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1 hr ago | Manchester Journal
Inevitably, violating principles of sustainable spending has both fiscal and political consequences.
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6 hrs ago | Northern Virginia Daily
Vermont and Virginia sit right beside each other in an alphabetical list, and when it comes to the Battle of Cedar Creek, they're just as intertwined.
6 hrs ago | The Willits News
From its dawn through the mid-twentieth century, 90 percent of all gloves sold in the United States were manufactured in Gloversville, New York; making it one of the most appropriately named cities on the continent.
9 hrs ago | WPTZ-TV Plattsburgh
Police and prosecutors in Vermont's most populous county are discussing prostitution, and the serious crimes that come with it.
10 hrs ago | The Bennington Banner
There are currently over 90,000 Vermonters who receive 3SquaresVT benefits to help them buy more food for their families.
14 hrs ago | The Deerfield Valley News
Readsboro Community Library is pleased to invite you to view and discuss the Freedom & Unity: The Vermont Movie is the first-ever documentary series about Vermont.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit ruled for Vermont in a case seeking to overturn aspects of the state's campaign finance laws.
Over 100 of the state's best golfers were on hand at the Burlington Country Club Monday for the opening round of the Vermont State Amateur men's golf championship.
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.
Vermont and New Hampshire are both in the top five of a new study on annual beer consumption.
Cold Hollow Cider Mill in Waterbury Center is a popular tourist attraction in Vermont.
Scott Milne, the GOP front-runner in the race for Vermont governor, says he was arrested three times when he was a college student - twice for driving under the influence of alcohol and once for possession of what he says was a small amount of pot and cocaine.
In recent years, Americans have increasingly moved away from beer consumption in favor of wines and spirits.
Malcom "Mac" Parker was sentenced last year for his role overseeing the fundraising and filming aspects of a movie project that shortchanged hundreds of Vermonters.
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.
With the lines drawn over Vermont's recent passage of a GMO labeling law, two advocacy organizations have announced that they will be filing a motion to intervene in a lawsuit launched against Vermont by national food manufacturers.
Harold Ryan Jr. tells the St. Albans Messenger he was just 2-years-old when his parents built the theater in 1948, and it was just the second theater of its kind in Vermont at the time.
Updated: Wed Jul 09, 2014 06:07 pm
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