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WOODSTOCK — This picturesque town, which has provided a backdrop for early environmentalists, the Rockefellers and even the Budweiser Clydesdales, is fighting a battle over how to keep the charm that has become its trademark. At issue: window … more
ALBANY, N.Y. — It will be a happy New Year indeed for millions of the lowest-paid U.S. workers. Nineteen states, including New York and California, will ring in the year with an increase in the minimum wage.Massachusetts and Washington state … more
CONCORD, N.H. — The television show "North Woods Law" is moving slightly south.After four years following the Maine Warden Service, the reality TV show's next season will feature conservation officers from the New Hampshire Fish and Game … more
MONTPELIER — New census figures show the three northernmost states in New England continue to see stagnant or declining populations, which experts predict will limit economic growth in the region.The challenges are slightly different among the … more
MONTPELIER — A widely revered Russian doctor killed in the crash of a Russian military plane had lived for years in Vermont but had been working in her native country for the last several years, dedicating her life to helping children, … more
State officials hope to attract foreign students and boost online enrollments to state colleges. That's why the Vermont State College trustees used the word "university" to describe the newly merged Lyndon and Johnson state colleges.The new Northern … more
April Stein has long dreamed of opening a therapeutic residential community for young adults struggling with mental health issues. A graduate of Bennington College and the California School of Professional Psychology, Stein was one of the founders … more
MIDDLETOWN SPRINGS — Rhonda "Honey" Phillips keeps her own cows and garden at her small, hillside homestead, and now is pushing self-sufficiency in a more high-tech direction. This year, she installed new solar panels just downhill from her … more
An analysis of the state's health insurance exchange concludes that although the system has "significant deficiencies," the best course for the state is to stick with it.The 121-page report by Massachusetts-based Strategic Solutions Group, … more
TOWNSHEND — Citing the impact of new enrollment regulations under Act 46, Leland & Gray Union Middle and High School officials have endorsed more than $200,000 in cuts for the next fiscal year's budget.The fiscal 2018 spending plan, which … more
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