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Vermont police say a 22-year-old Newport man is in jail on charges of stealing a school bus and two other vehicles.
Hotel Vermont quietly opened its doors Friday after 18 months of construction, though not all its 125 guest rooms are quite finished.
Vermont seemed more likely than ever to become the first US state to mandate the labeling of genetically modified food after a bill passed the state house, though legislators worry about a lawsuit threat from biotech giant Monsanto.
Vermont's unemployment rate continues to decline. The seasonally adjusted rate dropped one-tenth of a percentage point in April to 4 percent.
The award is presented annually to an individual for outstanding service efforts over a career in the water industry.
Vermont is about to become the third US state to legalize doctor-assisted suicide.
Kudos to Green Mountain College for its announcement this week that it is committing to divest its $3.1 million endowment from companies profiting from fossil fuels.
Democrats and Republicans are trying to figure out who is behind Internal Revenue Service agents singling out conservative groups for extra scrutiny.
Anyone with information is asked to call Vermont State Police at 802-748-3111 or the Vermont Arson Tip Award Program at 1-800-32-ARSON. A suburban New York man is expected to be arraigned in a Vermont courtroom on a charge that he killed his wife almost two decades ago.
Relief is in the works for drivers fed up with trying to find a spot at the Richmond park and ride.
The Battenkill Grange will hold a pancake breakfast on Saturday, May 19 from 8 - 10 a.m. at the Battenkill Grange #487, located on route 313 west at the covered bridge in Arlington.
It will be the third time a state has legalized doctor assisted suicide. The law will apply to only those over the age of 18 and is very specific about the situations it pertains to.
For more than a decade, the number of Vermonters treated for heroin addiction held steady at around 600 or 700 individuals a year, even as the number treated for synthetic opiates such as oxycodone skyrocketed.
"I do sheep shearing for a living in the spring time," said Peter Brandt, who travels the back roads of Vermont giving haircuts.