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Plans for the former College of St. Joseph campus include more than 200 units of senior housing, a movie theater and maybe even a putting green.

Oh, would Otter Valley love to recapture the magic of the 2019 spring sports season, the last spring sports campaign that was played in Vermon…

Green Mountain boys athletes have gotten used to winning. They’ve done a lot of it during their high school career.

Plans for the former College of St. Joseph campus include more than 200 units of senior housing, a movie theater and maybe even a putting green.

WATERBURY — The Department for Children and Families announced what 3SquaresVT recipients will be getting in April and May, due to an increase in funding from the federal Coronavirus Relief Bi…

On Thursday, a group of students and educators from Rutland Middle School delivered a large number of hand-decorated pennants to Rutland Regional Medical School to thank health care providers …

CASTLETON — After raising more than $2,000 to help Vermont farmers, a local teenager is being recognized as part of Gov. Phil Scott’s Rays of Kindness Initiative.

Oh, would Otter Valley love to recapture the magic of the 2019 spring sports season, the last spring sports campaign that was played in Vermont. That season both the baseball and softball team…

Green Mountain boys athletes have gotten used to winning. They’ve done a lot of it during their high school career.

SOUTH BURLINGTON — The eighth class of inductees for the Vermont Sports Hall of Fame will be inducted in a virtual celebration to be aired on Thursday, April 29.

WEST RUTLAND — There was a parade for the West Rutland softball team that began out on the old Route 4 after the Golden Horde toppled Blue Mountain with a rousing comeback in the Division IV s…

NORTH DARTMOUTH, Mass. — The Castleton University baseball team split its second consecutive doubleheader against Little East Conference foe UMass Dartmouth on Saturday, winning the first game…

Chronic disease accounts for almost three quarters of worldwide deaths. In the United States…

There are so many questions right now about the best order in which to restart the economy. The priorities are different from state to state.

How not to encourage people to compost kitchen scraps: Take a composting bin that last year …

In his April 3 commentary (“Psychosis and salvation”), John Nassivera blames belief in the s…

A recent oped in this paper by Suzanna Jones stated the Vermont Natural Resources Council (V…

Thinking outside a box, I assume it is the reporter's opinion that the new firetruck is a CO…

All financial advisers say: Save for retirement and do not use that savings to spend on annu…

Tucker Carlson, ratings, Fos News, political cartoon

Mitch McConnell, MLB, baseball, All Star Game, political cartoon

Mental health has been having a moment. During the pandemic, all of us, whether we are patie…

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