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MONTPELIER -- About $450,000 in grants will go to 42 Vermont communities for revitalization and to help plan for future growth and development and protect them from future floods.
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You'd think that in the 21st Century, we could do things better than we did in the 1930's.
Dial 911 on a classroom phone in most Vermont schools, and the dispatcher at an emergency call center will see the correct address for the school, but won't know where in the school building the call was made.
Some of Vermont's craft beers are so popular they are being re-sold illegally on the internet, and now the state is cracking down.
In recent weeks, Vermont Chief Justice Paul Reiber has gone public with an unusually assertive critique of the war on drugs and the "tough on crime" approach that has defined criminal justice for decades.
Jericho native Sarah Hotchkiss trained as a violist from the age of 11, played in the Vermont Youth Orchestra and attended the Crane School of Music in Potsdam, N.Y., for her first two years of college.
Vermont liquor investigators say a 28-year-old Burlington woman is facing charges she illegally sold five cases of a popular, hard-to-get beer online.
Ken Squier, president and owner of the Radio Vermont Group, and radio station WDEV AM & FM in Waterbury, which is part of RVG, were selected to receive the Matthew Lyon Award for their lifetime commitment to the First Amendment and the public's right to know the truth in Vermont.
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Grundfos' ultra-efficient ALPHA and MAGNA pumps have been designated to participate in Efficiency Vermont's High-Performance Circulator Pump Program.
The Air Force on Tuesday will announce plans to base a squadron of F-35s in Vermont, largely ending years of debate on the basing of the next-generation fighter in the state.
A former Vermont fire captain has been sentenced to 13 months in jail after he was convicted of conspiring to set more than 20 fires on public land in 2008.
Two independent sources tell WPTZ NewsChannel 5 that military leaders have selected Vermont to base 18 to 24 F-35s.
Vermont Attorney General Bill Sorrel is warning people that donations to professional fundraisers frequently result in only a small fraction of the donations reaching the intended charity.
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