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The Vermont Agency of Transportation completed repair work on the Sand Hill Bridge connecting Middlebury to East Middlebury on Route 125.
Milne addressed a crowd of about 80 of the Republican party faithful, including former Gov. Jim Douglas, Lt.
It's official. Businessman Scott Milne kicked off his campaign to unseat Gov. Peter Shumlin, D-Vermont.
The fight over the Veterans Affairs scandal has moved from hospital waiting rooms to Washington, D.C. Lawmakers are scrambling to come up with an agreement on a massive bill to pay for improved care in light of a scathing report that uncovered falsified wait times.
Testimony before a legislative committee shows Vermont's health care exchange still suffers from numerous problems, and thousands of Vermonters have not been able to get the coverage they need.
In May Gov. Peter Shumlin ordered the Agency of Human Services to develop a plan to reorganize DCF, following the deaths of two toddlers involved with the department.
The Bullies are worried sick. The Bullies are worried sick about Vermont. They think democracy has gone wrong because voters there just passed a law , which will take effect on 1 July 2016 that would make it possible for shoppers to know which of their foods contain DNA from GMOs .
A report showing that Vermont had more gun-related deaths than highway fatalities in 2011 is an anomaly, sportsmen's groups say.
Hipsters, meet Switchel. It's an American heritage beverage made of apple cider vinegar, ginger and sweetener.
The Tuesday, July 15, meeting of the Bennington Development Review Board brought us grandstanding politicians reckless and seemingly slanderous accusations and a frustrated, yet representative minority of the local electorate.
Now that Bruce Lisman has dropped his interest in a run for governor, his organization, Campaign for Vermont, is looking to go mainstream.
Rand Corporation representatives will be in Vermont next week to begin work on a study of the effects that marijuana legalization might have on the state's economy, individual health and public safety.
In late June, about 16,400 Vermont households received a letter and $21 dollars from the state.
For the past two months, a big, orange truck with strobe lights has been rolling around Vermont's highways, but as different as it may look, it's helping the state is a big way.
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 02:38 am
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