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Once upon a time, Vermont copyright infringement cases tended to originate with out-of-state conglomerates - think Chick-fil-A versus Eat More Kale or Monster Energy Drink versus Rock Art Brewery .
Patrick Leahy's Main Street office in Burlington. After speaking at the event, Sargent hand-delivered a box of fudge to Leahy's fourth-floor suite.
One of my favorite things to do in the summer is take Vermont day trips. There are plenty of reasons to drive around the state, from simple sightseeing to getting oneself to an outdoorsy excursion such as climbing Camel's Hump or kayaking.
Years ago, after quitting her job as an investment banker, Melanie Considine turned to her true passion: photography.
With the strokes from three gubernatorial pens, Vermont on Monday became the fourth state in the country to allow doctors to prescribe lethal medication to terminally ill patients.
Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin signed into law Wednesday a novel measure aimed at protecting companies from so-called patent trolling, the practice of making deceptive claims of patent infringement in the hopes of collecting licensing or settlement money.
A St. Albans teen will spend at least a couple of years behind bars for a DUI accident that killed his passenger.
The Monroe County Sheriff's office says early Sunday morning, two people fishing off a bridge reported seeing Mark Parent, 55, of Enosburgh, floating in the water, yelling for help.
Sloping over Lake Champlain, the country's sixth largest lake, with westerly views of the Adirondack Mountains, Burlington is Vermont 's financial, educational, medical, and cultural hub.
The 2013 Legislative Session ended on Tuesday, May 14 at 10:25 p.m. This culminated a full session of work with many accomplishments, the first and foremost being passage of a balanced budget without raising taxes.
On May 13, Betty Bashaw, of Walpole, N.H., was cited for burglary for assisting Jacob McAllister, 21, of Westminster, commit a burglary at Kenneth Beebee's plumbing and heating business in Westminster on Jan.
Vermont on Monday became the fourth U.S. state to end legal penalties for doctors who prescribe medication to terminally ill patients seeking to end their own lives.
The law, which allows physicians to prescribe lethal medication to terminally ill patients, took effect Monday when it was signed by Gov.
Landmark College, a private liberal arts college for people with learning disabilities, graduated yet another class of students and its highest-ranking officials congratulated each individual for overcoming the numerous obstacles in the way of their diploma.
Vermont police say a 22-year-old Newport man is in jail on charges of stealing a school bus and two other vehicles.