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Bennington, VT 05201
(802) 447-7567
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Local NEWS Headlines from the Bennington Banner

  • 19 June 2021: Pawlet holds DRB hearing over Slate Ridge permit appeal - - Atom Results in local-news of type article
    PAWLET — Daniel Banyai told the Pawlet Development Review Board that a proposed storage building he’s wanting to build would be new construction and is not for a current building on his Slate Ridge property.
  • 18 June 2021: Pick your own strawberries - - Atom Results in local-news of type article
  • 18 June 2021: Recovery coach supervisor named new head of Bennington Turning Point Center - - Atom Results in local-news of type article
    BENNINGTON — The Bennington recovery center has chosen its supervising recovery coach to become the center’s new executive director.
  • 18 June 2021: Brattleboro teen takes on the Appalachian Trail - - Atom Results in local-news of type article
    BRATTLEBORO — Hazel Wagner took a short break from hiking the Appalachian Trail, where she’s snapping photos and recording for podcasts to share her adventures, to attend graduation from Brattleboro Union High School on Friday.
  • 18 June 2021: State sets meetings on water quality plan for Battenkill, Hoosic and Walloomsac waterways - - Atom Results in local-news of type article
    MONTPELIER — The draft of a plan to assess and improve the health of the Batten Kill, Hoosic, and Walloomsac watersheds is available for public comment, the state Department of Environmental Conservation has announced.
  • 18 June 2021: Many small vaccine clinics helped Vermont reach 80% goal - - Atom Results in local-news of type article
    WATERBURY — A small, walk-in vaccination clinic held in Waterbury on Thursday is one of the reasons Vermont was able to be the first state in the country to give at least one COVID-19 vaccination shot to 80% of the eligible population.


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