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After hearing an update on the situation at the Holiday Inn, the Select Board voted unanimously on Tuesday to deny the business a license to s…
A new committee has been charged with investigating the process by which the Rutland City Board of School Commissioners retired and replaced i…
BURLINGTON — With one of the coronavirus vaccines close to approval for those aged 12 to 15 years old, two doctors at University of Vermont Me…
BRANDON — California’s top exports are electric vehicles, aircraft and machinery for making semi-conductors. Mount Anthony softball co-coaches…
After hearing an update on the situation at the Holiday Inn, the Select Board voted unanimously on Tuesday to deny the business a license to sell alcohol.
A new committee has been charged with investigating the process by which the Rutland City Board of School Commissioners retired and replaced its mascot.
BURLINGTON — With one of the coronavirus vaccines close to approval for those aged 12 to 15 years old, two doctors at University of Vermont Medical Center say the science shows the risks assoc…
Members of the public had a lot to say about mascots during a School Board meeting where the issue was otherwise absent from the agenda.
The Board of Aldermen took the first baby steps toward returning to in person meetings Tuesday.
MONTPELIER — Taxpayers spent $285 million supporting the state’s dairy industry between 2010 and 2019, according to the state auditor.
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- VT Lottery
- Walmart sales soared, essential workers got scant protection
- Organizations focus on vaccines for minority Vermonters
- Vermont and ferry company drop plans to scuttle old ferry
- Offshore wind project seen as key to clean energy gets OK
- Vermont preparing to offer COVID vaccines to young teens
- VT Lottery
BRANDON — California’s top exports are electric vehicles, aircraft and machinery for making semi-conductors. Mount Anthony softball co-coaches Kate Contrada and Brooke Remington are ready to m…
Applejack Stadium will be busy this spring and summer with soccer taking center stage.
- Blazers win fifth straight, beat Jazz 105-98
- Fuentes, Rockies split doubleheader with virus-short Padres
- Harden returns to score 18 points, Nets beat Spurs 128-116
- Documents: Firefighters could be fired for Bryant photos
- Brady-Prescott kicks off NFL season plus a return to London
- Harden returns, comes off Nets' bench against Spurs
- 3s for all: NBA sets season record for 3-pointers per game
- LEADING OFF: Padres, Yanks carry on thru COVID outbreaks
Creating and sticking to personal and professional boundaries is known to decrease stress le…
With the legalization of cannabis in Vermont for those 21 and older, it is more important no…
On certain afternoons, if I time it just right, I might spot a brown creeper (Certhia americ…
Amy Richardson has a story to tell, and she has more than 18,000 people listening. Since 201…
It’s spring and that means it’s time to get back into your flower and vegetable gardens.
- Wealthy nations once lauded as successes lag in vaccinations
- Ellen DeGeneres to end long-running TV talk show next year
- Ohio's million-dollar idea: Lottery prizes for vaccinations
- Pervis Staples, member of famed Staple Singers, dead at 85
- The Latest: Louisiana kids can start vaccinations Thursday
- Phylicia Rashad to lead Howard College of Fine Arts
- US advisers endorse Pfizer COVID shot for kids 12 and up
This is an important first step. The Justice Department has begun an internal review to determine how to remove any extremists from within federal law enforcement after the arrest of current and former police officers for their involvement in the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.
They’re back — fireworks.
May is Mental Health Month. By urging my public officials to prioritize suicide prevention, …
Liz Cheney is the only Republican in power who dares to call out Donald Trump's lies. Look w…
I am writing as one of the many voices urging the School Board not to reverse the decision t…
While the school mascot debate has divided the Rutland community, it is time to approach thi…
"Closed because no one wants to work" — I've seen this sign multiple times in the past month…
If you’ve ever visited the Vermont State House during a legislative session, you know how it…
cat at homework, Russians hacked laptop, excuses, political cartoon
As we slowly return to our pre-COVID way of life, there are certain things I will miss. For …
Vermont is on the cusp of having the least secure election system in the nation.
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