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Byline: By Wilson Ring

BELLOWS FALLS, Vt. — A Vermont tattoo artist who has long offered free removal or covering of hateful skin art like swastikas, SS lightning bolts...

The Vermont Legislature hopes to give final approval this week to a state budget for the first quarter of the fiscal year that begins July 1...

Vermont Gov. Phil Scott on Monday extended for another month the state of emergency imposed to help the state cope with the COVID-19 pandemic...

The Vermont Legislature gave final approval Friday to a bill that will allow mail-in voting for the November presidential election in case the...

The outbreak of COVID-19 that began in the city of Winooski on Memorial Day has grown to 62 cases, including 24 children, and spread to other...

Hair stylists and barbers are back in business Friday as part of the latest round of business reopenings in Vermont from COVID-19 shutdowns.The...

Vermont Republican Gov. Phil Scott announced Thursday he is running for reelection, but he won’t hire staff, actively campaign or raise money until...

The state of Vermont is now offering free testing for the virus that causes COVID-19 to anyone who wants one, even people without symptoms, the...

Vermont is allowing some elective health care procedures to resume as the state emerges from its COVID-19 shutdown, Gov. Phil Scott announced...

The state of Vermont gave the return-to-work spigot another quarter-turn Friday by expanding the number of people who may work at the same outdoor...

The Vermont House of Representatives held its first full, online floor session on Thursday, a legislative response to the COVID-19 pandemic’s need...

BURLINGTON — A ferry company that transports passengers and vehicles across Lake Champlain between Vermont and New York wants to see a century-old...

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