Vermont Biz ... celebrate a successful merger outside of the Barre branch. The merger expands NorthCountry Federal Credit Union's branch network to 12 locations serving northern and central Vermont . “We are so pleased to have additional locations to...
The road was down to one lane through the accident area for several hours this evening but the road is now open. According to Vermont State Police, Jose Pagan, 38, was sleeping in the back of the RV when it braked hard as it merged with traffic into the...
A Barre woman accused of killing a father when she drove the wrong way down Interstate 89 will face a judge this afternoon. In July 2015, police say Karri Benoir crossed the median on the interstate and hit Brendon Cousino's car.
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The Bennington Charter Review Committee is considering a provision for removing Select Board members who are repeatedly absent from board meetings. Meeting this week, the committee also set dates for public hearings on the charter changes they are...
It affects those who live up above the valley floor of Main Street in the higher elevations and who lost water for a bit Wednesday. That includes Westwood Parkway, Palmisano Plaza, Bailey Street, Upper Prospect Street, Richardson Road and surrounding...
Veterans will be offered showers, food, clothing, and help claiming benefits at Vermont Stand down on Saturday in Barre. The event is named after the experience soldiers go through when they take a break to recharge during war.
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The Rutland Herald reports the Herald Association Inc. has agreed to sell three of its properties through an agreement with the Manchester-based firm Nathan Auction & Real Estate Inc. The Herald building, its rear warehouse and an adjacent parking lot...
Barre Supervisory Union Superintendent John Pandolfo tells The Times Argus both sides were able to reach an agreement after a mediation session Monday night. The settlement covers 125 paraeducators employed at schools in Barre and Barre Town, Spaulding...
In this Sept. 5, 2017 photo, David Blittersdorf, right, and Charlie Moore pose in Barre, Vt., in front of one of a dozen passenger rail cars Blittersdorf bought to try to jump-start a commuter rail system in Vermont.
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