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PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Attorneys for the companies that insured Nathan Carman's ill-fated Chicken Pox are asking a federal judge to force Carman to answer questions about the day his boat sank with his mother on board as well as information on the … more
VERNON — Will explosives be used to demolish radioactive structures at Vermont Yankee?It depends on who you ask.State officials have filed testimony claiming NorthStar Group Services, which wants to buy and decommission the idled nuclear … more
WESTON — Once upon a time Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney only had to see a barn to start shouting "let's put on a show!" The Weston Playhouse, set to open a $6.3 million second stage and community center beside the silos of the nearby Walker … more
Vermont students who took the ACT, a college readiness test, in 2017 scored higher than the national average in the four subject areas covered, according to a report released by the testing and research giant.The 2,108 graduates who took the test … more
Big solar may be coming to southern Vermont.New documents show that Connecticut-based Freepoint Solar has plans to develop three arrays — each capable of generating 20 megawatts of power — in Vernon, Shaftsbury and Fair Haven.Only one … more
WILMINGTON — The nonprofit group gearing up to take over the former Twin Valley High School left Wednesday's meeting empty handed. "I can't give you the $98,000," Select Board Chairman Tom Fitzgerald told the Old School Enrichment Council. … more
BRATTLEBORO — The U.S. District Court in Brattleboro will close permanently on Sept. 29 as Senior Federal Judge J. Garvan Murtha goes on inactive status.Murtha served as a U.S. District Court judge from 1995 to 2009 when he elected to take … more
MANCHESTER, N.H. — U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders began his Labor Day weekend in Iowa, home of the nation's opening presidential caucus, and ended it in New Hampshire, site of the country's first primary. But that doesn't mean the 2016 Democratic … more
Gov. Phil Scott signed a proclamation Friday declaring September to be School Safety Month in Vermont.Scott and state education and safety officials gathered at the Statehouse to praise the work done behind the scenes to keep schools and children … more
MONTPELIER — The Tax Department is sending close to 20,000 letters to Vermonters telling them they may owe sales tax for online and other purchases. The letters say residents have until Oct. 31 to pay without interest or penalties.When a … more
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