“The proportion of crummy comments is higher here than in any other state,” according to Wired.com.
A three-count federal indictment alleges the couple submitted fraudulent mortgage loan and refinancing applications to five financial institutions between 2013 and 2015, totaling $1.06 million.
News Release — Phil Scott for Governor 2016 November 4, 2016 Media Contact: Ethan Latour [email protected] 802-595-3776 Paper’s editorial board credits Scott’s knowledge and understanding of the challenges Vermont faces Middlesex, Vt. – The Bennington Banner today endorsed Phil Scott for Governor, citing his understanding of how small businesses across industries work, and noting that this […]
Martin Langeveld has been named acting publisher.
It’s unclear who would pay for the upgrades to homes affected by the potentially harmful, man-made chemical — neither the state, the company believed to be responsible for the contamination, nor the municipalities have committed to the multi-million dollar infrastructure projects.
The sale includes the Brattleboro Reformer, the Bennington Banner, the Manchester Journal and The Berkshire Eagle in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. New owners say they’ll focus on local news.
Wilmington’s local tax rate went up 2 percent. But with the state’s education rate, residential rates were going up 14 percent and nonresidential rates 6 percent.
Digital First Media, the operator of the Bennington Banner, Brattleboro Reformer and Manchester Journal newspapers, announced Friday that it will “evaluate and consider strategic alternatives” that could lead to the sale of some or all of the company.
BENNINGTON — A Bennington man was shot after threatening officers with a knife at the Bennington Police Department on Tuesday night, state police said. Police say Gregory Filo, 42, entered the lobby of the police station at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday with a friend. According to a state police news release, a dispatcher saw Filo holding […]
Jim only had one pet peeve. He never wanted to be mentioned by name in a column. So now that he’s gone, I get to gush it on this page, finally.
For reasons hard to fathom even now, I declined offers from Universal Television to write scripts and from CBS to intern in the New York news department. What can I say? It was the ’60s.
When the Kents purchased the Arlington property, it came with a name of epic proportions, “Egypt,” in accord with the artist’s own larger than life personality.
Next, whatever you think of his “facts,” Mr. Keelan fulfilled his writer’s obligation by stating metaphorically not once, or twice, but three times that his “sources” weren’t “wholly reliable.”
And I still give gifts, but a few less, with the balance of my funds going to such charities. That’s a personal decision, and I can’t moralize it. It’s one man’s contribution, which doesn’t amount to much overall.