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The snow gods have been good to some areas of northern New England this season, with total snowfall so far surpassing normal by several feet... [Read More]
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Wildlife management officials in Vermont and New York are holding public hearings next month on the status of waterfowl populations on Lake Champlain and proposed... [Read More]
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Let's face it. It can be hard to get outside during a Vermont winter to get some exercise and activity every day. The good news... [Read More]
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Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders is scheduled to meet with the finalists of a student essay contest in Vermont's capital city. The contest asks students to... [Read More]
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A Vermont grocery cooperative says it will not reopen following the announcement that the nearby Green Mountain College will close. The Rutland Herald reports the... [Read More]
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The snow gods have been good to some areas of northern New England this season, with total snowfall so far exceeding normal by several feet... [Read More]
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It's been a year since a 26-year-old Vermont man fell into the Inner Harbor and died, in almost exactly the same spot. [Read More]
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The Vermont Agency of Education has revoked the education license of a former Burlington High School guidance director charged with unprofessional conduct. The state hearing... [Read More]
There is a truism in the energy-efficiency world that the cheapest watt or Btu is the one you don't need to generate. The same holds... [Read More]
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Grammy-winning guitarist Ed Gerhard in concert. Join us for an unforgettable evening of guitar instrumentals by one of the world's top guitarists. Ed Gerhard has... [Read More]
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Concerns by business property owners over the flood zone regulations adopted several years ago led to a joint meeting Wednesday of the town's select board... [Read More]
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The numbers show that a lot of veterans are suffering, many in silence. [Read More]
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The Newport Rotary Club presented the "Rotary Ethics in Business Award" at last week's meeting to Beth and Dave Bouffard, owners of the Derby Village... [Read More]
Every Tuesday at the Jeudevine Library in Hardwick, children are welcome to play with a large collection of LEGOs from 3-5 p.m. Thursday afternoons kids... [Read More]
This summer, the Peacham Library, in partnership with the Peacham Historical Association, will undertake a storytelling and community-building project called "Peacham Landings" to gather and... [Read More]
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The primary impetus behind New Hampshire's Criminal Justice Reform and Economic Fairness Act of 2018 was simple — no one should have to sit in... [Read More]
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Roger Gosselin shares the view from the top of snowmobile Trail 120 in Jay during a break while grooming Thursday. (Courtesy Photo) [Read More]
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Five days after he was found dead in his St. Johnsbury home the criminal charges pending against a former daycare operator accused of molesting children... [Read More]
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The federal receiver in charge of Burke Mountain Resort, as well as its sister resort, Jay Peak, in the wake of the scandal that saw... [Read More]
It remains unclear whether a high school student suspected of planning a school shooting last month is still enrolled at Lyndon Institute. [Read More]
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