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Vermont kept its No. 2 national ranking in the well-being of the state's children, ranking highly on education, family and community factors, according to statistics compiled by the Annie E. Casey Foundation.
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The resiliency sites are part of an expanded cellular network being implemented across the state of .
The Tuesday, July 15, meeting of the Bennington Development Review Board brought us grandstanding politicians reckless and seemingly slanderous accusations and a frustrated, yet representative minority of the local electorate.
The event is going to be held at Barre's Aldrich Library at 11:15 a.m. The event will be followed by burgers for his supporters at the nearby Barre Elks Club.
Vermont State Police continue their search for a stolen dog. The owner, Linda Loney told WCAX that she is offering a $5,000 reward for the safe return of the "Maggie", no questions asked.
The United States is finally poised to take an important step to curb carbon pollution that is contributing to climate disruption across the globe after decades of denial, hand-wringing, foot-dragging and lawsuits.
Construction is underway on a 16-mile stretch of what will become a 90-mile rail-trail across northern Vermont between St. Johnsbury and Swanton.
Vermont's official unemployment rate ticked up to 3.5 percent in June, placing it in a three-way tie with Nebraska and Utah for the second-lowest rate among U.S. states.
Now that Bruce Lisman has dropped his interest in a run for governor, his organization, Campaign for Vermont, is looking to go mainstream.
The State Legislature proclaimed 2015 as the Year of the Arts in Vermont. Alex Aldrich, Executive Director of the Vermont Arts Council is excited about promoting art projects around the state in 2015.
Workers say it's not uncommon to see the furry, bug-eating bats flying around, especially during the summer months when they seek cooler, air-conditioned hallways.
A top U-S health official says Vermont is doing a good job helping residents learn about the risks and benefits of vaccinations.
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Diana Sheltra , the owner of Double Entry Bookkeeping , passed the Enrolled Agent exam given by the Internal Revenue Service.
Rand Corporation representatives will be in Vermont next week to begin work on a study of the effects that marijuana legalization might have on the state's economy, individual health and public safety.
In late June, about 16,400 Vermont households received a letter and $21 dollars from the state.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 04:08 am
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