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Gov. Phil Scott defended on Wednesday the effectiveness of an immigration bill under consideration by the Legislature, while an attorney for a civil liberties group said stronger measures were needed to protect migrant workers in Vermont after … more
DURHAM, N.H. — New Hampshire's maple syrup producers say they are feeling the impact of climate change, as winters become warmer and frigid nights so critical to their business become fewer.Producers joined climate experts and Democratic U.S. … more
CARACAS, Venezuela — Venezuela is so short on food that tens of thousands are going hungry or even starving. Its murder rate is among the highest in the world. Its economy is so crippled that the average shopper spends 35 hours a month waiting … more
OXON HILL, Md. — For the past eight years, thousands of conservative activists have descended on Washington each spring with dreams of putting a Republican in the White House.They finally have one, but they are not sure he's really … more
MONTPELIER — Get ready for the sweetest time of year in the Green Mountain State. Sugaring season will get underway in earnest at hundreds of farms and sugarhouses across Vermont over the next several weeks, and that means the delicious aroma … more
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump on Tuesday condemned recent threats against Jewish community centers in the U.S. as "painful reminders" of lingering prejudice and evil, his first full-throated comments on the rise of anti-Semitic … more
Education Secretary Rebecca Holcombe answers a question from State Board of Education member William Mathis during a December meeting. File photo by Andrew Kutches/VTDiggerThe State Board of Education postponed a vote on contentious draft rules for … more
BENNINGTON — A Bennington College event featuring an attorney who helped secure a multi-million settlement over drinking water contaminated by PFOA has been cancelled.Rob Bilott, who helped secure a $671 million court settlement against two … more
BRATTLEBORO — Three protestors were arrested after a sit-in demonstration Wednesday aimed at amplifying their message."It's much more of a visible statement on our part about how we feel about TD Bank and its investment policy," said Tim … more
DORSET — A particular crazy Russian girl has taken her pastry skills north. Dorset Rising Bakery, an establishment of 8 Church Street Hospitality, has welcomed Pastry Chef Natasha Gardner Littrell and a team of three culinary arts professionals to transform the focus of the cafe that opened last summer. more
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