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BURLINGTON — The executive order banning immigrants from seven predominantly Muslim countries and refugees worldwide hit close to home Thursday when nearly 100 people, mostly immigrants, gathered in Burlington for an information session about … more
MARLBORO - Kevin Quigley already had been planning to travel to Washington, D.C., this week to participate in a higher education conference and to talk with Vermont's congressional delegation.But the Marlboro College president said the tone of his … more
Gillian FlaccusAssociated PressPORTLAND, Ore. — Supporters of a terminally ill person's right to take his or her own life said Wednesday they are alarmed by President Donald Trump's nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court and worry that Neil … more
A House bill would legalize small amounts of marijuana and marijuana plants without creating a regulated market.The bill, sponsored by a bipartisan group of lawmakers, would remove all civil and criminal penalties for adult possession of 2 ounces or … more
BRATTLEBORO — Vermont Yankee's radioactive spent fuel soon will be on the move.In April, a contractor will begin loading the shut-down Vernon nuclear plant's fuel into sealed casks, which will be placed on a concrete pad.The fuel is not going … more
BRATTLEBORO — Roger L. Dunham Jr. had been dealing with health issues. Dunham says when he told his landlord this was why he was behind in the rent, "They didn't care."Hospital documents show Dunham was evaluated for acute diverticulitis of … more
Five medical professionals who treated an inmate at a Vermont prison in the days leading up to her death are facing allegations of professional misconduct.The Office of Professional Regulation, a branch of the secretary of state's office that … more
SOUTH BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) — South Burlington officials have voted to allow three homes to take a buyout offered by the Burlington International Airport.WPTZ-TV reports that the homes had been under an agreement with the city that was in … more
Vermont author Howard Frank Mosher's storied half-century writing career begat a dozen novels chronicling the rugged physical and psychological landscape of the state's Northeast Kingdom. But it began with, in his words, "the least likely source": … more
Gov. Phil Scott told reporters Thursday that he was not surprised by the President Donald Trump's executive order banning immigrants from certain Muslim countries, but he is "disappointed about the tone and the direction this sets for us."He … more
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