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Tax Package Advances in Montpelier House

3/19/16

Montpelier — A key Vermont House committee has given the go-ahead to legislation that would raise taxes and fees on Vermonters by $48 million next...

Boston — Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, genealogical research website Ancestry.com is making 10 million Catholic parish records from Ireland ...

Newport Jazz Festival Gets New Leader, Funds

3/13/16

Providence, r.i. — Jazz impresario George Wein took another step to secure the future of his 62-year-old Newport Jazz Festival on Thursday, as the...

Providence, r.i. — As most Americans brace themselves for losing an hour of sleep this weekend, some corners of the country are considering bold...

Newport Selectboard 
To Hold Public Hearing Newport — The Selectboard will hold public hearings Monday night on several items that will be decided...

Portland, Maine — The ice fishing shacks that normally dot the Kennebec River and Merrymeeting Bay in the winter have folded up for the year...

Harvard Law Mulls 
Shield Tied to Slavery

3/6/16

Cambridge, Mass. — Harvard Law School should remove its official shield because of its ties to an 18th-century slaveholder, a committee said...

Concord — The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is giving more time for people to comment on a proposal to establish the “Great Thicket National...

White River Junction — Although a bill legalizing the recreational use of marijuana passed 17-12 in the state Senate, some Upper Valley lawmakers...

N.H. Senate Kills Clinic Safety Bill

3/4/16

Concord — The state Senate on Thursday effectively quashed a proposal that would have created a criminal penalty for interfering with the operation...

Act 46 Sparks Debates at Town Meeting

3/4/16

Town Meeting Day provided a clear opportunity for Vermonters to voice their opinion over Act 46, the state’s school consolidation plan — and in...



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