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Monday | WCAX-TV Burlington
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.
Would same-sex marriage undermine traditional marriage?
Are you smart enough to be a US Marine?
Monday | Mashable
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.
Monday | The Burlington Free Press
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.
Monday Dec 2 | Queerty
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.
With the University of Vermont just up the hill and the shores of Lake Champlain on its western edge, Burlington is a city to spend some time with anytime of the year.
Strolling along Ithaca Commons in Upstate New York is a crash course in College Town, U.S.A. Spitting distance from both Cornell and Ithaca College, the four-block pedestrian area buzzes with vendors, cafA©s, festivals, and, of course, students around every bend.
As the holiday shopping season gets underway, local retailers are asking Vermonters to spend their money at their stores.
If you've ever sat through a university graduation ceremony, you may have taken the time to peruse the dissertation titles of graduating doctoral students.
Vermont's main electric utility and the University of Vermont are going to be working together to promote educational, environmental and economic development growth in the state.