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The other sweet science

These 3 Southern Vermont shops will tempt you with distinct treats that dare to go beyond mere maple (but they have maple stuff, too) By Gena MangiarattiVermont Country When we think of sweet things in Vermont, we tend to think of maple

Dead or alive?

County was stumped by mysterious disappearance and presumed slaying of Russell Colvin by the brothers Boorn By Lex MerrellVermont Country MANCHESTER — Two brothers, Stephen and Jesse Boorn, grew up in Manchester in humble circumstances and supported their families with hard labor.  

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All along the ridgeline

What draws hikers to trek the Long and Appalachian trails By Jim TherrienVermont Country BENNINGTON — Most people are at least vaguely aware that backpack-laden hikers are often trekking past us on the high ridgelines of the Appalachian and Long trails through

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Of greens, tees and speed

Stratton Mountain Resort delivers downhill mountain biking, golf adventures, more for all abilities STRATTON — It’s never easy being all things to all people.  That said, Stratton Mountain Resort somehow makes it look easy, appealing to visitors and outdoor recreation enthusiasts for

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Bennington Community Market freshening up downtown

$300,000 still needed in fundraising effort for fledgling grocery, bakery, event space By Isabel WissnerVermont Country BENNINGTON — A new Bennington Community Market aims to support local farmers while increasing the accessibility of fresh produce and goods to the region.  Aila West,

Reimagine the past

Take a trip down Main Street, USA, in Bennington and Putney and find colonial, industrial roots By Cicely M. EastmanVermont Country correspondent Colonnades of knobby maples straddling stone walls overgrown with ferns. Abandoned barns falling into disrepair along country roadsides. These are

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