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License a canine in most Vermont towns and you'll collar a metal tag. Do so in places such as Shelburne, South Burlington or Starksboro and your pet also could win a raffle prize or the title "Dog of the Year."Municipal clerks, still recuperating … more
State regulators have approved a massive Windsor County solar array that will be four times the size of any such project built in Vermont so far.The Coolidge Solar project, to be built in Ludlow and Cavendish, will be capable of producing 20 … more
A crowd of more than 100 people poured into the Cedar Creek Room at the Statehouse Wednesday to call for investments in Lake Champlain cleanup efforts.Lawmakers are considering new taxes and fees to pay for long-term fixes to an ongoing problem: … more
PUTNEY — On Thursday, March 23, 20 individuals from 15 countries convened at The Grammar School to become naturalized United States citizens.Organized by the fifth- and sixth-grade classes at the school, the ceremony was led by Judge Colleen … more
WESTON — Sam Lloyd craved the greasepaint of Broadway. Then he caught sight of the grit.On Oct. 19, 1961, the actor stepped into New York's Playhouse Theatre — where Anne Bancroft and Patty Duke had just finished their Tony Award-winning … more
BRATTLEBORO - Vermont officials claim they're missing some critical environmental information needed to evaluate the proposed sale of Vermont Yankee.At a meeting in Brattleboro late last week, representatives from plant owner Entergy and the Agency … more
COLCHESTER — Standing in front of stacks of insulation likely destined for a poor family's home, Democratic U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy decried proposed federal cuts to heating and weatherization programs Monday, saying good heating is a matter of … more
HARDWICK — Members of Vermont's congressional delegation told hundreds of constituents at a rousing town hall meeting Saturday that the defeat of the Republican health plan was "a victory," with U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders telling the cheering … more
BURLINGTON — The chief architect of former President Barack Obama's climate change strategy said Friday it's imperative to remain vigilant in the "battle" against the Trump administration's hard-line opposition to environmental issues.Todd … more
A House panel has closed all but $3,000 of a $72 million budget gap.Lawmakers had already identified most of the savings before the Town Meeting Day break and whittled down the remaining $18 million this week.A third of the savings were already in … more
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