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and Bob Audettenews@reformer.comWINCHESTER, N.H. — A pilot is dead after his plane went down below the tree line off Scotland Road just before noontime on Thursday.Emergency personnel responded to Scotland Road just before 11:30 a.m. after … more
ST. ALBANS — The jury in former state Sen. Norm McAllister's sexual assault trial found him guilty on one count of misdemeanor prostitution Friday night after nearly four hours of deliberation.McAllister, 65, was acquitted on the most serious … more
TOWNSHEND — In early 2014, Roger Allbee set aside the issue he knew best — agriculture — to become the top administrator of Vermont's smallest hospital.It has been, he says, "a learning experience."On Thursday, as Allbee announced … more
WILLISTON — Farming is blamed for a large amount of the phosphorus runoff in Lake Champlain, and the state of Vermont wants to recognize those farmers who exceed the minimum requirements in protecting natural resources.Republican Gov. Phil … more
BRATTLEBORO — Lara Langweiler, who graduated from Brattleboro Union High School in 2005, will be climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro in early August — for a cause. She will be raising money for Team Fox, an initiative of the Michael J. Fox … more
RUTLAND — The head of the state government's largest agency was speaking Thursday in Rutland when a little girl darted in front of him."Can I get a high-five?" Al Gobeille, secretary of the Agency of Human Services, asked the toddler.She kept … more
The father of a Vermont native who died this week in a military plane crash remembered his son's love of art and travel and the pride with which he served in the Marines.Gunnery Sgt. Brendan Johnson, a 46-year-old Colchester native, was one of 16 … more
BRATTLEBORO — A program that brings fresh, free produce to Vermont schools and hospitals each month is expanding with another stop in Windham County.Vermont Foodbank's "VeggieVanGo" initiative is coming to Brattleboro Memorial Hospital, where … more
Vermont officials have finalized an agreement between the Department of Mental Health and the Department of Corrections to begin improving treatment for inmates with mental illness.The agreement is the first step in a multiyear policy change … more
BURLINGTON — The lending agency that issued tax-exempt bonds to help finance Burlington College's purchase of a lakefront campus received a grand jury subpoena from federal prosecutors in April.James Foley, who serves as general counsel to the … more
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