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WASHINGTON — The White House and its allies are scrambling for ways to offset potential damage from fired FBI Director James Comey's highly anticipated congressional testimony, an appearance that could expose new details about his discussions … more
BENNINGTON — A man who prosecutors say sold heroin to lower level dealers who would in turn sell it locally has been sentenced to two years in jail.Jeffrey Philpot Jr., 35 pleaded guilty in Vermont Superior Court Bennington Criminal Division … more
MONTPELIER — The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department has captured a 48-year-old large endangered fish that biologists had studied and tagged nearly 20 years ago.The male sturgeon caught in late May in the Lamoille River, a tributary of Lake … more
BENNINGTON — A Long Island man faces a felony charge after Manchester police allegedly found "several large marijuana plants" in the bed of his pickup truck during a speeding traffic stop last week.Police say the 55-year-old man had ten … more
SHAFTSBURY — The Shaftsbury Select Board has opened the bids for proposals for architectural services on the new town garage, and will discuss the bids in a special meeting later this week.The board received two bids, one from Goldstone … more
BENNINGTON — For many Bennington families, accessing healthy meals for children can prove difficult during summer months. While many local children qualify for free or reduced lunches during the school year, and have access to meals through … more
BENNINGTON — Southwestern Vermont Medical Center and United Counseling Service are partnering to enhance coordination of mental health services for emergency room and hospitalized patients.The medical center has worked in the past with UCS to … more
SHAFTSBURY — State Rep. Alice Miller told the Select Board on Monday that she has thus far been unable to secure state funding for Shaftsbury's PFOA testing, but that the fight is, "Not over."She said that she had believed she had secured … more
BURLINGTON — A speaker for a national group said Friday that Vermont businesses should consider selling to their employees as a way to help them build assets and reduce wealth inequality.Marjorie Kelly, from the Democracy Collaborative, said … more
The governor and the clerk of the House of Representatives engaged in a day-long dispute Tuesday after the governor's veto message on two bills was rejected.As expected, Gov. Phil Scott vetoed the state budget and a separate bill that set property … more
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