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Byline: By MARK JOHNSON

A Massachusetts man is heading to court after allegedly throwing a “large pickle” out of a moving car that struck an Agency of Transportation...

WARREN, Vt. — The trend of out-of-state corporations purchasing Vermont ski resorts is continuing with the sale of Sugarbush Resort in Warren to a...

MONTPELIER — The Vermont State Police are set to purchase 200 high-powered service rifles, a purchase scuttled by lawmakers earlier this year when...

Settlement talks will continue for another month in a case involving a boy with a difficult upbringing kicked out of a Town of Waterbury summer...

A 33-year-old White River Junction Army soldier with advanced colon cancer provided compelling, tear-provoking testimony on the health hazards...

Lawmakers selected a new leader for the Vermont National Guard on Thursday, choosing Col. Greg Knight to replace Maj. Gen. Steven Cray as adjutant...

The Vermont State Police would rather spend more than $560,000 allocated for officer body cameras on weapons instead, including AR-15 semi...

Burlington — At least three Burlington police officers suffered concussions and other injuries including hearing loss after receiving repeated...

Gov. Scott Backs Review of Guard

12/21/18

Warren — Gov. Phil Scott expressed support on Thursday for the Legislature to investigate the Vermont National Guard and said he wanted policy...

Gov. Phil Scott has violated the state’s code of ethics by maintaining an ongoing financial relationship with a company doing business with the...

Vt. Campers Subjected To Racial Slurs

8/20/18

Youths of color attending a summer camp in Stowe earlier this month were targets of racial slurs and other offensive behavior, according to parents...

A utility executive who went through a high-profile gender transition is planning to run for governor.Christine Hallquist, who has been chief...

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