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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
The teacher health care compromise that lawmakers passed Wednesday was roundly lauded for delivering relief to taxpayers, but some warn the use of millions in one-time money is setting Vermonters up for a challenging fiscal 2019.In a one-day veto … more
One day after lawmakers convened and adjourned a special veto session, Gov. Phil Scott reflected on the Legislature's efforts this year — the first the veteran politician observed from the Fifth Floor."I truly believed we achieved something … more
BRATTLEBORO — After 19 months of complex, contentious school-merger talks in Windham Southeast Supervisory Union, two top state education officials visited Brattleboro on Wednesday night to help sort things out.Donna Russo-Savage, principal … more
MONTPELIER — Vermont Gov. Phil Scott said Thursday he would appoint a commission to study legalizing the recreational use of marijuana since a similar body that would have been created under a marijuana legalization bill failed to pass the … more
BURLINGTON — Jane Sanders has hired attorneys to represent her in a Justice Department probe of a land deal she orchestrated while president of the now-defunct Burlington College.A former college employee who coordinated the school's response … more
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