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BOSTON — The 100th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's birth is being celebrated next year with a series of events meant to inspire a new generation to uphold his ideals, organizers said Monday."The aim is to highlight President … more
BOSTON — As marijuana shops sprout in states that have legalized the drug, they face a critical stumbling block — lack of access to the kind of routine banking services other businesses take for granted.U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, a … more
Newly unsealed records from Gov. James Douglas' time in office reveal few doubts and high hopes for proposals from a Jay Peak developer that were projected to bring thousands of jobs to the economically struggling Northeast Kingdom.The records, kept … more
MONTPELIER - Republican Gov.-elect Phil Scott already is getting some pushback on his promises to hold budget growth to the previous year's economic performance. State Auditor Doug Hoffer, a … more
RUTLAND - Arabic language classes are drawing 25 to 30 people a week in preparation for the new arrivals in town. High school students are helping collect furniture and housewares for them, and … more
SOUTH BURLINGTON — After a school board vote last week to drop South Burlington High School's Rebels name, some residents are organizing to keep their nickname for school athletics. 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
"The state of Vermont is a disgrace in mental health capacity," a longtime mental health care advocate told lawmakers Tuesday night. more
MONTPELIER — Vermont's new Republican governor said Monday he would stick with his Democratic predecessor's long-term goal of getting 90 percent of the energy needed in the state from renewable sources by 2050. more
When lawmakers begin the legislative session Wednesday, they will be dealing with many of the perennial issues that stem from the ever-rising cost of health care.The Joint Fiscal Office projects that lower-than-expected Medicaid funding from the … more
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