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LONDONDERRY — The Select Board is looking to specify proper uses of a parcel of town property between Londonderry and South Londonderry on Route 100.Citizens had previously raised issues with shooting and target practice on the land, known as … more
SHAFTSBURY — We are currently in one of busiest holiday weekends of the year. The Vermont State Police do not want your Thanksgiving weekend to end in tragedy. The serious injury and fatal … more
BENNINGTON — A Shaftsbury man and woman face drug charges following a raid at their Church Street home.Jennifer A. Onorato, 36, Jacob A. Smith, 40 were arrested on Oct. 13 following a drug … more
BENNINGTON — A judge has ordered an Arlington man who admitted to cutting down a property owner's trees without permission during a logging job to pay $28,000 in restitution.Jason P. Morse was charged after he cut down nearly five acres of … more
BRATTLEBORO — Voters finally may get a chance to consider a four-town school district merger in Windham Southeast Supervisory Union.The union's Act 46 study committee has approved a proposal for combining districts in Brattleboro, Dummerston, … more
BENNINGTON — The $53 million redevelopment of the Putnam Block is moving closer to becoming a reality, with the project's first phase now awaiting local permits.The project needed town approval for the first of two phases, which would focus on … more
WATERBURY — Key members of Gov. Phil Scott's administration say they are preparing for the legalization and regulation of recreational marijuana, a move a co-chair of a pot commission calls … more
BENNINGTON — It might take a village to keep someone in good health.Southwestern Vermont Medical Center received the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Magnet Prize for its Transitional … more
POWNAL — A sample of mosquitoes collected from traps in both Pownal and Shaftsbury have tested positive for West Nile virus.Mosquitoes infected with West Nile virus were found in two pools collected from both towns on Aug. 18, according to the … more
WASHINGTON —Senate Democrats are pushing to maintain a rule that allows customers to bring class action lawsuits against financial institutions.Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., and five other Senate … more
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