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MONTPELIER — Vermont Republican Gov. Phil Scott said Thursday he remained committed to meeting the state's long-term goal of getting 90 percent of its energy from renewable sources by 2050 and to help accomplish that goal he created a … more
SOUTH ROYALTON — Thomas McHenry, the new president and dean of Vermont Law School, says the school will weather a tough climate for legal education by relying on its influence in environmental law and the flexibility afforded by being a small, … more
RUTLAND — A former municipal attorney from Rutland awaiting new sentencing in a fatal drunken hit-and-run crash has lost his bid to have the judge thrown off the case.However, his defense attorney did win a concession from that judge regarding … more
BRATTLEBORO — Talks between the board of the New England Center for Circus Arts and coaches who have gone on strike or resigned their positions have resulted in a temporary agreement to allow summer camp to continue.Tuesday classes were … more
TOWNSHEND — Crews have removed more than 7,000 cubic yards of sedimentation at Townshend Dam, clearing the way for the much-maligned swim area to reopen as soon as this week.The project was commissioned by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in … more
WASHINGTON — Vermont's junior senator led the state's congressional delegation in fundraising in the second quarter of the year.The latest campaign finance reports show that Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., netted the most money among Vermont's … more
The family of a man suspected in the slaying of his millionaire grandfather filed a lawsuit in New Hampshire on Monday accusing him of killing his grandfather and possibly his mother, who was lost at sea during a mother-son fishing trip, in a bid to … more
MONTPELIER — Attorney General T.J. Donovan said Tuesday that an investigation by his department has determined that the state Department of Motor Vehicle's use of facial recognition technology is illegal and should continue to be suspended.The … more
ST. GEORGE — Police say they'll announce later this week the results of their nearly two-week investigation into a young St. George mother's death, but that it is not considered homicide.Pamela E. Price, 24, died July 4 from a gunshot wound to … more
Swaths of leafless, gray-brown trees are discoloring the normally verdant forests in some parts of Vermont this summer.The defoliation is caused by an outbreak of forest tent caterpillars, which occur about every 10 years. The caterpillars, which … more
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