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A Massachusetts man was sentenced to serve up to two years in prison for the Vermont portion of a crime spree that included break-ins and stolen vehicles.
Like the federal health care website, Vermont's site has been plagued with problems.
For two years, Campaign for Vermont has been simmering on the side. Now the group hopes to move into the mix.
There was also a single vehicle roll-over crash on Interstate 91 in Thetford. No word on any injuries from either of those crashes.
When Dennis Bathory-Kitz, of Northfield Falls, began researching Vermont's country stores, seemingly a staple of the classic Vermont image, he found little in the way of collected writings.
The idea has been around for several years. As an alternative to hospitalization, Vermonters experiencing their first episode of mental crisis would have the option of an extended-stay rehabilitation home with round-the-clock staffing where the clients wouldn't be forced to take antipsychotic medications.
A Burlington congregation made a short pilgrimage to it's new home Sunday. The Christ Presbyterian Church has leased property from the University of Vermont for the last 35 years.
I can prove the regularity of William Blount's intestinal functions, because his enemies in the U.S. Senate depended on them.
The South End Arts & Business Association is holding its 6th Annual South End Holiday sHOP event on December 6-8, 2013.
Seeing the varied and creative approaches some of these businesses take makes us wish we could sit in on the meetings where they're discussed and developed.
A few months ago former Gov. Madeleine Kunin was invited to speak at events in San Francisco and Cambridge, Mass., hosted by Emerge America, a national political action group that trains women Democrats to help prepare them to run for local, state and national political offices.
As of this moment in time we are officially in the throes of the 2013 holiday season.
The Secretary of Human Services wants a legislative committee to change its ruling on a proposal by the Shumlin administration that would allow more hospital staff members to order emergency involuntary medication to patients under the custody of the Commissioner of Mental Health.
Opponents of the Lowell wind turbines argue that state officials should not have granted storm water runoff permits to Green Mountain Power's Lowell Mountain project.
People always say that Vermont Gov. Jim Douglas is a nice man. But he has character as well as policy failings which we can no longer afford to overlook.