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HANOVER — New rules opening up student-athletes to make money from their name, image and likeness (NIL) may also open up a host of problems for...

HANOVER — When the calendar flipped from June to July, it marked a momentous change in collegiate athletics.After generations of prohibition in the...

For nearly 40 years, Vermont has gotten away with locking up troubled kids behind metal fences topped with spools of razor ribbon on a dead-end...

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — A Quechee man who choked his ex-girlfriend and left her unconscious in the woods in Sharon last December was sentenced to a...

MONTPELIER — The Defender General’s Office has sued Vermont’s only juvenile detention facility, accusing staffers of using “dangerous and painful...

The teenage boy shuffled into the Rutland courthouse in handcuffs and shackles — his wrists and ankles fastened together by a chain looped around...

Hidden in low-lying woods at the end of an unmarked road, the Woodside Juvenile Rehabilitation Center in Colchester has been Vermont’s dark secret...

New London — Robert “Bob” Martin Nilson, 82, passed away peacefully on September 19, 2018. Bob is survived by his wife of 58 years, Nancy; mother...

Hartford — Three towns in the Upper Valley are among the six Vermont towns where state officials have found mosquitoes carrying West Nile virus...

Springfield, Vt. — Mosquitoes in Springfield, Vt., have tested positive for the West Nile virus, Vermont Health Department officials announced on...

Vt. May See New Public Records Law

1/13/18

Vermont lawmakers and the Secretary of State’s Office say they plan to introduce legislation next week proposing changes to state records and open...

White River Jct., Vt. — Niles E. Kelly, 51, died Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, in White River Jct.He was born March 18, 1966, a son of Niles Brown and...

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