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PROVIDENCE, R.I. - Winter moths, an invasive insect that defoliates trees, could be particularly problematic this spring for drought-stressed trees in New England. Native to Europe, winter moths have damaged a growing number of trees in the … more
A storm system is bringing wintry weather to the Northeast, dumping up to 18 inches of snow in parts of upstate New York. Schools in central New York and western Massachusetts called off classes Monday or delayed their start by two hours. … more
BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) - Police in Burlington are reporting that the number of robberies in the city has increased over recent years. The Burlington Free Press reports (http://bfpne.ws/2g2WHWj ) police say robberies are up by 40 percent, with data … more
BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) - A war veteran who police say was arrested after firing shots in his Vermont apartment has pleaded not guilty to reckless endangerment charges. Forty-five-year-old Patrick Perras entered the plea Thursday in Burlington. A … more
BURLINGTON (AP) - The Democratic mayor said on Friday he wants to make his city a sanctuary city to help worried immigrant populations, joining other mayors who say they plan to do all they can to protect residents from deportation. Republican … more
BOSTON - A plush elephant pillow that could suffocate a baby, a plastic hammer with the potential to cause head injuries, and a slingshot-like device that shoots balls of slime that could cause eye injuries were singled out Tuesday by a child safety … more
ORWELL, Vt. (AP) - Thousands of turkeys have reportedly died at a Vermont farm due to a bacterial disease that affects domestic and wild birds. WCAX-TV reports the Stonewood Farm, in Orwell, usually raises and processes 30,000 turkeys each year. … more
MONTPELIER - While almost all of Vermont's top statewide political seats will be filled with new people come January, the makeup of the two bodies under the golden dome will not be all that different than it was last year. Both chambers continue … more
MONTPELIER - Gov.-elect Phil Scott claimed a mandate Wednesday to hold tight the reins on state spending, one day after his convincing general election victory over Democrat Sue Minter. Scott said he believed his win was the result of his focus … more
BURLINGTON - Many in largely liberal-progressive Vermont were stunned and anguished by the election of Donald Trump as president. "It's a very scary situation for me and my family. I think that's true for a lot of us," said Rep. Chris Pearson, … more
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