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WARNING SPECIAL MEETING WASHINGTON CENTRAL UNIFIED UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT January 14, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. The legal voters of the Washington Central Unified Union School District (the "District"), comprising the... [Read More]
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To kick off the Vermont winter sports season the defending division 3 champs from Windsor high played host to their rivals from Thetford. Last season in the finals the Panthers fell to the Yellow J…... [Read More]
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Ryan Little has one goal and one assist during her senior season with the Boston College women's ice hockey team. They both came during a 4-3 victory over Boston University on …... [Read More]
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The defending division two champions from Hollis Brookline began their season with a trip north to Lebanon to take on the Raiders. Lebanon won the state championship the year before the Cavaliers s…... [Read More]
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After the Lebanon girls basketball team beat the defending champs from Hollis-Brookline we spoke with Raiders head coach Tim Kehoe to get his take on the game. ... [Read More]
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Vergennes community honors basketball coach and school counselor Peter Quinn, who passed away unexpectedly last Saturday. He was 69. [Read More]
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Commodores honor late coach Peter Quinn prior to Thursday night's season opener against BFA-Fairfax on Dec, 13, 2018. [Read More]
State Police say a 1-year-old barely missed being impaled by a flying piece of metal in Vermont. The incident happened around 4:30 p.m. Wednesday on Interstate 89 in Colchester. Police say a truck was forced to brake suddenly, and a piece of rebar that was not secured flew forward and went through... [Read More]
Thank you for your editorial regarding flawed holiday treasures. It provides a needed reminder that, especially around the holidays, people need to take a breath and use their common sense. [Read More]
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Ted Pelkey of Westford, Vermont, fed up with a building permit dispute with his town, erected a giant middle finger on his property in protest. [Read More]
Sen. Chuck Schumer is wrapping up his annual tour of all 62 counties in New York state. The Senate's Democratic leader is making a stop in Washington County near the Vermont border on Friday to complete his 2018 statewide tour. Schumer has made a point of annually visiting each New York... [Read More]
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Bomb threats were reported across the U.S. and Canada Thursday after dozens of universities, police stations, schools and hospitals received an e-mail demanding a bitcoin payment of $20,000 or a... [Read More]
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Nancy Lee Glynn PERKINSVILLE - Nancy Lee Glynn, 82, died Thursday, Dec. 13, 2018. She was born Oct. 23, 1936, in Waltham, Massachusetts, the daughter of Harold and Betty (Jones) [Read More]
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Louis "Lou" Scott, of Rutland, formerly of Brooklyn, New York, and Manhattan, is holding forth at the B&G Gallery on Merchants Row with 121 of the 150 tabletop dioramas he's... [Read More]
Rutland City Schools Superintendent Adam Taylor announced at Thursday's Project VISION meeting a new program designed to help Rutland Middle School students deal with emotional problems and poverty. [Read More]
About half of Vermont's bumblebee species have disappeared or are in serious decline, which could be bad for produce farmers.Researchers from the Vermont Center for Ecostudies and the University of Vermont's Gund Institute combed through historical... [Read More]
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Andrew Robert Black, 23, died Thursday, December 6, in his home in Essex, Vermont. . Get the latest Yuma and Imperial Valley news, sports and weather from KYMA, KSWT, KECY and KESE. [Read More]
The buzz in the office at Palmer Insurance Agency is when Ernie Oldenburgh comes through the door for work -- he exudes energy -- not bad for 87. [Read More]
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