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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.
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In Sicily, they say that fish start rotting from the head. In the past few months, as we've gotten closer and closer to the end of President George W. Bush's failed terms in office, we've been witnessing a mind-boggling amount of corruption, greed, evil, and downright stupidity.
While commending Shumlin's efforts to address the opiate addiction problem in Vermont, the Vermont Association of Chiefs of Police, Vermont Sheriffs Association and the Vermont Police Association said in a press released that they are united against efforts for marijuana legalization.
Vermont is digging out from the winter blast that has blanketed the region. Some places across the state have seen 2 feet of snow.
Cyclists who brave busy Barbur Boulevard now have some high-tech tools to help make them more visible.
I consider myself a reasonable person, so I knew at some point I would be weighing in on the proposed bill on school district governance reform in Vermont.
Spring is a week away, and much of the area got over a foot of snow. The storm that kicked-off Wednesday morning has blanketed much of our region, including Vermont, New York, and New Hampshire.
This, according to the latest edition of the American Religious Identification Survey , conducted by the Program on Public Values at Trinity College in Hartford, Conn.
Even though 33 percent of its roads are in "poor" condition, West Virginia spends about 73 percent of its road budget building new roads and adding lanes.
The late-winter blast is socking in our region. The snow is piling up already, and the storm is going to be hanging around for a while.
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.
The head of a Vermont community service organization says as another powerful storm hits the region, he's hearing from more and more people desperate to fill empty fuel tanks to keep warm.
Vermonters are preparing to observe the St. Patrick's Day holiday on Monday, March 17, or even earlier.
Lawmakers went back to work Tuesday, and they are already faced with a big deadline.
Sen. Robert Hartwell, chair of the Senate Natural Resources and Energy Committee, has introduced legislation to place a 10-cent fee on disposable carryout bags from retail and grocery stores.