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VERMONT AGENCY OF TRANSPORTATION PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION FUNDING ANNOUNCEMENT The Vermont Agency of Transportation anticipates the availability of funding through State Revenue Fund Subsidy Assistance; Federal... [Read More]
NOTICE The Annual Meeting of the members of the Vermont Mutual Insurance Company for the election of directors and transaction of any other legal business... [Read More]
STATE OF VERMONT VERMONT SUPERIOR COURT ORANGE UNIT, CIVIL DIVISION DOCKET NO: 135-7-15 OECV JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION v. JUANITA M. HOYT A/K/A JUANITA... [Read More]
Betty R. Griffith WILLIAMSTOWN — Betty Rouleau Griffith, 82, a longtime Williamstown resident, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, March 20, 2019, at the Woodridge Nursing... [Read More]
After more than 60 years, College of St. Joseph, a small, independent college in Rutland, will cease teaching students at the end of the current... [Read More]
Berlin police are asking the public's help identifying a robbery suspect. [Read More]
The Norwich University men's tennis team swept the season series against Castleton for the first time since 2015 with a 8-1 victory at the Grand... [Read More]
Draft revisions to a decade-old ordinance designed to address perceived public nuisances associated with vacant buildings would add "blighted premises" and "abandoned property" to the... [Read More]
At Wednesday's meeting of the Mill River Unified Union School District board, parents and community members continued to demand answers regarding Superintendent David Younce's recent... [Read More]
Above, Spaulding boys lacrosse goalie Attilio Perantoni, center, and teammates warm up before practice Thursday at the school. Below, Misha Cambio, left, and Cellan Hogan... [Read More]
This week on Major Prelude & minor mishaps, Arts Editor Jim Lowe previews the weekend Vermont Arts section, which includes an exhibit by Big Heavy... [Read More]
A report commissioned by Downstreet Housing & Community Development found the state needs more housing for those in recovery. [Read More]
Police say a Barre Town man robbed a bank in Barre using a hammer. [Read More]
A report released this month about the health of the state's hospitals showed there is definitely cause for concerns. [Read More]
Gov. Phil Scott announces the results of a study Thursday in Barre commissioned by Downstreet Housing & Community Development that found a critical need for... [Read More]
Norwich University has received $7.3 million in federal contracts for its cybersecurity program. [Read More]
Suddenly, the sun is back and it's March. Bright, snow sparkling days are sweetened with maple sugaring, songs of migrating birds and spring skiing. March's... [Read More]
The fight for the "white table" is on at U-32 Middle and High School, and proponents of the status quo staffing of what all agree... [Read More]
Town of Northfield Notice of Hearing Development Review Board Thursday, March 28, 2019 7:00 PM – Municipal Offices 51 South Main Street Jenna Taylor and... [Read More]
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