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    Replica of landmark steeple installed at Burlington church

    09/27/2016 09:24 AM EDT
    BURLINGTON, VT. >> A recognizable landmark has returned to Burlington's skyline following a nearly three-year absence. Monday was all a construction crew needed to replace the College Street Congregational Church steeple, a $2 million project that had been in the works since an arsonist's blaze damaged the structure in October 2013. 
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    Body found in wooded area in South Burlington
    09/27/2016 09:24 AM EDT - SOUTH BURLINGTON, VT. >> Police are investigating the discovery of a body in a wooded area in South Burlington. Police say a neighbor on Monday reported an odor of leaking gas. The gas company responded and found the body off Patchen Road. Police have not yet identified the deceased. Police Chief Trevor Whipple says there was no indication of a struggle in the woods. Full Story

    Police investigating Hudson Valley crash that killed 2 men
    09/27/2016 09:19 AM EDT - WARWICK, N.Y. >> Police are investigating a single-vehicle accident that killed two men in the Hudson Valley. Police in the Orange County town of Warwick say two men believed to be farm workers died Sunday night after their SUV veered off Pulaski Highway and into a ditch. Both men were declared dead at the scene. Full Story

    Goodbye to homework for some elementary schools and classes
    09/26/2016 10:59 AM EDT - SOUTH BURLINGTON, VT. >> Guess what, kids? No homework. Really. All year. A small but growing number of elementary schools and individual teachers are doing away with the after-school chore to allow kids more time to play, participate in activities, spend time with families, read and sleep. There's been pushback against homework from parents in recent years who say their children's time is Full Story

    Scott to sell share in construction firm if elected governor
    09/26/2016 06:16 AM EDT - MIDDLESEX — Lt. Gov Phil Scott said Saturday he will sell his share in a construction company that has done business with the state if he's elected governor. The Republican candidate said he will sell his 50 percent interest in DuBois Construction back to the company if he wins in November. His stake will then be divided between Scott's current partner, Don DuBois, and a new partner, Full Story

    Naked Donald Trump statue stolen in Miami
    09/23/2016 07:13 PM EDT - MIAMI >> Police in South Florida say they have a "person of interest" in the theft of a naked Donald Trump statue. Miami police said on the department's official Twitter account that the statue of the Republican presidential nominee was taken from the Wynwood arts district on Thursday. WSVN-TV (http://bit. Full Story

    Negative online reviews are double-edge sword for businesses
    09/23/2016 07:13 PM EDT - NEW YORK >> It is a double-edged cybersword: a negative review of a restaurant or other business, posted for the world to see. Anyone who peruses Yelp!, TripAdvisor, Google and companies' own websites can see complaints about bad food, surly sales associates, late deliveries or defective merchandise. Full Story

    Stocks lower as energy, technology stocks fall
    09/23/2016 07:13 PM EDT - NEW YORK >> U.S. stock indexes closed moderately lower on Friday following three days of gains. Several technology stocks traded heavily, including Yahoo, Twitter and Facebook. Energy stocks fell along with a steep decline in the price of oil. The Dow Jones industrial average lost 131.01 points, or 0. Full Story

    Tsarnaev prosecutor appointed first assistant US attorney
    09/22/2016 10:44 AM EDT - BOSTON >> Massachusetts U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz has announced the appointment of career prosecutor William Weinreb as her first assistant United States attorney. The Boston Globe reports Weinreb is best known for leading the team of prosecutors that secured a death sentence for Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev last year. Full Story

    Founder of J. Geils Band facing drunken driving charge
    09/22/2016 10:28 AM EDT - CONCORD, MASS. >> The founder and namesake of 1970s and '80s-era rockers The J. Geils Band is facing drunken driving charges. Police say John Warren Geils Jr. was charged with operating under the influence of alcohol and failing to stop at a sign following a crash in Concord at about 1 p.m. Tuesday. Full Story

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    Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston split up

    Taylor Swift decides Tom Hiddleston isn’t the one after all and hands him his walking papers.