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BRATTLEBORO — After more than four decades affiliated with Youth Services, the mentoring program Big Brothers Big Sisters of Windham County will expand statewide with an official launch on July 1. The new entity will be named Big Brothers Big … more
MARLBORO — Hogback Mountain is going to start to see some more activity as plans for the former Skyline Restaurant come to fruition."We're getting there," said Jason Petrelli, co-owner of Pizzapalooza and Beer Naked Brewery. "It's a lot of … more
ST. ALBANS — A judge will decide later this week whether the second of two sexual assault trials of a former state senator will go ahead as planned next month.At a hearing Monday afternoon, an attorney representing former Sen. Norm McAllister, … more
The family that owns The Vermont Country Store has canceled plans to open a location in Stowe.Eliot Orton, a member of the family that founded the retail business in 1946, said he decided that after about a year of review, the payoff of opening a … more
The Vermont Supreme Court has issued a ruling that opens the door to more workers being considered independent contractors rather than employees.The ruling, which came Friday, is the second time in seven months that the Vermont Supreme Court … more
Two new reports from the state auditor put the process for investigating allegations of state employee misconduct under the microscope.In two concurrent reviews, the auditor's office found that the state has paid out more than necessary to keep … more
VERNON — Federal investigators say a Vermont Yankee staffer deliberately failed to check the functionality of employees' radiation-exposure monitors over the course of eight months in 2016.Nuclear Regulatory Commission officials believe the … more
PARIS — A new and highly virulent outbreak of malicious data-scrambling software appears to be causing mass disruption across the world, hitting companies and governments in Europe especially hard.Officials in Ukraine reported serious … more
MONTPELIER — Federal investigators are looking into the finances behind a real estate deal for a now-defunct college put together by the wife of U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, and she has hired a lawyer to look after her interests, a family … more
DOVER — A class of fourth-graders had a firsthand look at how civic engagement could lead to change when the town's seal was updated at their urging. "Always remember, you can make things happen," Select Board Chairman Randy Terk told students … more
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