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13 hrs ago | The Burlington Free Press
For two years, Campaign for Vermont has been simmering on the side. Now the group hopes to move into the mix.
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17 hrs ago | Carlsbad Current-Argus
Eighteen different grades of maple syrup are displayed in East Montpelier, Vt. Vermont lawmakers are considering whether to drop the state's traditional maple labeling system in favor of an international one.
An investigation into a Vermont Liquor Control investigator's time sheet was a retaliatory act by management after it was questioned about the overtime collected by the head of the department's enforcement division, according to a new unfair labor practice charge.
A Vermont man convicted of killing a baby 20 years ago has been charged with burglary after police say DNA linked him to a blood-spattered pamphlet at the crime scene.
In this Sept. 4, 2013, file photo, cans of Heady Topper roll off the line at The Alchemist in Waterbury, Vt.
It's a sure sign the holiday season is here. The Vt. Statehouse Christmas tree is ready to be lit.
The Committee on Administrative Rules voted last month against allowing advanced-practice registered nurses and physician assistants to seclude, restrain or medicate patients against their will.
It's called education spending and the tax increases they create. Last year, the state legislature pushed through a 5 cent increase in the statewide property tax for residential and non-residential properties to help pay the freight for educating Vermont's youngsters.
A celebration in Montpelier Wednesday evening-- the eighth light on the menorah in front of the Vt.
But owners Bill and Mary Lou Schmidt made an exception Tuesday for Gov. Peter Shumlin, who came to select a tree for the Pavilion complex that houses his office in Montpelier.
Vermont Yankee's owner and the state are continuing discussions in hopes of reaching an agreement later this month on how to shut down the Vernon nuclear power plant next year.
Treasurer Beth Pearce had a hard act to follow when she stood before House and Senate members recently to urge them to solve a thorny pension problem when they reconvene in January.