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This Labor Day, the line of vehicles at the U.S. border from Quebec into Vermont stretched five lanes wide — each with a backlog of many dozen cars. The queue moved toward the Highgate Springs Station with the slow motion jerkiness of a … more
Sept. 1111:01: Vandalism complaint on Main St.12:32: Burglary alarm on Powderhorn Rd.14:26: Suspicious activity complaint on Beech St.15:05: Littering complaint on Union St.17:31: Suspicious activity complaint on Main St.18:43: Search warrant on … more
BENNINGTON — A judge has reduced bail for a man charged as a habitual offender after he allegedly stole over $1,000 worth of tools from a Manchester hardware store.Kenneth R. Armstrong, 40, was ordered held without bail at his arraignment last … more
Email calendar listings to news@manchesterjournal.com. We only accept events that are free to attend or benefit nonprofits or charitable causes. We prefer to receive submissions via email, and would like the information to be in plain text in the … more
BENNINGTON — A woman whom Manchester police were seeking in connection with a vehicle stolen from Pennsylvania is being held on $20,000 bail.Christine O. Powers, 51, was arrested Saturday, Sept. 16 after attempting to flee police officers in … more
MANCHESTER — Patti Fortuna-Stannard was just a little bit nervous. She kept checking her phone as the hours ticked past 10 a.m. on Tuesday, wondering when public television Italian cooking icon Mary Ann Esposito would be arriving at her … more
MANCHESTER — The exercise was nicknamed "Pinterest in the public interest." On Thursday, a Hampton Inn and Suites conference room full of area residents and urban planners from throughout Northern New England dove into the piles of photos, … more
MANCHESTER — For Danby's Smokey House Center, a farm partnership with the local Currier Memorial School seemed only natural.The center, which aims to maintain their extensive landscape while engaging the community, touts over 35 years of … more
MANCHESTER — Manchester residents took to the streets Sunday to protest the Trump administration's repeal of the Obama- era policy Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA.)The policy, instituted in 2012, provides temporary legal … more
Staff report ARLINGTON — Retired Vermont State Police Col. James Baker is spearheading a volunteer effort to encourage community engagement and address some of the issues facing the town. A public meeting is scheduled for noon on Friday, … more
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