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DOVER — Undaunted by last year's protracted, costly EB-5 experience, Mount Snow executives are forging ahead with the foreign-investment program — and they apparently intend to do so without the state's help.Dick Deutsch, an executive … more
WASHINGTON — House Republicans released the American Health Care Act earlier this week and the legislation, which is designed to repeal and replace Obamacare, has drawn fire from both Tea Party GOPers and Democrats.The right-wing faction of … more
MONTPELIER — U.S. and Canadian scientists are planning to spend the next five years studying flooding on Lake Champlain and the Richelieu River, which drains the lake north into Quebec, and whether methods can be developed to control future … more
WESTMINSTER — State Rep. David Deen has no intention of ending his quest to improve Vermont's water quality.But the Westminster Democrat is relinquishing one of his longtime job titles: On March 15, Deen will retire from the Connecticut River … more
RUTLAND — A day after Rutland Mayor Christopher Louras was defeated in his re-election bid by Alderman David Allaire, the outgoing city leader was busy cleaning off his desk at City Hall."I got smoked. Clearly I got smoked," Louras said … more
BELLOWS FALLS — Four months after announcing an agreement to buy 13 hydroelectric stations on the Connecticut and Deerfield rivers, a Boston company is close to sealing the deal.Great River Hydro already has received Federal Energy Regulatory … more
RUTLAND, Vt. (AP) — City Councilor David Allaire won election as Rutland's new mayor, ousting an incumbent who wanted to bring refugees from Syria and Iraq to the community.Allaire won the four-way race Tuesday, besting Mayor Christopher … more
TUNBRIDGE — Residents of four small Vermont towns on Tuesday voted overwhelmingly against a massive development by a Utah businessman that is based on the papers of Mormon founder Joseph Smith, who was born in the area.The votes in Tunbridge, … more
TUNBRIDGE, Vt. (AP) — Four small Vermont towns are considering whether they want to be the site of a massive development by a Mormon developer, based on the writings of Joseph Smith, the founder of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day … more
MONTPELIER — Communities across Vermont will weigh in Tuesday during Town Meeting Day on issues such as merging school districts to becoming sanctuary towns and whether to call for an investigation into a presidential impeachment.The annual … more
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