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Vermonters Making A Difference #1: David Allaire, Mayor of Rutland
Rutland is a great place to raise a family, even as city leaders work on housing, police recruitment, and opioid epidemic challenges, Mayor David Allaire says.
50-60 MPH winds, rain, and flash freeze loom in coming weekend storm
Old Man Winter plans to thump Vermont this weekend. Be ready!
Have you seen this masked man?
Berlin police are seeking this masked man for making fraudulent withdrawals at credit unions.
Watercooler: New housing for Williston
One of the few fast-growing Vermont communities appears poised to add 93 more housing units.
VT transgender/transhumanist created android copy of wife
An early investor in Beta Technologies and legal advocate for transgender legislation, Martine Rothblatt also has created a socially-interactive android copy of a loved one.
School teacher busted for child sex assault to spend Christmas in Nazareth
A school teacher and Vermont resident accused of repeated sexual assault of a child will spend his Christmas holiday in Nazareth.
Leahy’s $1.7 trillion spending bill renames Lake Champlain Basin Program after himself
A Lake Champlain protection program long favored by Sen. Patrick Leahy will bear his name if his $1.7 trillion spending bill passes.
Superintendent of NEK school with mask requirement shuts down opponent
In the elementary school serving the Caledonia County town of Newark (pop. 589), masks aren’t a thing of the past. The local superintendent wants a mask mandate opponent to butt out.
‘Can you hear me now?’ In much of rural VT, answer still no
The red lines on the map show where drivers found no cell service at all. Very few of them are in populous Chittenden County.