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BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) — A federal judge has rejected a request to delay the death penalty retrial of a man charged with killing a Rutland supermarket worker more than 16 years ago.The trial of Donald Fell is scheduled to begin in late … more
Vermont's Sanders, Welch want FairPoint layoffs reversedBURLINGTON — Vermont's Sen. Bernie Sanders and Rep. Peter Welch want the CEOs of FairPoint Communications and the Illinois company that plans to buy it to reverse the planned layoffs of … more
BURLINGTON — Vermont's lone member of the U.S. House said Tuesday he intends to fight any efforts to expand a massive nationwide subsidy to corn farmers instituted during the George W. Bush administration.The subsidy, which requires that … more
BARRE — Dozens gathered along Main Street in front of the courthouse Tuesday to call for justice in the killing of a horse named Bunny.The 23-year-old mare's death in October has become a rallying point for many who say Vermont's animal … more
WHITE RIVER JUNCTION, Vt. (AP) — A log truck driver has pleaded guilty in an Interstate 91 crash in Vermont that killed a Florida man last year.The Valley News reports 25-year-old Mason Morissette, of Woodstock, Maine, pleaded guilty last week … more
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Skiers and ski resort operators hope a storm that walloped New England will mark the start of something good this holiday season after the region experienced a Christmas rainstorm two years ago and record warmth last … more
MONTPELIER — In his first news conference in more than a month, Republican Gov.-elect Phil Scott shared updates Monday on his budgeting and hiring process, tiptoed around any talk of the recent controversial pronouncements and political … more
MONTPELIER — Chief executive officers at Vermont hospitals made an average of $548,000 in salary and benefits in 2014, a 6.4 percent increase over the year before.The 40 highest-paid hospital administrators in the state made at least $472,000 … more
Bennington County Sens. Dick Sears and Brian Campion say they plan to respond to controversial proposed rule changes for some private schools by seeking to strip the State Board of Education of its rulemaking authority. They say they will … more
RANDOLPH — In his final weeks in office, Gov. Peter Shumlin will consider pardons for Vermonters convicted of possessing up to an ounce of marijuana. Shumlin announced Thursday those people can apply to be considered for a pardon, as … more
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