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A Vermont man is accused of using stolen identities in a scheme to defraud banks now faces federal charges.
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A woman who said she was sexually abused over several years in the 1990s was awarded $35 million by a civil court jury, though her attorney acknowledged it was unlikely the defendant would ever be able to pay all of it.
What started out as a nice evening on the lake almost turned into tragedy, but the three men who fell into the water were saved by an unlikely rescue team.
The alleged victim in this case is the Smugglers' Notch ski resort. The Lamoille County prosecutor's office says former employee Andrea Miller will be charged with 35 counts of false pretenses-- 26 of them felonies.
The conference room was transformed into a studio as part of the "Creative Tuesdays" program.
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Grace Potter & The Nocturnals have revealed the lineup for this summer's Grand Point North music festival, which takes place in Burlington, VT's Waterfront Park on September 13 and 14. Trampled By Turtles , The War On Drugs , Dr. John and Lake Street Dive are just a few of the acts who will join Grace and the Nocs in Burlington this summer.
Registration is open for Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility's 24th Annual Spring Conference on May 14. VBSR's largest event of the year, and Vermont's largest gathering of socially responsible business professionals, will be held from 7:30 AM to 5:30 PM at the University of Vermont's Davis Center in Burlington.
"They have their name. Then everybody has the same last name, Sherpa," said Tashi Sherpa, owner of Himalayan Food Market.
Smoking prevalence varies by socioeconomic status -- particularly in terms of educational attainment -- putting economically-disadvantaged women at greater risk for smoking during pregnancy and related negative outcomes, including miscarriage, preterm birth, SIDS, and other later adverse effects.
Ah, the life of Donald Wiedenmayer. We've run across several of his photographs while searching for street scenes in the Vermont Landscape Change photo archive, and it seems that he was tasked with going all around the state, photographing random and not-so-random intersections.
Lisa Peduzzi, 51, a former claims examiner with the Vermont Office of Risk Management, is charged with falsifying insurance claims to buy big ticket items with taxpayer dollars.