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The Vermont secretary of state's office says 150 years of judicial records from Caledonia County are now available for use by researchers.
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Vt. judge denies new lawyers for murder suspects
With trembling hands and heaving breaths, Patricia Prue spoke publicly Tuesday for the first time since Vt.
Woman seeks probation release in Vt. stepmom death
A former Vermont woman who served prison time for her role in the killing of her stepmother in 2000 says she wants to be free from the restrictions of probation.
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Woman connected to Hardwick bank robbery charged with hold-ups in Connecticut
A former Winooski woman who admitted last month to robbing a Hardwick bank in September has been formally charged in Connecticut with three other bank hold-ups, police said.
Vt. Senate greenlights driving privileges for immigrant farmworkers
Immigration is a federal responsibility, outside the purview of states. But Vermont State senators say they'll do what they can while they continue to wait for national reform.