August 26, 2004 – Midday Report

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Top stories developing across the region at the noon hour:

Canada’s TD Bank Financial Group is taking a controlling stake in Banknorth, which has branches in Vermont; one of two Democratic candidates for lieutenant governor has won the endorsement of a prominent abortion rights organization; Governor Jim Douglas was at the offices of the Vermont Student Assistance Corporation this morning; former Dartmouth College President David McLaughlin has died at 72; police in Claremont, New Hampshire, have arrested a man in what they believe is a counterfeit money ring; this afternoon the state will release the results of a study of over-crowding in the Vermont prison system.

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