09/26/2016 10:57 AM EDT - BOSTON >> A Salem man convicted of killing an Army veteran during a confrontation in Boston's Theater District 4 ½ years ago faces sentencing.   Full Story
 
Weymouth police shoot knife-wielding woman
09/26/2016 10:55 AM EDT - WEYMOUTH, MASS. >> Police in Weymouth have shot a woman they say walked toward an officer with a knife and refused orders to drop it. Full Story

Collin Binkley — The Associated Press
09/26/2016 05:24 AM EDT - CAMBRIDGE — Once a month in the summer, a small parking lot on the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's campus transforms into a high-tech flea market known for its outlandish offerings.   Full Story
 
Scenes from Ted Kennedy movie 'Chappaquiddick' filmed in Mass. city
09/26/2016 05:34 AM EDT - NEWBURYPORT — Automobiles from the 1960s lined several thoroughfares in Newburyport, and modern-day cars were slowed on Green and High streets as scenes from the upcoming "Chappaquiddick" were filmed here. Full Story

09/24/2016 05:31 PM EDT - BOSTON >> When voters head to the polls in November, supporters of a pro-farm animal ballot question want them to have one question in their minds: What would it feel like to spend their entire lives without enough room to stand up, turn around, stretch their arms and legs and lay down again.   Full Story
 
 
09/26/2016 11:22 AM EDT - BOSTON >> The U.S. Coast Guard says one of two Connecticut boaters who had been missing for a week after leaving a Rhode Island marina was found alive, drifting on an inflatable life raft off the coast of Massachusetts. Nathan Carman, 22, and his mother, 54-year-old Linda Carman, of Middletown, disappeared Sept.   Full Story
 
2016 Walk to End Alzheimer's Disease raises $10,000 for prevention and treatment
09/26/2016 06:13 AM EDT - BENNINGTON — Roughly 100 participants walked two miles and raised more than $10,000 Sunday to help fight Alzheimer's disease. The Vermont Alzheimer's Association hosted its annual Walk to End Alzheimer's at Willow Park. Mary Thon, Alzheimer's Association development specialist talked about how she lost her mother to the disease at age 67.

Photo Gallery | 2016 Walk to End Alzheimer's Disease at Willow Park Full Story

Makayla McGeeney — Bennington Banner
09/26/2016 06:16 AM EDT - BENNINGTON — Vintage recipes, photos, newspaper clippings and stories was the center of the Second Congregational Church's 180th birthday celebration on Sunday. The worship service consisted of four "Grasshopper Tales" — five-minute stories similar to ones told on Moth Radio — that shared the history of the church.   Full Story
 
Carbone Automotive Group acquired by national auto dealership network
09/26/2016 06:06 AM EDT - BENNINGTON, VT. — Acquisition of the Carbone Automotive Group by one of the nation's largest dealership networks, Oregon-based Lithia Motors, means that changes are on the way — but they'll be positive ones, a company spokesman said. Tom Dobry said Lithia Motors, a Fortune 500 listed company with 150 dealerships and about 10,000 employees around the U. Full Story

Derek Carson — Bennington Banner
09/25/2016 02:08 PM EDT - BENNINGTON >> Bennington Elementary was one of five Vermont schools this year to receive a Year of the Book grant from the Children's Literacy Foundation. In order to celebrate the $25,000 grant, CLiF's founder and executive director, Duncan McDougall, visiting the school on Friday, sharing stories about reading with students, and letting every child in the school pick their first book   Full Story
 
 
09/26/2016 11:22 AM EDT - BOSTON >> The U.S. Coast Guard says one of two Connecticut boaters who had been missing for a week after leaving a Rhode Island marina was found alive, drifting on an inflatable life raft off the coast of Massachusetts.   Full Story
 
Vermont Yankee, state emergency plan kept but reduced
09/26/2016 06:28 AM EDT - BRATTLEBORO — As decommissioning at the closed nuclear plant Vermont Yankee continues, emergency planning slims down. Full Story

09/26/2016 06:28 AM EDT - BRATTLEBORO — New measures to expand pedestrian safety will be coming sooner rather than later.   Full Story
 
Vermont Governor candidates differ on future of Health Connect
09/26/2016 06:29 AM EDT - MANCHESTER — The two leading candidates for governor decried the unsustainable cost of health care Friday and agreed that reforms to the payment system for hospitals and doctors must continue. Full Story

Kristopher Radder — Reformer Staff
09/26/2016 06:29 AM EDT - BRATTLEBORO — Community members rallied together at the side of some of Vermont's rivers, but not for a September dip in the water, rather to ensure the watersheds are clean.   Full Story
 
 
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Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston split up

Taylor Swift decides Tom Hiddleston isn’t the one after all and hands him his walking papers.