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1 hr ago | American Reporter
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.
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5 hrs ago | Manchester Journal
Inevitably, violating principles of sustainable spending has both fiscal and political consequences.
There are 224 Vermont inmates sitting in prison who could be released if they had a place to live, according to data from the Department of Corrections.
Attorney General Bill Sorrell said Monday that the state has retained a Washington, D.C., legal firm to help defend a lawsuit filed against Vermont's new GMO labeling law.
There are currently over 90,000 Vermonters who receive 3SquaresVT benefits to help them buy more food for their families.
In recent years, Americans have increasingly moved away from beer consumption in favor of wines and spirits.
Malcom "Mac" Parker was sentenced last year for his role overseeing the fundraising and filming aspects of a movie project that shortchanged hundreds of Vermonters.
As a member of the House Education Committee, state Rep. Valerie Stuart found herself in the middle of one of the biggest debates of the 2014 session: Whether Vermont's small schools should consolidate.
With the lines drawn over Vermont's recent passage of a GMO labeling law, two advocacy organizations have announced that they will be filing a motion to intervene in a lawsuit launched against Vermont by national food manufacturers.
The hunt is on for a missing historical marker last seen near Route 9. The marker had been located along the side of the road, on the bank of a nearby brook.
The Shumlin administration announced Wednesday a loan program available to homeowners seeking to improve the thermal efficiency of their homes or make the switch to cleaner burning fuels.
There are plenty of reasons to be proud of being a Vermonter -- too many to list as a matter of fact, but the following is not one of them: The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives found that in 2013, adjusting for population, Vermont has the highest rate of guns traced and recovered in other states after being used for criminal ... (more)
The Agency of Transportation says construction of a new roundabout at the intersection of US 2 and Vermont Route 100 in Waterbury is set to begin.
To experience a taste of Vermont -- that is, through its craft beers, artisan wines, fine cheeses and more -- merely glance to your left just before crossing the Pownal-Williamstown border on Route 7. There one will find the Hoppy Valley Organics Vermont Tasting Room, which opened on weekends in May in space within the Hillside House home ... (more)
Updated: Wed Jul 09, 2014 10:03 pm
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