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WASHINGTON (AP) — Just before noon, Donald Trump will stand in front of the U.S. Capitol, place his hand on Abraham Lincoln's Bible and take the oath of office as the next president of the United States.And the world will hold its breath.Will … more
WASHINGTON - The big man in the dark suit and the size 13 cowboy boots stands behind the lectern that serves as a desk and checks his laptop.He has briefed his chief veterinarian and is preparing to go meet a local bank official. En route, he will … more
WASHINGTON - In rally after rally, and speech upon speech, Donald Trump built a verbal skyscraper of campaign promises about what he would do on his first day in the White House.Begin building a wall at the nation's southern border. End the "war on … more
RUTLAND — The first of up to 100 Syrian refugees expected to make Rutland their new home have arrived.One family arrived in the city Wednesday, and the second was expected to enter the country later Thursday, according to the U.S. Committee … more
Vermont's revenue projections for the current fiscal year have been downgraded by $24.6 million, an adjustment driven by poor performance of corporate tax receipts.The new projections from economists for the administration and the Legislature were … more
BENNINGTON—Vermont isn't the second healthiest state anymore. According to a report from the United Health Foundation, the state moved to No. 5, and is now below Minnesota which is at fourth. Connecticut ranked third, while Massachusetts was … more
MANCHESTER—Just like squeezing toothpaste out of a tube, mean words aren't something you can take back. Thanks to the National Life Group Foundation, Puppets in Education from Burlington was able to spend an entire day at the school educating … more
EAST ARLINGTON — Residents need to be alert and notify police if they see unusual activity.That was one message to those who attended a community meeting on crime Thursday night. Close to 200 people turned out to the Federated Church of East … more
BENNINGTON — A lawsuit that seeks judicial determinations on alleged violations of the open meeting law by the Mount Anthony Union Board is edging toward a trial date in Superior Court if no settlement is reached.The suit, filed in March 2016 … more
BENNINGTON — Some positive changes could be on the horizon for Catamount Access Television under the new Certificate of Public Good between Vermont's Cable Access channels and Comcast.The CPG was filed by the Vermont Public Service Board last … more
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