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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Alan English is stepping down as publisher of New England Newspapers Inc. to pursue public service in a new sector as head of communications for the Military Officers Association of America. New England Newspapers Inc. President Fredric D. Rutberg will become president and publisher of the company’s four news titles, The Berkshire Eagle, Bennington (Vt.) Banner, Brattleboro (Vt.) Reformer and Manchester (Vt.) Journal, along with its magazines and niche publications. more
MANCHESTER — Mike Donoghue can still remember the blue lights of countless police cruisers flashing through the flurries outside of Manchester's First Congregational Church 45 years ago. … more
Journal StaffMANCHESTER — After a dusting across the Northshire this weekend, a winter weather advisory has been issued for Bennington County beginning at 1 a.m. tomorrow morning and lasting … more
MANCHESTER — Manchester Elementary and Middle School co-principals Martin and Irene Nadler will be retiring on July 1 of this year, rather than remaining into 2019 as anticipated.In a letter … more
    A version of this article was originally published by The Bennington Banner on September 25. By Ed Damon, BENNINGTON — A new … more
MANCHESTER — Manchester reveled in its moment before the television cameras this week on Main Street, where crews for the ABC reality show "The Bachelor" filmed the opening segment for their … more
MANCHESTER — Many of us know individuals who work tirelessly to serve their community, some without recognition or accolades.Since 1989, the Town of Manchester has honored those individuals as … more
PAWLET — For local farmers Mike and Hadley Scott, working in harmony with the land and their livestock isn't just good agricultural ethics; it's the secret to a tasty pig.The couple, who have … more
MANCHESTER — Human trafficking is a pervasive problem across the globe, and Vermont is not immune according to local Representative Linda Joy Sullivan.Beyond her role in the Vermont Legislature … more
MANCHESTER — "Being under eighteen and starting a business is almost impossible," says Nick Price, founder of Panick Design Co., a company that sells custom hoodies and T-shirts with graphic … more
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