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Ex-house sitter agrees to stay away from actor Luis Guzman

ST. JOHNSBURY, Vt. (AP) - A Vermont man who used to house-sit for character actor Luis Guzman has agreed to stay at least 300 feet away from him.

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School bus, car collide in Durham; car driver removed

DURHAM, N.H. (AP) - Authorities have responded to a school bus-car collision in Durham, New Hampshire.

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Local & Regional Briefs for Friday, May 22, 2015

Newport Woman Pleads Guilty In Claremont Shooting Involvement Newport -- A 22-year-old Sunapee woman last week pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit robbery for her role in a February shooting incident…

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Boy Scouts Leader: End Ban on Gays

Robert M. Gates, president of the Boy Scouts of America, said Thursday that the organization's ban on gay leaders "cannot be sustained" and urged the group to end its national ban. "I truly fear that any…

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Senate Gives Obama Authority on Trade

Washington -- Republicans and a small band of Democrats rescued President Obama's trade agenda from the brink of failure Thursday, clearing a key hurdle in the Senate but leaving the final outcome in doubt. …

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Report: Privacy Rules Slow to be Implemented

Washington -- The Justice Department flouted for seven years a provision requiring it to create privacy rules for use of an intelligence-gathering tool authorized by the USA Patriot Act, the department's…

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Ready to Swim

Todd Danis and his son Jake, 5, were on hand while John Aldrich of Mountain Milk fills the Danis' 8,400-gallon pool in Bradford on Thursday. Danis said his children use the pool just about every day over…

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Split Maple

Larry Benoir, right, and his nephew Jacob Benoir, both of Randolph, were hired by Muriel Carpenter to split wood from a Maple tree that was felled by the power company in her front yard in Randolph on…

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Fabled Syria Ruins, Artifacts Under Islamic State Control

Beirut -- Islamic State militants have entered the museum in the captured Syrian city of Palmyra, but there was no immediate word about the fate of precious artifacts or of the fabled ruins outside town,…

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School Security Is Up, And Violence Is Down

The rate of violent incidents in the nation's public schools fell between the 2009-2010 and 2013-2014 school years, a period in which security measures such as surveillance cameras became more widespread,…

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Complaints Lead to Shorter Common Core Tests

The Common Core-aligned tests that made their debut in 11 states and the District of Columbia this spring will be approximately 90 minutes shorter next year, a change that comes after parents, teachers…

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Law enforcement gathering to honor fallen officers

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - The annual New Hampshire Law Enforcement Officers Memorial gathering is scheduled to take place in Concord.

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Woodstock man sentenced to 27 months on fraud charges

BRATTLEBORO, Vt. (AP) - A Woodstock businessman has been sentenced to 27 months in prison after pleading guilty to federal fraud charges.

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Clinton heads to New Hampshire for second campaign trip

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - Hillary Rodham Clinton is heading to New Hampshire for the second time during her presidential campaign, with a focus on small businesses and the economy.

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NH, Maine state police to discuss Memorial Day patrols

SEABROOK, N.H. (AP) - New Hampshire and Maine State Police are holding a news conference to discuss their increased patrols this Memorial Day weekend.

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Memorial Day weekend marks Vermont State Parks opening

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) - Memorial Day weekend marks the official opening of the season for Vermont's 52 state parks.

May 21
Windsor Wins in Battle of Rebuilding Teams

Windsor -- It has not been a season full of victories for Windsor or Woodstock, but there was a bit of satisfaction for both teams at MacLeay-Royce field Thursday afternoon. The Yellowjackets were 10-3…