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MANCHESTER — Vermonter Willard Sterne Randall has made a national name for himself writing about the American Revolution in acclaimed biographies of Ethan Allen, Benedict Arnold, Benjamin Franklin, Alexander Hamilton, Thomas Jefferson and … more
RUTLAND — City leaders say the status of the Syrian refugee resettlement initiative in Rutland is uncertain following a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling.President Donald Trump issued an executive order in January calling for a 120 day halt to … more
BURLINGTON — The White House "drug czar" on Monday praised Vermont — a pioneering state in the fight against opioid abuse — calling its opioid addiction treatment system an "an incredibly valuable national model" that is being … more
BETHEL — Almost six years after the raging flood waters of Tropical Storm Irene washed into the White River National Fish Hatchery in Bethel, the hatchery is back in business. Following $2.3 million in repairs, it now has a new mission: to … more
The new chair of the Green Mountain Care Board says hospitals should disclose administrator salaries as part of their annual budget review.Kevin Mullin, who became chair in May, endorsed administrative salary disclosure after a member of the public … more
POULTNEY — A local board has rejected a developer's application for a retail store that drew opposition from residents concerned about a Dollar General opening at the site.It's the latest setback for plans to open outlets of the discount … more
EAST MONTPELIER — A young child who was found unresponsive in a family pool Wednesday morning in East Montpelier died from his injuries at the University of Vermont Medical Center that night.The boy, Alexander James Lowell-Henry, was 2 years … more
BARRE — Jody Herring pleaded guilty Thursday to four counts of murder after her defense attorney reached a plea deal.The agreement ends two years of litigation. Herring admitted slaying three of her relatives — Rhonda Herring, Regina … more
Democratic attorneys general from 18 states and the District of Columbia sued U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos on Thursday over her decision to suspend rules that were meant to protect students from abuse by for-profit colleges.The lawsuit, … more
AUGUSTA, Maine — Gov. Paul LePage lashed out at the media for reporting he planned to leave the state during a budget impasse, and he suggested he sometimes concocts stories to mislead reporters.The Republican governor also characterized the … more
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