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MANCHESTER — While area chefs and hotel managers were disappointed that the Manchester Food & Wine Classic was canceled two days before it was to have begun, three of the festival's events are going forward as scheduled.A Saturday … more
MANCHESTER — As the early morning fog rolled down Mount Equinox, students gathered near the steps of Burr and Burton Academy's Riley Center at the mountain's base.Wednesday was the first day of school for these new students, primarily … more
MANCHESTER — Manchester author David Quesnel has traversed Vermont once by bike for his book "GrandPAW's Memoirs: Tour De Vermont 251," and now he plans to do it again by foot.This coming Monday, Quesnel will begin hiking the Long Trail from … more
MANCHESTER — The Manchester Food and Wine Classic, scheduled for this weekend in venues in Manchester and Stratton, has been canceled two days before it was to be held. A message on the event's website read as follows on Wednesday night:"We … more
STOCKBRIDGE, Mass. — Call it a lucky catch.A Texas family thought they had put a Norman Rockwell print up for consignment, but an alert auction house staffer had the work examined after noticing what appeared to be brush strokes and other … more
MANCHESTER — Manchester mothers are fed up with the opioid epidemic and the devastating impact it has had on many local families.A little over a month ago, a coalition of citizens banded together to form Fed Up Manchester. The grassroots group … more
BENNINGTON — The Vermont State Police will not take traffic safety lightly.This emphasis follows seven fatalities on Vermont roads on Aug. 7. In response, state police will be focusing more heavily on issues including speed, driving under the … more
MANCHESTER -- Every Thursday at 2 p.m. for the past 30-plus years, Gail Rice has visited Equinox Terrace Assisted Living to read for the residents. The former director of the Mark Skinner Library (now the Manchester Community Library), Rice says she … more
LONDONDERRY — Vermont's Natural Resources Board has approved a permit authorizing multiple facilities projects contained in Magic Mountain's capital improvement plan, expected to total approximately $2 million over five years. The ski area was … more
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