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Protesters sang songs and gave speeches. They called on Vermont's congressional delegation to press to free the three and for Gov. Phil Scott to hurry up and sign S.79, a bill that would restrict state and local police from joining in federal … more
BRATTLEBORO — Courthouse News Service, which bills itself as "a nationwide news service for lawyers and the news media," has filed a First and Fourteenth Amendment lawsuit against clerks of the court for the state's 14 county superior courts … more
SOUTH BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) — Police in South Burlington say a street was shut down after a standoff with a woman who gained entry to a home she was not supposed to be in.WCAX-TV reports police say the woman was acting erratically when they … more
As lawmakers wrapped up crossover week — the deadline for most legislation — one high-profile bill didn't make the cutoff, and its future in the House is in doubt.H.170, a bill that would legalize adult possession of limited amounts of … more
MONTPELIER — Two marijuana legalization measures in Vermont's House will likely miss a key deadline Friday to advance to the Senate, hindering their chances of passing this year.The two bills offer widely differing ways to legalize marijuana. … more
ESSEX JUNCTION, Vt. (AP) — Police say no one was injured when a train hit a truck at a crossing in Essex Junction.It happened at the Maple Street Crossing around 3:45 p.m. Thursday. Police tell WCAX-TV the traffic in front of the driver … more
POULTNEY — Police say as they searched for several days for a missing Fair Haven woman, Wayne Oddo knew where she was and never said a word.Wednesday evening, police said, they found the body of Alexandra Rooker, 26, on Oddo's property on … more
MONTPELIER — Vermont officials harshly criticized President Donald Trump's budget proposal Thursday, saying that it would devastate the state's environmental clean-up efforts and have wide-ranging economic impacts.The Republican president's … more
A key state agency has signed off on the sale of 13 hydroelectric stations to a Boston company.The Vermont Department of Public Service - whose job is to represent the public interest in energy matters - has approved a deal pledging to support Great … more
MONTPELIER (AP) — The Northeast was in dig-out mode Wednesday, a day after a treacherous storm packing strong winds and accompanying plummeting temperatures left some residents dealing with rock-hard ice and others with more than 2 feet of … more
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