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The Vermont Department of Health is urging young adults to get vaccinated. A press release says every year young adults across the United States suffer serious health problems, are hospitalized, and even die from diseases that could be prevented by vaccines.
Four Appellate Court justices unanimously voted today to reject Gov. Andrew Cuomo's suit to remove Fordham professor Zephyr Teachout from the ballot-marking Mr. Cuomo's third failed attempt to eliminate the longshot candidate from contention in the Democratic primary.
A pinewood derby track is under construction at the Crossett Brook Middle School in Duxbury.
"I started beekeeping about five years ago in response to all the news about colony collapse," Haar said.
Nearly a year after Vermont Health Connect went live, the state's online insurance exchange still has a number of gaping operational holes into which plenty of Vermonters have fallen - even disappeared.
While lawmakers in Montpelier bicker over the best way to fix the state's $176 million budget deficit, Vermonters are engaged in an equally painful rite of spring: paying income taxes to keep state government running.
Authorities say they'll probably never determine why a Vermont man was passing in a no-passing zone on a New York road when he caused the crash that killed him and another Vermont resident.
Health officials in Vermont are concerned over several overdoses from a synthetic drug called "spice" in New Hampshire.
Preservation, protection and education lead the list of initiatives that six Vermont towns will soon embark upon due to federal grants recently received.
The Republican gubernatorial hopeful considered to be the candidate of the Vermont party says he's not going to attend a debate in Essex.
The department of Vermont state government responsible for managing the state's workforce will have two new leaders starting next month.
Nine binders sit piled in a crate in the back of elementary school teacher Sarah Schoolcraft's car.
Gov. Peter Shumlin and Joe Flynn, Director of Vermont Emergency Management and Homeland Security, today urged communities to prepare for new criteria related to state disaster relief funding that will go into effect in October.
From the very chair he remembers Jim Jefffords sitting in during his time as a state senator, former staffer and friend Howard Coffin talked about how he instantly took a liking to the politician.
Dean Corren, of Burlington, will support a single-payer health care system if elected lieutenant governor, saying it will be cheaper for Vermonters than the current system.
New data shows more veterans are opting to use food banks more than ever before in the state's history.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 12:10 am
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