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CONCORD, N.H. — The little brown bat, a species that has been decimated by a deadly fungus, could be taking the first tentative steps to recovery, scientists say in a recent study published by Great Britain's Royal Society.Researchers for the … more
A House bill would legalize small amounts of marijuana and marijuana plants without creating a regulated market.The bill, sponsored by a bipartisan group of lawmakers, would remove all civil and criminal penalties for adult possession of 2 ounces or … more
VERNON - A New York company is asking federal regulators to green-light its acquisition of the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant sometime later this year. Representatives of NorthStar Group Services Inc., the proposed buyer of the shut-down Vernon plant, and Entergy, the current owner, hope to close the sale by the end of 2018. more
As lawmakers wrapped up crossover week — the deadline for most legislation — one high-profile bill didn't make the cutoff, and its future in the House is in doubt.H.170, a bill that would legalize adult possession of limited amounts of … more
WILLIAMSTOWN — The best thing millennials can do for the future of Democracy is to get involved.That was the message from former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean on Thursday during a speech at Williams College.Dean, former chairman of the Democratic … more
SOUTH BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) — Police in South Burlington say a street was shut down after a standoff with a woman who gained entry to a home she was not supposed to be in.WCAX-TV reports police say the woman was acting erratically when they … more
TUNBRIDGE — Residents of four small Vermont towns on Tuesday voted overwhelmingly against a massive development by a Utah businessman that is based on the papers of Mormon founder Joseph Smith, who was born in the area.The votes in Tunbridge, … more
VERNON — Investigators with the Vermont State Police were at the Vernon Town Hall Tuesday morning requesting copies of Select Board meeting minutes from October 2015 to March 2016.According to Scott Waterman, public spokesman for the State … more
MONTPELIER — A new crop of leaders took over the Vermont Statehouse on Wednesday as lawmakers returned for the start of the two-year legislative session and a farewell by outgoing Gov. Peter Shumlin.Rep. Mitzi Johnson, a Democrat from South … more
A bill to provide Vermont workers with 12 weeks of paid family and medical leave passed a key committee Friday but will not move to the House floor for more than a week.That's after a key deadline at the end of this week — when any bill … more
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