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The Division I Mt. Mansfield boys basketball team flexed its muscles in the paint Tuesday, kicking off the Fran Pinard Holiday Tournament with a 64-53... [Read More]
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The girls basketball dynamics in Central Vermont have changed dramatically in the last 12 months and the bullseye on U-32's back keeps getting bigger. [Read More]
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A former Barre Town police officer is accused of obstructing justice. [Read More]
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A school board on the verge of seeing its role reduced, and eventually extinguished, prepared for a state-imposed merger Monday night. [Read More]
A judge has let convicted kidnapper and domestic abuser Harley Breer Jr.'s attorney withdraw from the case. [Read More]
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The following is a sampling information provided to the Times Argus representing calls to Barre City police in recent days. [Read More]
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The following is a sampling information provided to the Times Argus representing calls to Montpelier police in recent days. [Read More]
Students at East Montpelier Elementary School will begin the new year by reviving a flag-related tradition that was once a staple of every school day. [Read More]
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Lance D. DuBois GRANITEVILLE - Lance D. DuBois, 33, died Friday, Dec. 14, 2018, at his home. A full obituary will be published at a... [Read More]
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As part of the 21st annual Year of the Book Grant, 10 schools in Vermont and New Hampshire received $25,000 in money and resources from... [Read More]
Last week, Northfield Savings Bank hosted our annual Holiday Mixer. What a great event. [Read More]
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Officials are going with "Plan B" in Tyreke Morton's stabbing case. [Read More]
A Plainfield man has admitted to stabbing another man in the head with a fork and attacking a woman he was ordered to stay away... [Read More]
A ruptured water line serving a Berlin car dealership triggered a "boil water" notice that inconvenienced several Gallison Hill Road homeowners through the weekend and... [Read More]
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+1 Sarah Glueck powers through an uphill climb during the Women's Queen's Court Quarterfinals at the Craftsbury Outdoor Center on Sunday. Craftsbury hosted sprint... [Read More]
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