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BURLINGTON — The mayor is standing by a city policy that has come under fire from the federal government.Last month the Department of Justice sent a letter to Mayor Miro Weinberger, Vermont … more
Earlier this month, Republican Gov. Phil Scott suggested laying off school staff to plug an $80 million hole in the education fund and end the threat of a 9-cent increase on property taxes.But he's … more
Financial analysts say the state will spend $31 million over a three-year period on tax incentives to towns for school district mergers.In fiscal year 2019 alone, taxpayers will subsidize $16.1 … more
WASHINGTON — Tatiana Gladkikh is in her first year of studying for her doctorate in natural resources at the University of Vermont.The 27-year-old, a Russian citizen, receives a stipend for her … more
A legislative panel wants to hear the agriculture agency's case for why farmers should be exempt from environmental enforcement under Vermont's land use law.The Act 250 committee, which met Nov. 15, … more
Harrowing stories of opioid addiction, recovery, triumph and tragedy filled the air during a town-hall style assembly at Burlington High School Friday held by Sen. Bernie Sanders.Vermont Attorney … more
WASHINGTON — The Department of Justice notified the state of Vermont and the city of Burlington that law enforcement agencies could lose federal funding over immigration policies.Jeff Sessions, … more
POWNAL — Green Mountain Power expects to have downed trees left on hillsides along Route 7 during recent utility pole upgrade work cleaned up within the next two weeks, a spokeswoman said … more
Gov. Phil Scott says he will stand by his commitment to support legislation that would legalize the possession of small amounts of marijuana in Vermont."I made that commitment. It's a libertarian … more
A panel with representatives of public and private schools has been unable to iron out differences over special education and financial accountability for independent schools in advance of a … more
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