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Bennington eatery boosts locally grown fare
February 5th, 2005
Izabella's Eatery owners Renny Beal and Jennifer Crawford-Beal believe they've brought more than a menu to their 351 Main St. restaurant
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The Advocate's Vermont Notes
February 5th, 2005
The Maple Street School will hold a skate benefit to raise money for tsunami victims at Riley Rink on Saturday, Feb. 5, from 7 to 9 p.m.
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Young Wyatt gets in step
January 31st, 2005
A first step launches most journeys, but for 6-year-old Wyatt Coniglio, a first-time overseas voyage could enhance his ability to walk
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Canavan lands Bennington post
January 20th, 2005
Armed with excitement and experience, James L. Canavan Jr. of North Adams, Mass., said Tuesday that he is eager to tackle the tasks associated with his new job as the Bennington-based Regional Affordable Housing Corp.’s executive director
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Looking forward at age 70-plus
January 17th, 2005
Age might catch up with 72-year-old Janice Farinon of Stamford or 70-year-old George Babcock of Bennington, if only the two would slow down
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The Mystery Shopper — Vermont
January 14th, 2005
Holiday shopping for a blended and extended family of varied age, interest and gender generally offers only two likely outcomes
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Bennington career center opens new world
January 14th, 2005
Armed with an evolving curriculum and a fierce desire to attract new students, Southwest Vermont Career Development Center officials are thrusting the 321 Park St. facility into a public spotlight
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New hours at Bennington Museum
January 14th, 2005
The Bennington Museum announces new open hours for 2005. The Museum will be closed to visitors on Wednesdays
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Bennington career center opens new world
January 14th, 2005
Armed with an evolving curriculum and a fierce desire to attract new students, Southwest Vermont Career Development Center officials are thrusting the 321 Park St. facility into a public spotlight
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Knapp’s making beautiful music
December 6th, 2004
Knapp's Pets, Hobbies and Music supply store re-opened on Friday at its newly renovated 198 North St. site
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Vermont country store thinking big
November 19th, 2004
A company known for bringing products from the past to customers of the present is planning to bring jobs to the town's future.
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Racetrack plan moving at slow gallop
November 16th, 2004
Success may finally be prancing at the Green Mountain Race Track starting gate
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Bennington has new Chamber director
November 12th, 2004
Joann Erenhouse of Pownal sees bright future ahead.
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Bennington Museum Events Calendar
November 12th, 2004
2004 Events and Exhibitions at the Bennington Museum
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Southern Vermont shoulders road work
October 23rd, 2004
Bennington may have part of a bypass completed, but state and local officials say projects just as important in many ways have been completed or are about to be completed in town and in nearby communities
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Oldcastle takes huge step forward
October 14th, 2004
For a year of increased political awareness, the region’s 2004 theater season offered few productions that dealt significantly with current socio-political concerns
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Local farmer bags potential state-record bear
October 8th, 2004
POWNAL, Vt. — With a single bow shot, local farmer Michael Darling brought down a 443-pound black bear this week that may set a state record
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Film fest called 'most striking yet'
October 8th, 2004
The Williamstown Film Festival’s sixth season in the Berkshires will run from Oct. 22-31 and will include many premieres, 27 shorts and special guest Alec Baldwin
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Racial slur launches Williams controversy
September 24th, 2004
The voicing of a racial slur in a Williams College art department meeting in May — an incident disclosed by college officials only last week
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Bennington offers Battle Week and a lot more
August 13th, 2004
While the town and surroundings will burst into life the upcoming “Battle Day Week,” Better Bennington Corp. and the Bennington Area Chamber of Commerce are encouraging visitors to come to region year-round
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Advocate: Vermont Notes
August 13th, 2004
Scores of organizations have joined the Bennington Fire Department in providing the most extensive Bennington Battle Day celebration ever
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Oldcastle cast shines in weak Simon comedy
August 13th, 2004
Oldcastle seems to have a penchant for producing lesser efforts by Neil Simon
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Northern Berkshire Notes
July 1st, 2004
Hopkins Observatory at Williams College's has announced a continuation of its spring astronomy show, “Mars: Planet of Spirit and Opportunity.”
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King at 97, still quick with a quip or a sermon
July 1st, 2004
A crown of glory may beckon in the future, but for now, the Rev. Isabel King can content herself with plaudits and praise
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Oldcastle to stage "The Novelist"
July 1st, 2004
Oldcastle Theatre Company in residence at the Bennington Center for the Natural and Cultural Arts, will continue its 2004 season with Howard Fast’s “The Novelist” on Friday, July 9, at 8 p.m.
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Vermont gov hosts Russian leader
July 1st, 2004
Governor Jim Douglas today hosted President Sergei Katanandov of the Russian Republic of Karelia at a sister-state summit
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Vermont notes
June 8th, 2004
A presentation at the Pownal library to commemorate the 60th anniversary of D-Day will feature a lecture by area resident Bruce Bird
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Stamford — the little school that could
June 8th, 2004
The recent Gold Medallion winner shows the importance of community and high expectations.
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Vermont notes
February 12th, 2004
Phyllis Chapman, director of education at the Bennington Museum, will give a lecture and slide presentation “From Ash Can to Soup Can: American Art in the 20th Century”
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Vermonters urged to enroll in college investment plan
February 12th, 2004
Citing the importance of higher education to the well-being of Vermont's residents and the strength of its economy, Gov. James Douglas and the Legislature are urging parents to enroll in the state's "529" college savings plan.
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