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BURLINGTON - The governor joined state and local officials and others in declaring their commitment to protect the state's waters as they kicked off Vermont Clean Water Week on Monday.They spoke from the terrace of the ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science … more
WEST DOVER — Resort officials at Mount Snow say the new snowmaking system is the biggest in the East. "Snowmaking is all about how much you can get uphill," said Jamie Storrs, communications manager at Mount Snow, during a tour of West Lake on … more
BRATTLEBORO — Is a bucolic, 177-acre hillside campus a good place for a wintertime homeless shelter?That was a recurring question at a community meeting Wednesday night, as some residents balked at plans to move Brattleboro's seasonal overflow … more
CHAMPLAIN, N.Y. — They have come from all over the United States, piling out of taxis, pushing strollers and pulling luggage, to the end of a country road in the north woods.Where the pavement stops, they pick up small children and lead older … more
Twenty years ago, an angry loner with a gun murdered four people, two of them state troopers, in the New Hampshire town of Colebrook, wounded four other officers and was killed in a shootout with police in Vermont.Today, people still hesitate to … more
BURLINGTON — People have reported reversing more than 1,200 overdoses since December 2013 with free naloxone provided by the state, according to the program's director.Naloxone is a drug that's effective at reversing an opiate overdose and is … more
Vermont regulators have refused to let Comcast escape requirements that it do more to support public access television and extend its service areas.Late last week the Public Utility Commission denied Comcast's request to change or remove some of the … more
GUILFORD — The end of detours can be cause for celebration. The Route 5 bridge in Algiers Village in Guilford opened early Friday night after being closed since July 21, a press release announced. That was four days ahead of schedule. "The day … more
BELLOWS FALLS — Five members of the Professional Firefighters of Vermont rallied outside the Bellows Falls Opera House on Wednesday night with yellow signs carrying slogans that read, "Don't cut public safety," "Staffing = Safety," "Support … more
Gov. Phil Scott announced Tuesday that he's forming a committee to study the management of harmful chemicals, following recommendations from a previous toxic chemicals working group.The state of Vermont currently doesn't have the information it … more
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