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Troup - Standing in the midst of a poinsettia-filled greenhouse at Color Spot Nurseries, two men work in tandem, carefully spraying adhesive on the plants' leaves that will hold fast an iridescent glitter being shaken upon them.
Should vaccinations for children be legally required?
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New research by University of Vermont Associate Professor of Medicine Jeffrey Spees, Ph.D., and colleagues has identified a new tool that could help facilitate future stem cell therapy for the more than 700,000 Americans who suffer a heart attack each year.
Vermont author Frank Manchel will sign copies of his latest work, 'Exits and Entrances' at Chef's Corner in Williston Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon.
"A coffee shop is a place you can go to be safe, and there is no obligation," says Kevin Clayton, who opened Village Wine and Coffee in Shelburne in February 2005.
After completing Vermont's largest bumble bee survey, biologists say about a quarter of the 15 different bee species found in the state have been severely diminished or are gone altogether.
It happened at the North Star Motel on Shelburne Road just before 5 p.m. Police say a man and woman entered from the back -- and when the clerk asked if she could help them -- the woman allegedly hit in her the face with a wooden object -- and made off with an undisclosed amount of cash.
The band is often thought of as a modern-day Grateful Dead due to its penchant for impressively long shows that feature extended passages of improvised jamming and its cult-like following of fans who travel around the country to follow the band on tour.
Megabus will move its pick-up and drop-off location to University Place on the University of Vermont's campus Tuesday, a university spokesman said Monday.
He said/she said/ zewhat now? Preferred Gender Pronouns are becoming commonplace in LGBT focused student organizations at colleges across the country.
The weekly meetings of Mouthing Off!, a group for students at Mills College in Oakland who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender, always start the same way.
Robert Manning, a professor at the University of Vermont, and his wife, Martha, have been living in Vermont for more than 35 years.
Bundled in puffy jackets and scarves and braving wet snow flurries, about 30 people gathered on the University of Vermont campus green Wednesday evening to watch Rabbi Yitzchok Raskin light the first candle on a giant menorah, marking the first night of Hanukkah.