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SHELBURNE — Gov. Phil Scott plans to create an executive commission to study issues related to marijuana legalization in Vermont.The panel will focus on safety impacts of legalization and may eventually look into sales and regulation. It will … more
The Trump administration is demanding that all secretaries of state nationwide provide voter information to the Election Integrity Commission as part of a probe into allegations of election fraud. more
WILMINGTON — The former Twin Valley School is set to become a community center after years of groups wrestling with the possibility. On Tuesday, the Twin Valley School Board supported conditions of a purchase and sale agreement that would hand … more
MONTPELIER — Vermont Senate negotiators have reached a deal with the governor's office to legalize the recreational use of marijuana in the state, but the fate of the proposal still rests with Republicans in the House, a state senator said … more
PARIS — A new and highly virulent outbreak of malicious data-scrambling software appears to be causing mass disruption across the world, hitting companies and governments in Europe especially hard.Officials in Ukraine reported serious … more
MONTPELIER — Sen. Kevin Mullin, R-Rutland, is stepping down from his position as state senator to become the top health care regulator in the state.Mullin, 58, of Rutland Town, will be the chair of the Green Mountain Care Board, which … more
MONTPELIER — More than two decades after it was discovered at the bottom of Lake Champlain, a Revolutionary War gunboat may see the light of day under a museum plan to raise, preserve and put the vessel on display.The Spitfire, a 54-foot boat … more
TOWNSHEND — Crews have removed more than 7,000 cubic yards of sedimentation at Townshend Dam, clearing the way for the much-maligned swim area to reopen as soon as this week.The project was commissioned by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in … more
BRATTLEBORO — Talks between the board of the New England Center for Circus Arts and coaches who have gone on strike or resigned their positions have resulted in a temporary agreement to allow summer camp to continue.Tuesday classes were … more
RUTLAND — A former municipal attorney from Rutland awaiting new sentencing in a fatal drunken hit-and-run crash has lost his bid to have the judge thrown off the case.However, his defense attorney did win a concession from that judge regarding … more
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