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Monkton homeowner Maren Vasatka was among several Vermonters who received notice from Vermont Gas recently about the potential use of eminent domain to make way for a natural gas line.
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On February 13, 1997 Phish began their first headlining tour of Europe at Shepherd's Bush Empire in London.
5 hrs ago | WCAX-TV Burlington
Williston Police, Vermont State Police, the state Hazmat Team and Williston firefighters were on the scene Friday afternoon investigating.
5 hrs ago | WVNY
A press release says the customer support call center is a place where Vermonters can ask questions about Vermont Health Connect, applications, or complete an application over the phone.
9 hrs ago | WCAX-TV Burlington
A major development in the murder of a beloved grandmother and resident of the Northeast Kingdom.
12 hrs ago | The Groton Line
Alia DegenA year ago on a high school trip to Costa Rica, Groton resident and first-year University of Vermont student Alia Degen helped rebuild pathways in the rain forest and pave roads in the capital city, San Jose.
13 hrs ago | The Burlington Free Press
A recent editorial in the Free Press gives me an opportunity to fill in critical facts omitted in the editorial.
What do a South Burlington doctor, a Williston health clinic secretary, a Price Chopper pharmacist and a relapsed drug addict and his brother-in-law have in common? Prescription fraud charges.
On the first Tuesday of March, communities across Vermont hold town meetings at which they elect local officials, approve the coming year's budget and vote on measures announced in advance.
This Town Meeting Day voters shot down school budgets across Vermont, including spending plans in larger areas like Burlington, Montpelier, Colchester and Rutland.
Catamount Tours of Vermont, luxury coach tours serving Bennington County and beyond, will launch with a Travel and Tour night on Tuesday, March 11, at the Mark Skinner Library.
The Dalai Lama opened Thursday's session of the U.S. Senate with the daily invocation.
Vermont native Alex Deibold says just being at the Olympics in Sochi and competing was an incredible experience, but getting a medal was something else.
When Stephanie Jaquelyn Rieke took her mom's advice to sell her yummy granola, she founded Nutty Steph's 10 years ago.
The Community College of Vermont recently announced that it received an $81,000 grant that will allow the college to improve the services it provides to veterans.
Gov. Peter Shumlin shared the stage with President Barack Obama Wednesday in Connecticut, as the region mulls a substantial hike in the minimum wage.
The Vermont Department of Corrections is launching a new emergency notification system that allows the department to alert the public about training exercises and emergencies.