A Vermont “state of the state” legislative forum was held at Burr & Burton Academy in Manchester last week; it provided grist for some of the best, common-sense angles of attack to our state’s many problems I’ve heard in years. more



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MANCHESTER | A community discussion about race issues in Vermont was held at Burr and Burton Academy (BBA), a private high school located in Manchester, Oct. 18. more

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MANCHESTER — Few states can boast beautiful mountaintop vistas which you can drive to in the comfort of your own automobile. more

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It’s necessary to be an informed, engaged member of society -- but it’s also necessary to keep the weight of the world from landing on your shoulders. A balance needs to be struck. more

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MIDDLEBURY — Manchester and surrounding communities played host to guest of the first United Nations (U.N) meeting to ever take place in Vermont: the “United Nations Retreat on Sustainable and Resilient Communities.” more

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Tax, tax, tax; when will Vermont politicians stop talking about taxing the people? more

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The Rainbow Family of Moving Light has been described by some observers as one the most desultory families on planet Earth. more

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Bennington Area Habitat for Humanity continues its search for a family to own the next home that will be built on Jennifer Lane in Manchester. more

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