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    Townshend double homicide suspect faces new charge

    02/10/2016 05:57 PM EST
    BRATTLEBORO >> A Townshend woman accused of killing two men in November 2014 is facing a new charge of aggravated murder. 
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    Bennington Select Board candidates participate in Q & A style forum
    02/10/2016 05:39 PM EST - BENNINGTON >> Five of the seven candidates running for three seats on the Select Board participated in a question and answer session Tuesday at Oldcastle Theatre. Full Story

    Pittsfield man arrested for drug possession in Bennington, Vt.
    02/10/2016 05:38 PM EST - BENNINGTON, VT >> A Pittsfield, Mass. man is being charged after police found a large sum of cash in his vehicle along with the drug Ketamine. Full Story

    Shelburne residents vow to fight rail project
    02/10/2016 05:18 PM EST - SHELBURNE >> Residents are incensed that Vermont Rail System cleared 19 acres of forest to make way for a planned rail spur and storage facility without seeking state and local approval. Full Story

    Brattleboro Union High School District 6 budget passes
    02/10/2016 02:14 PM EST - BRATTLEBORO >> A motion to add $12,000 to foreign language programming was defeated 52-75 on Tuesday night. Full Story

    Halifax budget sees no increase
    02/10/2016 12:27 PM EST - HALIFAX >> Some voters at annual Town Meeting may be disappointed with the lack of an article asking to repeal zoning regulations. Full Story

    'Rent' production delivers 'teachable moment' for Brattleboro students
    02/10/2016 10:03 AM EST - BRATTLEBORO — Honor roll student Christol Long may not be one to act up, "But I've always wanted to be in a musical.

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    Vt education board pushes for higher staffing
    02/10/2016 05:32 AM EST - MONTPELIER — The State Board of Education has stepped in to do what the education secretary won't or can't — ask for more staff — and the situation is resurrecting concerns about politics interfering with what's best for Vermont's schoolchildren. Full Story

    Lawmakers get review of Vermont's shrinking prison system
    02/10/2016 05:32 AM EST - MONTPELIER, VT. — The state of Vermont is starting to reap the benefits of sending fewer people to prison. Full Story

    Keene Medical to pay Vermont more than $460K in settlement
    02/10/2016 05:33 AM EST - MONTPELIER, VT. — The Vermont attorney general's office says Keene Medical Products, Inc. Full Story