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The earliest projected date for completion is July 2020. [Read More]
The Burlington City Council moved ahead late Monday night with a contract to renovate City Hall Park. [Read More]
The Vermont Department of Taxes says it's continuing to improve its handling times for tax refunds. According to tax commissioner Kaj Samsom, they're ahead of... [Read More]
Intelligence-based policing has helped reduce crime in Massachusetts. [Read More]
A method of police work that's helped reduce crime in Massachusetts has come to Vermont. It's called intelligence-based policing. [Read More]
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The meeting went on uninterrupted. An investigation is ongoing. [Read More]
Ten police officers in Brattleboro responded to reports of a shooting at a school meeting, only to find nothing out of the ordinary. Police say... [Read More]
One of the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates is campaigning in New Hampshire this week. Two more are slated to be there this weekend, and a... [Read More]
A swimmer from Burlington will bring home at least two medals from the Special Olympics World Games. [Read More]
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Donations are still being counted for the largest fundraiser of the year for UVM Children's Hospital. [Read More]
Negotiators for the two sides agreed to a 16 percent average base salary increase over three years. [Read More]
After ten months of intense negotiations, UVM Medical Center and its nurses' union have reached a tentative agreement on a new, three-year contract. [Read More]
Ahoy, mateys! It's International Talk Like A Pirate Day, so pepper your speech with plenty of phrases like 'Land ho!' and 'Aye, aye, cap'n!'... [Read More]
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Since 2008, Vermont has lost 90 percent of its little brown bat population. [Read More]
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Vermont is getting federal money to continue researching white-nose syndrome among bats. [Read More]
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In this year's State of the State Address, Gov. Andrew Cuomo called it the No Student Goes Hungry prorgam. [Read More]
The FCC has eliminated rules that prevent internet providers from slowing down or blocking specific websites. [Read More]
The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission made a surprise trip to St. Johnsbury Wednesday afternoon following a visit to Springfield Wednesday morning. [Read More]
The bill gives investigators authority to go after abuses in home health care and other non-institutional settings. [Read More]
It used to be that when you talked about Medicaid services, you were talking about health care facilities. [Read More]
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