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The briefing begins at 11 a.m. [Read More]
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The Burlington Tenants Union is calling for a November vote on housing protection for renters. [Read More]
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The Vermont Housing and Conservation board has committed more than $30 million in federal funding from the CARES Act to expand and rehabilitate housing for... [Read More]
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The Green Mountain State may make history as Vermonters will be able to elect an openly transgender lawmaker to the House. [Read More]
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"I often say before an election your vote is your voice, exercise it," said Vermont Secretary of State, Jim Condos.  Secretary Jim Condos said over... [Read More]
A local law professor says Trump's actions create a constitutional mess as congress continues to negotiate a second COVID Relief Package... [Read More]
Heat and humidity will have us feeling close to triple digits through larger valleys again Tuesday afternoon. A weak, midweek cold front brings some relief,... [Read More]
Visit the post for more. [Read More]
Bass fishing and golf can start competition on Sept. 10, while cross country, field hockey, soccer and volleyball can start their seasons Sept. 18. [Read More]
The British government is laying off 6,000 coronavirus contact tracers and deploying the rest to work in local teams, in an acknowledgment that the centralized... [Read More]
Suresh V. Garimella said UVM's testing protocol is "more aggressive than any college in the state of Vermont, and one of the most aggressive in... [Read More]
It's been 100 years since women gained the right to vote. Now, 'Central Vt Runners' wants to commemorate that. [Read More]
Delta says its strict policies are an effort to promote best public health practices. [Read More]
The president has said additional stimulus checks would be coming, but the payments were not mentioned in his four executive orders issued Saturday. [Read More]
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