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A press release says the customer support call center is a place where Vermonters can ask questions about Vermont Health Connect, applications, or complete an application over the phone.
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During Town Meeting 2014, voters in 35 towns across Vermont rejected their local school budgets.
On the first Tuesday of March, communities across Vermont hold town meetings at which they elect local officials, approve the coming year's budget and vote on measures announced in advance.
About 35 Vermont communities have rejected their school budgets this year, according to a tally Wednesday from the Vermont School Boards Association , whose executive director sees half of those defeats as statements against rising property tax rates.
The Vermont Department of Corrections is launching a new emergency notification system that allows the department to alert the public about training exercises and emergencies.
A press release says the Mud Studio in Middlesex, Vt. raised $4,370 for the Vermont Foodbank through their Central Vermont Empty Bowl Benefit.
Maine Gov. Paul LePage taps the state's official maple tree Wednesday marking the official start to Maine's sugaring season.
Many drivers prayed in recent months as one winter storm after another hammered one part of the nation or another.
If you're looking for an event to get you ready for spring, the Milton Historical Society is hosting Burr Morse, a local sugar maker.
People always say that Vermont Gov. Jim Douglas is a nice man. But he has character as well as policy failings which we can no longer afford to overlook.
A day after Vermont Health Connect announced its online payment system finally works, callers can't reach help over the phone.
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.
Opponents of Vermont's physician-assisted suicide law are calling on legislators and the governor to place a moratorium on the prescription of life-ending drugs.
Polls have opened in Vermont for Town Meeting Day. Vermonters will vote Tuesday on a number of issues, including budgets and electing municipal officers.