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Editorial: Lamakers' realistic view allows for immigration changes
Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., holds a news conference on Friday in Montpelier, Vt. Leahy says reforming the U.S. immigration system requires a comprehensive, rather than a piecemeal, approach.The Vermont Democrat's comments came three days after the Senate Judiciary Committee, which Leahy chairs, approved a package including a path to citizenship for ... (more)
Fri May 24, 2013
Vt. State Police probe maple syrup theft
Police say David Allen reported on Friday that the syrup was stored in bulk barrels, and was valued at about $1,200. Anyone with information regarding this crime is encouraged to contact the Vermont State Police at 300-4919, or to leave an anonymous tip by texting "CRIMES" to keyword VTIPS.
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Ride of Silence
Standing on the state house steps at 5:15 in a light drizzle, I waited to see if anyone would show up to participate in this year's Ride of Silence.
BBA student wins Congressional art award
On Monday May 6, Congressman Peter Welch announced the winner of the 32nd Annual Congressional Art Competition at the Vermont College of Fine Arts in Montpelier.
Thu May 23, 2013
List of Vt. road closures due to flooding
VERMONT ROUTE 2A AT EXIT 12 TO WALKER HILL IS CLOSED DUE TO WATER ON THE ROAD WAY Many Vermont roads turned to rivers Thursday night.
Like a nagging parent, Ted Coles deals every day with the food scraps left on Vermonters' plates.
Long Trail student wins art award
Bethany Marsfelder of Londonderry was awarded the Congressman's Choice Award for excellence for her painting entitled "Freedom's Horizon." Marsfelder, a ninth grader at Long Trail School, combined watercolor and collage on canvas to portray a scene of the Jefferson Memorial from across the Potomac River during the height of cherry blossom season.
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Applications for US unemployment aid fall to 340K
In this April 4, 2013 file photo, people line up for entry to a job fair in Montpelier, Vt.
Get Moving, Part 1
From grooving to the Beatles to Frisbee golf; it's all about getting kids moving in physical education at the Union Elementary School in Montpelier.
Ticking Off All 251 Towns in Vermont, One Photo at a Time
Years ago, after quitting her job as an investment banker, Melanie Considine turned to her true passion: photography.
Wed May 22, 2013
Vt. man claims governor took advantage of him in land deal
Jeremy Dodge doesn't want to leave his childhood home in East Montpelier. But his days on Foster Road are numbered.
Vermont boasts 52 parks around the state with a variety of options for camping and day use.
Vt. man drowns off Florida Keys
The Monroe County Sheriff's office says early Sunday morning, two people fishing off a bridge reported seeing Mark Parent, 55, of Enosburgh, floating in the water, yelling for help.
Union files charges of unfair labor practices
United Electrical Workers represents more than 350 employees at U.S. Customs and Immigration Services in St.
Fri May 17, 2013
Vt. schools face challenges funding construction
"It's been painted, but it's nonetheless-- it's worn and it's got some rot," Principal Adam Rosen said.
Thu May 16, 2013
Committee to advise Montpelier on pedestrians
Vermont's capital has a new committee to help it attain its goal becoming a nationally known bike and pedestrian-friendly city.
LTS student wins Congressional Award
Bethany Marsfelder of Londonderry was recently awarded the Congressman's Choice Award for excellence on her painting titled "Freedom's Horizon." Marsfelder, a ninth grader at Long Trail School, combined watercolor and collage on canvas to portray a scene of the Jefferson Memorial from across the Potomac River during the height of cherry blossom ... (more)
Wed May 15, 2013
Cabot moving administrative staff to Waitsfield
Agri-Mark, which owns Cabot Creamery, is buying and renovating a 28,000-square-foot facility in the Waitsfield Industrial Park for $2.8 million.