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Tuesday, President Trump made the long-awaited announcement that his administration would begin to wind down the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA) — ending the protections enjoyed by undocumented immigrants who … more
August in Vermont began with a string of four car crashes that killed seven people. This prompted state police to hold a press conference urging drivers to wear seatbelts. Police also increased their traffic patrols. They will be doing so again for … more
Americans awoke Monday morning to learn that the deadliest mass shooting in American history took place Sunday night in Las Vegas.As of this writing, we know from the Associated Press that at least … more
September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month and the National Alliance on Mental Illness of Vermont is leading the fight to address suicide and mental illness throughout the state of Vermont and raise awareness of the effects of mental illness on … more
Nearly a week before Hurricane Irma was predicted to make landfall in Florida, Gov. Rick Scott, R, declared a state of emergency for the entire state. State and local officials readied for the storm with promises of help from the federal government. … more
Back in January, the Arlington community was shocked to learn that one of its own, Helen Jones, 81, had been stabbed to death in her own home. Following the news came weeks of apprehension and uncertainty. It wasn't until March that an arrest was … more
The Bennington Charter Review Committee's discussion of whether to pursue a 1 percent local option tax — possibly on sales, possibly on rooms and meals, or both — raises some interesting … more
The Sheriff's Department has unveiled a smartphone app that lets people provide crime tips anonymously to police. The hope is that people too afraid to go to authorities will now be able to do so, … more
Before the death of Heather Heyer in Charlottesville, Virginia, the Daily Stormer - a neo-Nazi website involved in organizing the white supremacist rally that led to her killing - was easy to find: all you had to do was type in the Web address. Now … more
Among the Katahdin-area businesses that have opened or expanded at least in part because of the year-old national monument is a bookstore and cafe fittingly named Turn the Page.Now that the secretary of the Department of the Interior has recommended … more
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