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Vermont’s smallest schools usually have no business competing on the soccer pitch against Division I powers like CVU, South Burlington or Colchester.

FAIR HAVEN — If a player puts themselves in the right spot around the goal, more often than not, they’ll be rewarded.

Up to 100 Afghan refugees are coming to Vermont, but it remained unclear Thursday how many might make it to Rutland.

Vermont’s largest one-day total of COVID cases was actually for more than one day, state officials said Thursday.

It’s early but it’s always nice to get out ahead of a story. Certainly, what the University of Vermont men’s soccer team is doing is one of th…

Up to 100 Afghan refugees are coming to Vermont, but it remained unclear Thursday how many might make it to Rutland.

Vermont’s largest one-day total of COVID cases was actually for more than one day, state officials said Thursday.

MONTPELIER — The Department of Public Safety has pulled the plug — at least temporarily — on a new computer-assisted dispatch and records system for Vermont State Police (VSP) and many local a…

RUTLAND TOWN — Rutland Town’s leaders said Tuesday they would like to use the COVID stimulus to hold down the tax rate.

Vermont’s smallest schools usually have no business competing on the soccer pitch against Division I powers like CVU, South Burlington or Colchester.

FAIR HAVEN — If a player puts themselves in the right spot around the goal, more often than not, they’ll be rewarded.

It’s early but it’s always nice to get out ahead of a story. Certainly, what the University of Vermont men’s soccer team is doing is one of the great stories of the fall sports season so far.

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