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The Vermont Public Utility Commission denied Verizon Wireless' request to build a cell tower in Waterbury. [Read More]
The U.S. Senate approved a package of bills that includes 15.3 billion dollars of emergency funding. [Read More]
The Colchester Police Department honored it's own in a big way. [Read More]
Teachers in Vermont's largest school district have voted to strike. [Read More]
19 Vermont communities will get a chunk of state money for downtown and village center projects. [Read More]
New Hampshire has joined 31 other states in a multi-million dollar settlement with tech company Lenovo over consumer protection violations. [Read More]
Public Works in Winooski is asking drivers to slow down on Main Street Wednesday. [Read More]
Burlington teachers are pushing for continued talks with the district on contracts. [Read More]
Nearly 24 percent of New York workers belonged to unions last year according to the state comptroller's office. [Read More]
The Burlington Education Association is meeting next Thursday to discuss options after the Burlington School Board voted 9 to 1 to impose contract conditions. A... [Read More]
Governor Phil Scott proclaimed it school safety month in Vermont. [Read More]
Vermont veterans received a sizable donation thanks to Governor Phil Scott. [Read More]
Vermont catholics are being asked to do their part in helping relief efforts in Texas. [Read More]
A 15 million dollar project on the SUNY Plattsburgh campus is now complete. [Read More]
The classrooms are once again filled at Rice Memorial High School for the new school year. [Read More]
If you'd like to help out in the South Texas recovery efforts the Red Cross will offer "Boot Camps" to train volunteers. [Read More]
Some residents in Winooski have been complaining about the brick sidewalks downtown. [Read More]
Teacher contract negotiations in Burlington are making progress. [Read More]
Some residents in Winooski have been complaining about the brick sidewalks downtown. [Read More]
Town leaders started the process Thursday to get disaster relief funding following serious flooding last month. [Read More]
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