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Despite Sen. John McCain's belief to the contrary, the situation in Iraq has become increasingly twisted and convoluted.
Ten children between the ages of 3 and 17 were confirmed to have been infected with whooping cough, or pertussis, in the month of June.
The Vermont Agency of Transportation will have to put $100 million worth of bridge, road and rail projects on hold if Congress does not shore up the federal highway trust fund by Aug. 1. In all, 38 projects could be affected.
A woman who died while tubing down the Deerfield River in western Massachusetts last weekend has been identified as a Vermont resident.
The woman who died while tubing down the Deerfield River in western Massachusetts last weekend has been identified as Vermont resident.
Greenberg's Lumber Yard will be closed by Sept. 1, because according to a member of the Greenberg family they could not reach a deal over the real estate property with the company they sold the business to last year.
"As poetry is the harmony of words, so music is that of notes; and as poetry is a rise above prose and oratory, so is music the exaltation of poetry."
On June 27, at approximately 3:30 p.m., the Brattleboro Police Department responded to the Hannaford Supermarket on Putney Road for the report of a shoplifter.
With the state pushing hard to reduce the amount of trash sent to landfills, Windham Solid Waste Management District is turning its attention to local schools.
At least one of the top candidates has turned down an offer to be Brattleboro's new town manager and the Selectboard is planning on providing an update on the drawn-out process at next week's meeting.
It's hard to be too discouraged when hundreds of people show up to watch a parade in a steady rain.
On Tuesday, July 8, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., Hildene will host a "Native Pollinator Walk and Talk: Field Identification and Habitat Enhancement" with organic farmer, John Hayden, of The Farm Between.
As a member of the House Education Committee, state Rep. Valerie Stuart found herself in the middle of one of the biggest debates of the 2014 session: Whether Vermont's small schools should consolidate.
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