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MANCHESTER — The empty storefronts in Downtown Manchester have begun to come alive with pop-up art installations, as part of this summer's ART Manchester Initiative organized by the Southern Vermont Arts Center (SVAC), Manchester Life … more
BERLIN — The Vermont Board of Libraries has delayed a recommendation on whether to rename The Dorothy Canfield Fisher Book Award following an impassioned debate on the author's legacy Tuesday. more
MANCHESTER — The Manchester Community Library is dedicated to motivating kids and teens to read for fun, and help prevent learning loss while school is out, through their annual Summer Reading Program.From June 17 to August 19, kids of all … more
MANCHESTER — A happy crowd filed into Dana L. Thompson Memorial Park under picture-perfect blue skies on Tuesday afternoon. No one left until it was dark and the air was full of embers and smoke from the town's annual Independence Day … more
MANCHESTER — By chisel and a mallet, pieces of grey slate were transformed Saturday into works of art. Sculptor Kerry O. Furlani taught an interactive slate letter carving class at the Hay Madeira Education Center at the Southern Vermont Arts … more
MANCHESTER — The Manchester Rescue Squad and the town could have an agreement for a new lease reflecting the nonprofit ambulance service's new government structure when the Manchester Select Board next meets. The board discussed part of the … more
ARLINGTON — For Rev. Mark A. Thompson, his new appointment at St. James' Episcopal Church in Arlington is a homecoming of sorts. Thompson, 55, is no stranger to the area, as his mother has been a long-time resident of Newport, Vermont and his … more
MANCHESTER — It's been 30 years since Dr. Albert Levis, a psychiatrist with a keen insight into how mythology, creativity and religion all intersect in the resolution of internal and external conflict, had a romantic dinner with his late wife … more
Secretary of State Jim Condos has stepped up his rebuff of the Trump administration, saying he won't comply — for now — with the demand that secretaries of state nationwide provide voter information to a federal commission investigating … more
A group of neighbors was too late to challenge a decision that paved the way for a therapeutic residential facility to open in Danby, the Vermont Supreme Court ruled.The decision handed down Friday by the state's highest court dealt with the … more
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