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They say the Internet never forgets, and remembering is particularly profitable for broadband providers such as Comcast and Verizon: Collecting consumer information can allow Internet companies to tailor advertisements to individual customers.Out of … more
Never say `never,' especially when `later' works just as well and is harder to argue against.The House was scheduled to vote Tuesday on a bill that would have decriminalized possession of up to two ounces of marijuana and would have let Vermonters … more
Recent studies show the bear population in Vermont is doing quite well. Biologists from the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department estimate the state's "large and healthy" bear population at about 6,000 animals, which is at the upper end of the … more
On Monday, a truck hauling several thousand gallons of fuel overturned on Route 7 between Arlington and Manchester. The emergency response was swift with state police, multiple fire departments, and a hazardous materials team all arriving in short … more
On May 4, the community will get the chance to weigh in on the Putnam Block project, which, one way or another, will likely shape the Bennington's fortunes for decades to come. We hope it's an opportunity the public doesn't miss.The meeting will be … more
We reported last week that the Radio Shack in Bennington is closing. The employees there weren't allowed to comment on the matter, but the large "store closing" signs hung out front made the gist of the local situation pretty clear. more
The American Health Care Act — President Donald J. Trump's and Speaker of the House Paul Ryan's rapidly advanced bid to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, best known as "Obamacare" — has been pronounced dead.According to the New … more
The wrangle between supporters of private schools in Vermont and the State Board of Education, which proposes revised rules for those that accept public tuition money, continues to play out like a lingering Cold War.Another flash-point in this long, … more
If you want to know what someone really thinks of you, wait until they don't need you anymore. If that's true, then U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders may not like the Vermont media all that much. A recent piece published in Seven Days, written by John … more
A lawsuit filed recently against the Vermont civil courts highlights a problem that's been going on for years, one that's led to civil court cases going unreported in the media for long periods of time, or not reported at all.Courthouse News … more
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