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32 min ago | The Vermont Standard
At 96 years old, she wears arthritic gloves over her hands and hearing aids in her ears, but she doesn't focus on what she can't do, she concentrates on what she can.
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2 hrs ago | The Burlington Free Press
Colchester police Sgt. Jim Roy has been in law enforcement in Vermont for 29 years.
It was a great day on Tuesday when Vermont became the fourth state to legalize same-sex marriage and the first state in the country to enact it without a court order.
Reuters June 16, 2014. In a 28 to 2 vote the Vermont Senate passed the Mandatory GMO Food Labeling Law.
Northern New England has made a strong showing in the Princeton Review's 2014 guide to "green colleges," with 18 colleges and universities receiving recognition.
With the snow melting away, people in Central Vermont were thinking about getting out into the woods on their four wheelers.
The 2014 national winners of Scholastic Art & Writing Awards have been announced, and four Vermont students are recipients of Gold, Silver, and American Visions & Voices Medals.
Sheriff Chad D. Schmidt said the department's black and gray uniforms have all been replaced with spruce green ones.
A House panel Friday passed legislation to regulate toxic chemicals found in children's products despite strong opposition from industry representatives who say it will impose unnecessary costs on manufacturers and provide only minor public health benefits.
Vermont has six colleges that get the green ranking, including two, Middlebury College and Green Mountain College, which got the highest possible score.
Vermont claimed the second-lowest unemployment rate in the nation in March with just 3.4 percent of the workforce without jobs.
You'd think that in the 21st Century, we could do things better than we did in the 1930's.
Lisa Peduzzi, 51, a former claims examiner with the Vermont Office of Risk Management, is charged with falsifying insurance claims to buy big ticket items with taxpayer dollars.
The Vermont Department of Labor reports the seasonally-adjusted statewide unemployment rate for March was 3.4 percent.
Vermont lawmakers are learning of the challenges of meeting the needs of people who are addicted to heroin and other drugs.
Each year, the second full week of April is dedicated to the men and women who serve as public safety telecommunicators.