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Byline: By Lisa Rathke

MONTPELIER — Vermont is getting what is believed to be its first Black police chief at a time of protests in Vermont and nationwide over racial...

Vermont is moving ahead with a ban on single-use plastic bags on July 1 to cut down on plastics in the waste stream, though some other states...

New Hampshire’s short stretch of coastline will reopen to swimmers, walkers and runners June 1, but sunbathers will have to wait, Gov. Chris Sununu...

MONTPELIER — Vermont Gov. Phil Scott on Wednesday proposed a $400 million economic relief and recovery package funded by the federal economic...

Twin states plot to reopen

5/8/20

Child care programs that had to close amid the coronavirus outbreak may reopen starting June 1 and camps may operate this summer under soon-to-be...

MARSHFIELD, Vt. — They were far away from home — young adults from Latin America, working seasonally at U.S. ski resorts. Then the coronavirus...

MARSHFIELD, Vt. — This was supposed to be rebound year for dairy farmers embattled by at least four years of depressed milk prices — and then the...

MONTPELIER — It’s only a matter of time before the new coronavirus reaches Vermont, and the state is ready to respond if it spreads, Gov. Phil...

MONTPELIER — Vermont’s minimum wage will increase to $12.55 an hour by 2022 after the Democrat-led House voted Tuesday to override the Republican...

BURLINGTON — A man authorities say killed the mother of his children in South Burlington and then fled to Jamaica, leaving the victim’s family...

FAIR HAVEN, Vt. — It’s Lincoln the goat versus Sammy the dog in the race for honorary mayor of one Vermont town. The Nubian goat had won the post...

WEYBRIDGE, Vt. — When Revolutionary War soldier Josiah Clark was buried in a small Vermont cemetery near a river bank in 1835, it was supposed to...

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