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Vermont police organizations said Friday they oppose increasing the number of medical marijuana dispensaries in the state or legalizing the drug and that Gov. Peter Shumlin's administration appears tolerant of marijuana.
Vermonters who have been waiting to get solar panels will finally be able to make their homes more energy efficient.
According to a press release from the State Police, Gordon Bills, 23, and Cody Thompson, 20, are suspected of burglaries committed in Wardsboro, Stratton, Jamaica, Newfane, and surrounding towns.
For the sixth consecutive year, Vermont Symphony Orchestra patrons donated to a food drive to benefit the Vermont Foodbank through the Chittenden Emergency Food Shelf, the BROC Food Shelf, and the Our Place Drop-In Center.
A 2012 Vermont law designed to root racial and ethnic bias out of police work is being implemented unevenly, and there's not enough data to determine how big the problems are, minority advocates told lawmakers Thursday.
Vermont Arts Exchange's Basement Music Series presents An Evening of Blues. Blues Sanctuary will grace the basement stage.
Vermont is digging out from the winter blast that has blanketed the region. Some places across the state have seen 2 feet of snow.
Last February, in what he calls a "drive of desperation," Vermont Farm Table Owner Dustin Glasscoe finally found the space here for the 10,000-square-foot wood shop he's counting on to carry his company into the future.
For most of the night, one of the only vehicles that could get you anywhere in this storm was a snow groomer.
While some of northern New England has already had more than its share of snow this winter, Vermont on Wednesday braced for what could be the biggest snowstorm of the season, with up to 2 feet of snow expected in some spots.
More than 2,500 health care providers that serve Vermonters could be working together to help control costs by focusing on keeping people healthy rather than being paid to treat patients when they are sick, Gov. Peter Shumlin and other top officials said Wednesday.
There's nothing tropical about Vermont this time of year, but the owner of Fiddlehead Brewery has pulled some sunny inspiration from Hawaii.
Troopers say the Wardsboro men are behind at least eight burglaries in Wardsboro, Stratton, Jamaica and Newfane.
Using the basic ingredients of water, grains, hops and yeast -- along with imagination and hard work -- Vermont's brewers have earned a reputation for creating some of the country's most inventive and delicious craft beers.
Residents of Vermont's biggest city spoke decisively on Town Meeting Day, voting to change local laws to impose stricter regulations on firearms than the state currently allows.
United States President Barack Obama talks with Governor Peter Shumlin of Vermont, centre, chair of the Democratic Governors Association, and Governor Mike Pence of Indiana, after a meeting with the National Governors Association in the State Dining Room of the White House on 25 February 2013.