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A Clarendon man could face life in prison after being charged with nine felonies based on a police affidavit that said he had assaulted or sex…

Mother Nature isn’t making Rutland Post 31’s job easy as host of the Vermont American Legion baseball state tournament this weekend.

A Clarendon man could face life in prison after being charged with nine felonies based on a police affidavit that said he had assaulted or sexually assaulted five girls during the past three y…

CLARENDON — Casella Construction wants to make changes to its Act 250 permit for the quarry it operates on Route 103. Some residents are concerned about the changes, having gotten used to the …

Mother Nature isn’t making Rutland Post 31’s job easy as host of the Vermont American Legion baseball state tournament this weekend.

CASTLETON — Beginning on Sunday, 72 of the top high school football players from New Hampshire and Vermont will begin practicing for the 68th annual Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl, which is set for n…

MIDDLEBURY — Lucas Politano won the boys 10-14 Match Play championship last week and he finds himself in the hunt again this week in the Vermont Golf Association’s Junior Tour Stroke Play cham…

MONTPELIER — The Vermont Mountaineers rallied with six runs in the seventh inning to claim an 8-6 victory over the Sanford Mainers on Wednesday in New England Collegiate Baseball League action.

Gaining relevancy is a long process, one that takes hard work and will be filled with bumps in the road.

When America was in the throes of the Great Depression nearly a century ago, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt introduced a series of initiatives that would be almost impossible to imagine today — at least at the national level. But our brave little state (thanks for that phrase, President…

Jewish Communities of Vermont expresses our dismay at the decision by Ben & Jerry’s, the…

While, in general, I agree with your editorial in the July 24 issue, I have to disagree with…

America is losing its way. The radical left, led by Sen. Bernie Sanders and Rep. Ocasio-Cort…

Willem Lange’s trip to Montana to go fly fishing for a few days with buddies on the Upper Mi…

With time running out, discussions on the National Debt Limit are becoming more urgent. The …

We thank Ron Pulcer for his recent commentary regarding the Declaration of Inclusion we have…

Republicans, insurrectionists, battering ram, Nancy Pelosi’s idea, political cartoon

Fifty years ago next month, with inflation rising and growing trade deficits, President Rich…

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