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A warrant was issued last week for a former College of St. Joseph student who missed two court dates related to allegations that she had... [Read More]
Motorists on Route 7 may have noticed something a little different as they drove by the Vermont State Fair this week: Horses. [Read More]
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Tags: Click - Danziger - view
In the wake of horrendous mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton, leading political figures are once again demanding sweeping measures of gun control. [Read More]
Most of us grew up associating special events with patron characters — Christmas and Santa Claus — loose change under our pillows and the Tooth... [Read More]
The NRA is half right about one thing. Guns don't kill people. But the NRA leaves out the second half of the truism, which is:... [Read More]
Tags: Faith God - guns - Young
Change, it has been said, is the only constant. Certainly, it's been around since before one-celled organisms began the long process whose current results we... [Read More]
Garren Poirier and Eric Lajeunesse played Saturday afternoon's Vermont Mid-Amateur semifinals like they couldn't wait to get to Sunday's finals. [Read More]
If you're interested in soil health, spend 15 minutes with Cat Buxton. She has several professional titles and affiliations, but "soil guru" would cover it. [Read More]
James Dente, 71, died Friday, Aug. 16, 2019, at The Pines at Rutland, after a brief illness. A full obituary will be published at a... [Read More]
Robert A. Holland January 9, 1957 - August 12, 2019 MANCHESTER, N.H. — Robert A. " Bobbie" Holland, 62, of Manchester, passed away unexpectedly on... [Read More]
If there's one place you'd expect to see a sandpiper, it's on the sand. However, there is one member of this family of shorebirds that... [Read More]
Have you ever noticed something bright yellow or orange on your bark mulch after a rain? You may notice that this blob actually has moved... [Read More]
Tags: movements - slime - mold
In the Wendy MacLeod comedy "Slow Food," a couple celebrating their anniversary simply cannot get their waiter to bring their food. Their frustration leads to... [Read More]
I have been the tearful mother, up alone in the dark, trying desperately to feed my newborn. I know the anxiety and frustration of a... [Read More]
The Vermont Agency of Transportation is planning to start a new transit program that will help residents in recovery get where they need to go... [Read More]
William H. Peryer RUTLAND — William H. Peryer, 84, died Aug. 15, 2019, at Mountain View Center. He was born Oct. 8, 1934, in Mendon,... [Read More]
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Town manager Paul Donaldson serves as the animal control officer, the town manager, zoning administrator and more for the town of Poultney, so it stands... [Read More]
Nine businesses, including a few local ski resorts, have been chosen for a pilot program that will set aside funds for energy efficiency projects. [Read More]
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