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SHELBURNE — Gov. Phil Scott plans to create an executive commission to study issues related to marijuana legalization in Vermont.The panel will focus on safety impacts of legalization and may eventually look into sales and regulation. It will … more
CRAFTSBURY — The state is proposing to restrict racing shells and sculls on Great Hosmer Pond in Craftsbury, a move critics decry as an unprecedented attempt to favor motorboats over human-powered craft.The ban would apply between 1 and 4 … more
SHELBURNE — Weeks after a three-day suspension, longtime Shelburne Police Chief James Warden remains absent from the department he's led for 30 years and his future appears on the line.Town fficials are tight-lipped about Warden's future, but … more
BURLINGTON (AP) — The curator of a University of Vermont research museum says its entire collection of more than 1 million samples of plants, insects and animals from around the world has survived a fire that heavily damaged the building where … more
CAMBRIDGE — What was once a smattering of farms offering expensive dinners within view of the fields where the food was raised has sprouted into popular summer and fall events that run the gamut from multicourse dinners to weekly burger nights … more
Vermont's health care leaders are bracing for what would happen if President Donald Trump makes good on his promise to dismantle the Affordable Care Act through executive action.The president has already started to roll back federal regulations that … more
SOUTH HERO — Abandoned rail lines have been converted into recreation paths all over the United States. But the Island Line Trail in Vermont is unusual: It includes a causeway that runs across the open waters of Lake Champlain, from the … more
BRATTLEBORO — The town Energy Committee is fine-tuning a plan for making good on the Paris Climate Accord despite the commander-in-chief's desires. "Many of us in Brattleboro and across the country felt shocked and outraged when President … more
Civil liberties advocates are pushing back against proposed rules on digital recording in Vermont courts.The rules as drafted threaten the rights of the public and the media alike, while "ignoring the realities of modern journalism and … more
Vermont's regulated hospitals are seeking to take in $2.5 billion from patients and insurance companies in the upcoming fiscal year, an $86.9 million increase over the current year.The 14 hospitals submitted their budget proposals to the Green … more
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