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RUTLAND and WINDHAM counties, Vt. — Voters, especially those in Rutland and Windham counties, will have a new opportunity to learn about where candidates stand... [Read More]
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Five years after it began beefing up its bicycling infrastructure, Killington Ski Resort is seeing a boom in the number of cyclists visiting its trails,... [Read More]
Health officials across Vermont are hoping parents and educators will learn that using e-cigarettes or Juul-ing can be dangerous for teenagers who might become... [Read More]
In Vermont, we like to believe we're safe from the real-world threats such as gun violence and mass shootings. We think those things can't happen... [Read More]
Vermont corrections officials hope to finalize a deal this week to move about 228 state inmates housed in Pennsylvania to a privately run prison in... [Read More]
Multiple defense attorneys are questioning the reliability of Vermont's way of testing drivers suspected to be under the influence of a substance... [Read More]
MONTPELIER -— The dangers of transporting nuclear waste through Vermont, by road and rail was the theme of a public protest in the Capital City... [Read More]
Flames consume the roof of a home in Lawrence, Mass, a suburb of Boston on Sept. 13 after a series of explosions from natural gas... [Read More]
A lawsuit filed against the town by its former administrator has been settled for $60,000. The Rutland Town Select Board announced the settlement after a... [Read More]
Vermont State Police barracks throughout Vermont are accepting "bump-fire stocks" from members of the public who want to turn them in before they become illegal... [Read More]
A former Vermont teacher accused of secretly taking cellphone photos up a student's skirt is now accused of taking similar photos of female... [Read More]
WINOOSKI— Voters in a Vermont city won't be casting ballots in November on an initiative that would have begun the process to allow non-citizens to... [Read More]
The Vermont Department for Children and Families plans to streamline the application process for its emergency housing program. DCF Deputy... [Read More]
For the third year, the NewStory Center in Rutland is hosting a conversation Oct. 3 at "Coffee and Conversation: Domestic Violence in Rutland County," a... [Read More]
Samantha Callahan scored a pair of goals as West Rutland stopped Black River 4-0 in Marble Valley League soccer Tuesday. Kiera Pipeling and Keanna... [Read More]
the Electoral College should be abolished. One person, one vote is how we settle every election except our one national election. And no, this... [Read More]
This article was originally published as an editorial in the Brattleboro Reformer and Bennington Banner. O n Monday, four student journalists at The Register,... [Read More]
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