington Banner

    As juniors in high school in 1967, Linda Oslizlo and Mary Dermody got the shock of their school careers. Bennington Catholic High School was closing - they were going to attend the new Mount Anthony Union High School for their senior year, along with Bennington High School and North Bennington High School students.

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  4. Roadwork for the week of Sept. 10Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 9 | The Bennington Banner

    Work continues this week on the VTrans-directed resurfacing of Routes 7, 9, 67 and 67A, and the scheduled replacement of the rail crossing on Route 67 in North Bennington. The following information is provided by the Bennington Department of Public Works.

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  5. Funding progress touted for Putnam projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 9 | The Bennington Banner

    A design of the four-acre Putnum Block site in downtown Bennington as envisioned after a proposed $53 million redevelopment project planned by Bennington Redevelopment Group, a local consortium of organizations, businesses and private investors. The former H. Greenberg & Son hardware store and lumber yard buildings are slated for demolition as part of the $53 million Putnam Block project in downtown Bennington and bids for the work are being sought.

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  6. Religion News in BriefRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 7 | The Bennington Banner

    Today NORTH BENNINGTON Second Saturday Community Dinner The North Bennington Baptist Church is hosting their Second Saturday Community Dinner this month on Saturday, Sept. 8, from 5 to 6 p.m. in the church social hall on Church Street.

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  7. Students welcome first day of school with an alpacaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 5 | The Bennington Banner

    Temperatures reaching almost into the 90s couldn't keep kids and their families from the novelty of the day Wednesday - a young alpaca, ready for petting. "We figured this would be quite a draw for parents and kids - to come see an alpaca," said Jennie Rozycki, library director of the John G. McCullough Library.

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  8. School officials grapple with draft articlesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 29 | The Bennington Banner

    Same concerns, different document. That's how some local district board members of the Southwest Vermont Supervisory Union described their thoughts about recently-released draft default Articles of Agreement from the Agency of Education, which, if adopted, would govern how school districts will function under upcoming mergers implemented through Act 46. The draft articles could be changed, as the state Board of Education will issue a final statewide plan in connection with Act 46 by Nov. 30. Under the draft articles, released Aug. 22, each town in merged districts would have two seats on the new union district board - no matter the size of the town.

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  9. BPD Bicycle Patrol Unit allows police visibility, community interactionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 27 | The Bennington Banner

    While the Bennington Police Department's police bikes are stealthier than cruisers and better on gas mileage, those aren't the main reasons BPD resurrected its Bicycle Patrol Unit program. The bikes also help police interact more with their community.

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  10. Church shines light on environment, communityRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 26 | The Bennington Banner

    Southern Vermont Natural History Museum assistant director Michael Clough points to the enormous ears on a barred owl during the Vermont Wildlife breakout session at the fourth annual Sun and Fun Festival on Saturday. North Bennington resident Brian Murphy, his daughters Gemma, 3, and Gia, 6, and his wife, Nadia Lucchin, all pet a corn snake during Southern Vermont Natural History Museum assistant director Michael Clough's presentation at the Sun and Fun Festival at Bennington Second Congregational Church Saturday.

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  11. VTrans officials discuss propane car storage, highway projectsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 26 | The Bennington Banner

    The answers weren't always what residents wanted to hear, but top state transportation officials fielded questions for about two hours here on a range of topics - from parked rail tanker cars with propane to roundabouts to bike path development. The issue that prompted local lawmakers to request a visit from VTrans officials - winter storage of rail tankers holding propane on an unused spur line that passes close to some homes - remains highly controversial.

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  12. Hydro facility shut down after drilling accidentRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 23 | The Bennington Banner

    Air bubbles churn up from beneath the Walloomsac River in early May, apparently resulting from an air drilling operation under the Paper Mill covered bridge and just upstream from Vermont Tissue Paper mill dam and Bill Scully's hydroelectric facility. Sediment churned up from the river bottom has prevented a restart of the facility since that time, while the town, contractors involved and the state talk about how to deal with the silt and who will pay for the work.

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  13. Camp Danger lets kids be kidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 17, 2018 | The Bennington Banner

    Keller Cullinane, 8, tears apart a old computer monitor to see how it works during Camp Danger at the Vermont Arts Exchange on Friday afternoon in North Bennington. Matthew Perry helps Benjamin Antin, 7, with a project during Camp Danger at the Vermont Arts Exchange on Friday afternoon in North Bennington.

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  14. To head off mergers, some communities consider shuttering schoolsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 15, 2018 | The Bennington Banner

    Even in the mid-afternoon, voters arrived at a steady clip at the Groton Community Building on Tuesday to cast their ballots. But by most accounts, no particular candidate in the state's primary - which typically sees dismal turnout statewide - animated the town's voters to come out at above-average rates.

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  15. Transportation officials to visit Bennington, attend public sessionRead the original story

    Aug 13, 2018 | The Bennington Banner

    Area residents will have the chance to weigh in on local transportation needs and voice their concerns during a meeting next week at Bennington College. Sen. Brian Campion, D-Bennington, said Monday that top Agency of Transportation officials will attend an informational meeting on Thursday, Aug. 23, at the Center for the Advancement of Public Action at the college.

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  16. Voters head to polls in high-interest primary electionRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 13, 2018 | The Bennington Banner

    Bennington County voters are making their way to the polls today, part of an election cycle some officials said was marked by increased voter interest. "I think it's been a pretty active election season so far," said Cassandra Barbeau, Bennington town clerk.

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  17. Body of drowning victim, 24, recovered from Lake ParanRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 8, 2018 | The Bennington Banner

    Searchers with the Bennington County Sheriff's Department and the Bennington Police Department look for the body of a man who drowned on Tuesday evening at Lake Paran in North Bennington. Search boats with the North Bennington Fire Department, the Bennington Fire Department and the Bennington Rural Fire Department searched the waters of Lake Paran in North Bennington on Tuesday evening to try to locate a man who went missing while swimming at the lake.

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  18. College research finds PFOA spread over wider areaRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 2, 2018 | The Bennington Banner

    Environmental officials say a report prepared by Bennington College faculty members lends support to their view that former ChemFab Corp. factories here were the principal contributor to widespread PFOA contamination of soils and private wells. The conclusions in the research report "didn't come as a surprise to me," said Peter Walke, deputy secretary of the state Agency of Natural Resources.

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  19. David Bond, Janet Foley & Tim Schroeder: New research suggests PFOA...Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 2, 2018 | The Bennington Banner

    How far did airborne emissions of PFOA travel once they left the stacks at the ChemFab facility in North Bennington? Small fortunes now ride on this simple question, as do the hopes of many families desperate to secure clean drinking water for their homes in Shaftsbury and Bennington. The company line is clear.

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  20. PFOA blood testing offered to Bennington, North Bennington residentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 31, 2018 | The Bennington Banner

    The Vermont Department of Health will be providing for blood tests for some people who may have been affected by PFOA contamination of drinking water in Bennington and North Bennington, but who have not been previously tested for PFOA levels in their blood. The Vermont Legislature has made funding available for this effort.

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