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SOUTHERN VERMONT — Local ski resorts are holding on to the last bit of winter.Last week's snow sent shorts back in the closet and shovels back to work."A snowmaking push in March and three feet of late season snowfall has made for some of the … more
DOVER — Vermont Natural Resources Board officials are giving Mount Snow an extra year to finish a snow-making upgrade fueled by $30 million in EB-5 foreign investment.The West Lake Water Project's completion-deadline extension to October 2018 … more
MONTPELIER — The state Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday about whether a natural gas pipeline that has faced years of public opposition should be allowed to run under a public park in Hinesburg.If Vermont Gas loses the case heard by the … more
The Senate unanimously passed two education bills Friday — one that would offer more options for school district mergers and a catch-all school regulation bill.The miscellaneous education bill, S.130, makes technical changes to education laws. … more
RUTLAND — A judge has ordered that a Mount Tabor woman charged with fatally shooting her husband will remain behind bars as she awaits her murder trial.Judge David Fenster denied bail late Friday afternoon for Peggy L. Shores, 52.Shores, … more
MONTPELIER — A Republican state representative from Mendon is stepping down to serve overseas in the military.Rep. Job Tate, who is in his second term, said Friday he will be resigning soon."It's imminent," he said of his deployment.Tate, 34, … more
RUTLAND — A local business owner has sued the city and its Police Department, alleging an officer pointed a gun at him, dragged him out of his truck and slammed his head on the ground during a traffic stop.Kevin Elnicki, owner of Earth Waste … more
PORTLAND, Maine — A major snowstorm is brewing in New England just in time for April Fools' Day. And it's no laughing matter for the region's winter-weary residents.The Atlantic coastal storm is going to bring heavy, wet snow to Maine, … more
MontpelierVermont Attorney General joins opposition of EPA cutsMONTPELIER — Vermont's Attorney General T.J. Donovan has signed on with a 12-state coalition to oppose any cuts to the Environmental Protection Agency.Donovan said in a news … more
MONTPELIER — Land O' Lakes Inc. has purchased Vermont Creamery, a pioneer in artisanal cheese-making in the U.S. that says it needs a partner to help reach its business potential amid unprecedented growth.Vermont Creamery will become an … more
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