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MOSCOW Sliding across the rain-soaked turf holding the World Cup trophy tight, teenager Kylian Mbappe and the rest of Frances players acted like the youthful bunch they are. Nothing, not a Pussy Riot protest nor a postgame downpour that soaked Russian President Vladimir Putin, was going to stop the party. The 19-year-old Mbappe became only the second teen after 
WATERBURY The threat of rain didnt stop people from attending the annual Waterbury Arts Fest this weekend. The two-day street fair started with a block party kickoff event Friday and features entertainment and artwork from talented area performers and artists. It also serves as the main fundraiser for the Revitalizing Waterbury initiative, according to the event website.
MONTPELIER Festival goers descended on the National Life Group lawn in Montpelier Saturday for the organizations annual Do Good Fest to benefit cancer research. The event brings together the best of what Vermont has to offer with national touring acts. Thousands of attendees have made their way to the financial service organizations lawn since the event started four 
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The Barre Town Planning Commission meeting for July 18, 2018 has been postponed and rescheduled for July 25, 2018 at7:00pm at the Barre Town Municipal building, 149 Websterville Road, Websterville, VT.
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There will be a meeting of the Barre Supervisory Union Board on July 19, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. in the Spaulding HIgh School Library.
BERLIN Police want to hear from anyone who may have witnessed an alleged assault that took place Thursday morning in Berlin. According to Berlin Police Sgt. Chad Bassette, the driver of a blue Volkswagen Golf (1999-2004 model years) allegedly assaulted another motorist around 8 a.
Mary Moran has joined the board of directors of the J. Warren & Lois McClure Foundation, a supporting organization of the Vermont Community Foundation. Moran has served the Rutland City Public Schools since 1996, first as assistant superintendent and, since March 2000, as superintendent of education.
SOUTH BURLINGTON At its 31st Summer Membership Meeting, held at Sugarbush Resort, the Vermont Business Roundtable elected five new members to the organization: Dan Bennett, CEO of Gifford Health Care; Phelan Fretz, executive director of ECHO Leahy Center; Sarah Morris, fifth generation host at Basin Harbor Resort & Boat Club; Premila Peters, president and CEO of Data Innovations; and 
BERLIN Laura Pierce has joined the board of directors of the Vermont Futures Project. She is senior director of information services at Rutland Regional Medical Center. I first learned about the Vermont Futures Project while attending the Vermont Young Professionals Summit and was immediately impressed by the vision and research-based approach of the organization.
NORTHFIELD Norwich University has appointed John Hart as director of the Sullivan Museum and History Center. Hart has worked in the museum field for 15 years, most recently as museum registrar for the Sullivan Museum, where he organized the collection of over 15,000 objects and undertook one of the first major inventories of the collection in the history of 
WESTON Attending Weston Playhouse's West Side Story isn't so much watching it as living it. Leonard Bernstein's brilliant score, and Arthur Laurents and Stephen Sondheim's updating of Romeo and Juliet come to life, and the legendary Jerome Robbins' dance is practically in your lap. At Friday's opening night performance at the historic 300-seat theater, the performance was brilliant, entertaining 
ROYALTON A Randolph man was arrested Friday night for allegedly driving under the influence in Royalton. Vermont State Police stopped Kyle A. Manning-Townsend, 21, on Route 107 around 9:30 p.
WATERBURY Police are seeking information regarding a reported car burglary that took place early Friday morning. According to Vermont State Police, money and a pack of cigarettes were reported stolen from a vehicle on High Street in Waterbury. Police said the burglary took place sometime between midnight and 4 a.
BURLINGTON Nurses at Vermonts largest hospital are back on the job after a two-day strike. The strike of 1,800 nurses from the University of Vermont Medical Center ended at 7 a.m.
(Editors note: This is the first in a series of articles on domestic violence in Vermont.) Its not what you see, its what you dont see. And in Vermont, what we dont see is causing a reported 50 percent of all homicides in the state: domestic violence.
Private schools, a New England country home and socializing with the likes of President John F. Kennedy and family this is what it's like to grow up as the child of famed composer and musician Leonard Bernstein. The maestro's eldest daughter, Jamie Bernstein, has written a new memoir about her experience coming of age with her arguably eccentric and