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Three independent lawmakers have asked the State Board of Education to investigate one of its members over what they suggest are violations of the state's Executive Code of Ethics.Reps. Oliver Olsen, of Londonderry, Adam Greshin, of Warren, and … more
WEST WINDSOR, Vt. (AP) — A Brownsville-based nonprofit says the public will soon be barred from accessing several miles of trails in West Windsor.MFW Associates of Utah owns 105 acres of land near the West Windsor Town Forest.The Valley News … more
GEORGIA, Vt. (AP) — A Vermont man accused of shooting two people in a truck stopped outside his home and killing one of them is facing charges of murder and attempted murder.State police say Ethan Gratton is being held for lack of $100,000 … more
ST. JOHNSBURY, Vt. (AP) — A police officer is trying to raise money for the family of a St. Johnsbury woman killed in a snowmobile crash over the weekend.State police say 31-year-old Amanda Dick died when her snowmobile crashed into a tree on … more
BOSTON — As marijuana shops sprout in states that have legalized the drug, they face a critical stumbling block — lack of access to the kind of routine banking services other businesses take for granted.U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, a … more
MONTPELIER— More Vermont workers are starting off the new year accruing paid sick leave that they can use when they fall ill or need time off to tend to sick family members or address other emergencies.The new law, signed by outgoing Gov. … more
BURLINGTON — Russian hackers penetrated a computer at the Burlington Electric Department that is not connected to the electrical grid, officials say.Burlington Electric found out about the malware when the U.S. Department of Homeland Security … more
Gov. Peter Shumlin speaks Wednesday at the Statehouse flanked by two new Superior Court judges he swore in: Elizabeth Mann and David Fenster. Photo by Jasper Craven/VTDiggerIn one of his last acts in office, Gov. Peter Shumlin on Wednesday swore in … more
Editor's note: Reporter Elizabeth Hewitt spent a week in Colorado earlier this month to look at lessons learned in the state that first opened legal recreational marijuana sales. Vermont lawmakers are expected to consider similar legislation in … more
Editor's note: Reporter Elizabeth Hewitt spent a week in Colorado earlier this month to look at lessons learned in the state that first opened recreational marijuana sales. Vermont lawmakers are expected to consider similar legislation in … more
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