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U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy says the Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a field hearing in Vermont on the fight against heroin and opioid addiction.
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The House Committee on General, Housing, and Military Affairs has scheduled the hearing for Thursday evening from 6 to 8 p.m. in the House of Representatives.
Well-known Republican politician Randy Brock has requested dozens of public records associated with Vermont's problem-plagued online health insurance marketplace.
A few local communities in the state already divert many accused of drug-related crimes and report soaring success, with at least 80 percent of participants conviction-free after a year.
Vermont has become the nation's leader in solar jobs per capita -- an achievement praised by the Shumlin administration, environmental groups and solar developers.
About 15 years ago, a dozen or so leaders in the Vermont Islamic community had a dream.
Treat followed treat at a Slow Food Vermont potluck dinner in Burlington in January, but it was the meal's final dish that lingered in my memory.
Mary Taft wades through knee-high snow drifts to open the door of the wood plank sugarhouse on the family farm.
All six riders from Mount Snow Academy's snowboarding program were invited to one of the biggest competitions of the year.
"I don't really have a good list going so this is kind of my kick off I guess," said Griffin Cunningham who is a junior at Rice Memorial High School.
The Vermont State Police, responding to a report of a burglary on Davidson Hill Road, found 16 marijuana plants and hallucinogenic mushrooms under cultivation.
Members of the tax-writing committee in the Vermont House expressed frustration Friday with the administration of Gov. Peter Shumlin over school property taxes.
Vermont Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing President Bill Gurney knows there is a future for the organization, but at this point he just doesn't know exactly what it is.
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.