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ARLINGTON — The fears and concerns residents have lived with since an elderly Buck Hill Road woman was found Jan. 4 stabbed to death in her home poured out during an informational session Thursday night in Arlington.A standing-room-only crowd … more
WASHINGTON — Steven T. Mnuchin, President-elect Donald Trump's pick to be Treasury secretary, failed to disclose nearly $100 million of his assets on Senate Finance Committee disclosure documents and forgot to mention his role as a director of … more
BENNINGTON — Better Bennington Corporation President Michael McDonough has accepted a position as Bennington's Interim Director of Economic and Community Development.Town Manager Stu Hurd made the announcement Thursday evening that McDonough … more
ARLINGTON — The Shires of Vermont Regional Marketing Organization has announced an expanded directory of business and tourist attractions for the region. The Shires Regional Area Guide will be launched in early May, and opportunities for … more
BENNINGTON — Following the new Vermont state law in 2014 that law enforcement agencies must collect and report race data, a University of Vermont economy professor has release a statewide report noting racial disparities. more
More Act 46 merger proposals gained State Board of Education approval Tuesday and will go before voters on Town Meeting Day. One of the plans would unite 10 northern school districts into one massive school choice district.A total of nine … more
In the wake of a 76-year-old man's fatal shooting by police in Burlington last year, a group of public officials, mental health experts, community members and others began meeting.The group, initially convened by former Chittenden County state Sen. … more
The panel responsible for selecting candidates to fill judicial vacancies will resume taking applications for a pending opening on the state Supreme Court.Gov. Phil Scott said earlier this month he was considering asking the board to open … more
MONTPELIER — Five months after an arbitrator upheld the firing of a former Vermont Teacher of the Year for improper contact with a female student, the South Burlington educator is still free to teach in schools across Vermont.Jay Hoffman, a … more
EAST ARLINGTON — A local church will host community members and law enforcement tonight during a question-and-answer style conversation about public safety.The event at the Federated Church of East Arlington comes as residents are concerned … more
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