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WILMINGTON — As he walked the chilly, empty halls of this town's former high school Monday morning, Steve Goldfarb talked more about the building's potential than its current condition.If advocates can't find resources to repurpose the … more
BURLINGTON — Sen. Patrick Leahy gathered many of Vermont's most powerful environmental leaders Friday to rail against reports of deep cuts across the federal budget and their threat to environmental efforts.The U.S. Environmental Protection … more
MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — State wildlife officials are proposing a total of 80 bulls-only permits for the October moose hunting seasons.WCAX-TV reports the state Fish and Wildlife Department issued its recommendation last week.The 80 permits … more
UNDERHILL — Maple syrup doesn't get that rich flavor and color in an instant. It's a long process from tree to bottle.But an improved technology could keep maple sugarers from working late into the night boiling sap into syrup.The new machine … more
WHITE RIVER JUNCTION, Vt. (AP) — A Vermont woman convicted of a double shooting that left a man dead in 2011 is headed to prison.Thirty-year-old Emily Perkins, of South Royalton, was sentenced Wednesday in Windsor Superior Court to at least 26 … more
RUTLAND, Vt. (AP) — A Rutland mother and her boyfriend are facing charges after authorities say the duo exposed a 4-month-old infant to repeated injuries.WCAX-TV reports court documents indicate the child's baby sitter noticed bruising on the … more
BURLINGTON (AP) — Six people have died on Vermont's ski slopes this season, an increase over previous years.Three of the deaths involved resort visitors who were killed in accidents: two in crashes into trees, and one after falling into deep … more
The Senate Education Committee has crafted legislation to throw out controversial private school rules proposed by the State Board of Education and start over with a special committee. It would also give the private school community a seat on the … more
Vermont officials are reaffirming state-level protections for transgender kids in the wake of a decision by President Donald Trump's administration to roll back federal guidance protecting transgender students.The federal rules were established … more
RANDOLPH, Vt. (AP) — The governor of Vermont — the country's largest producer of maple syrup — is celebrating the annual maple season and the importance the industry is to the state's economy and heritage.Republican Gov. Phil Scott … more
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