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Vermont State Police say a motorist armed with a muzzleloader pistol and knives was arrested after a high-speed chase through several towns. [Read More]
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A Vermont college has succeeded in preserving about 130 acres of forestland. The Brattleboro Reformer reports a portion of Marlboro College's woodland property was designated... [Read More]
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A Vermont lawmaker is proposing a land parcel fee to supplement funding for water quality projects. Vermont Public Radio reports Democratic Natural Resources Chair Sen.... [Read More]
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Vermont Republican Gov. Phil Scott says he doesn't believe the U.S. Justice Department has done its homework by asking the state if it is complying... [Read More]
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A new homeless shelter has opened for the winter in Vermont's capital city. About 20 beds will be available at Bethany Church in Montpelier as... [Read More]
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Prosecutors say a Vermont high school student charged with sending death threats to fellow students, teachers and staff has been "kicked out" of a required... [Read More]
According to the FBI, the number of reported hate crimes in Vermont rose last year. The FBI report released Monday shows hate crimes increased from... [Read More]
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Gov. Phil Scott and Treasurer Beth Pearce are going to be discussing ways to improve the delivery of personal finance resources to the state's residents.... [Read More]
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A Vermont woman who shot and killed a state social worker and three relatives as revenge for losing custody of her then 9-year-old daughter was... [Read More]
Robert Gensburg, a lawyer who successfully challenged the way schools are funded in Vermont and brought about sweeping reform, has died. He was 78. The... [Read More]
John Roberts, of the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, says he spotted the four bobcats from the window of his office in Williston Tuesday. [Read More]
An old dam in Vermont has finally been removed after years of preparation, and residents of East Burke plan to celebrate the occasion. Officials say... [Read More]
The head of the Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife says an amateur video of four bobcats frolicking in a suburban neighborhood shows that the... [Read More]
Gov. Phil Scott has hired the Republican minority leader in the state Senate to work on expanding Vermont's workforce. Sen. Dustin Degree will leave his... [Read More]
A New Hampshire driver has been killed after his car struck a guardrail on Interstate 91 in Vermont. Thirty-one-year-old Matthew Calder, of Winchester, New Hampshire,... [Read More]
Burlington officials have formed a committee to determine how to vote on a buyer for the city's Burlington Telecom utility following a failed joint venture... [Read More]
The property owner of the former Burlington Town Center says the old mall's garage will close in late December. Developer Don Sinex tells the Burlington... [Read More]
Some traditional organic farmers say allowing hydroponic farms to be certified organic is watering down the integrity of the $16 billion U.S. organic produce industry. [Read More]
Vermont towns are concerned about the costs of upgrading roadways to meet clean water regulations. Vermont Public Radio reports the state's clean water law requires... [Read More]
A Vermont electric cooperative is blaming the state for a $64,000 spike in its property taxes after new guidelines on assessing power plants were released.... [Read More]
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