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Ex-Vermont employee faces embezzlement charges
A former state employee was charged Friday with embezzling more than $50,000 by using what Gov. Peter Shumlin called a "fairly sophisticated" scheme that involved setting up false claims against the state and then using the money that was to pay those claims for her own purposes.
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Thu Apr 17, 2014
Record cold in northern New England
The National Weather Service says the temperature dipped to 22 early Thursday in Portland, breaking the old record of 24 set in 2003.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Correction: Health Overhaul-Audit story
In a story April 12 about a planned review of the rollout of the Vermont Health Connect website by the state auditor, The Associated Press incorrectly reported how much had been spent on the project so far.
Brothers Benjy and Jonny Adler got into the food business in 2003 when they opened a crAape cart on Church Street in Burlington.
A New Book Remembers Vermont Architect George Guernsey
In 1897, residents of the recently established city of Montpelier elected George H. Guernsey as their third mayor.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Rains in northern New England add to flood threat
Heavy rains and melting snow and ice pushed rivers toward or above flood stage around Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine on Tuesday and flooded some roads in the region.
Monpelier Preps for Flooding
The city is bracing for the Winooski River to crest Tuesday night. It would put water levels one foot too high.
Warnings about rising rivers across our region
Flood warnings are in effect around our region as heavy rains begin to move through.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Prepare for possible flooding
Monday was a day we've all been hoping for with beautiful weather and temperatures, but the Winooski River is telling a different story.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Snowy Owls Drifting Deeper South
The snowy owl, typically a resident of the Arctic, has been delving further south as of late, and has been spotted in parts of the New England region of the northeastern United States.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
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Fri Apr 11, 2014
Correction: Heroin-Vermont story
In a story April 5 about Vermont's heroin problem, The Associated Press , relying on information provided by the Vermont Health Department , reported erroneously on a statistic about the drug's use.
The Brattleboro Reformer
Westminster takes over historic site
Ever since the Vermont Division of Historic Preservation found out in 1991 that the William Czar Bradley Law Office had been left to the state, there have been discussions about turning the historic site over to the local historical society.
The Bennington Banner
School board consolidation proposal draws passionate crowd
Vermonters feel passionately about their local schools, and that passion was evident on Wednesday night as people from around the state came to testify at a hearing in Montpelier.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Miller to Quarterback State Health Care Reform Efforts
Secretary of Administration Jeb Spaulding announces that Patricia Moulton Powden will take over as secretary of commerce and Lawrence Miller will become chief of health care reform.
Super Senior: Clyde Twitchell
Clyde Twitchell knows the town well, he's live here most of his life. On Tuesdays he gets a lift to work.
Time for a change
Act 60, and its successor, Act 68, have been controversial pieces of legislation ever since their origins in the historic Brigham decision handed down by the Vermont Supreme Court in 1997.
Wilson decides against re-election effort
Voters in the district that includes Manchester, Arlington, Sandgate and most of Sunderland will have at least one new name to check off on their ballots for state representative come November.
The Bennington Banner
'Day Under the Dome' introduces Hiland Hall students to the Statehouse
Students from Bennington's Hiland Hall School visited the Vermont Statehouse on Tuesday, where they met Gov. Peter Shumlin and were recognized by the House of Representatives.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
The Bennington Banner
Chamber members discuss Welcome Center traffic during Montpelier trip
Members of the Bennington Area Chamber of Commerce and other citizens met with Edward B. von Turkovich, director of the Department of Buildings and General Services and Government Business Services, at the Statehouse on Tuesday to discuss Bennington's new Welcome Center.