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BRATTLEBORO — The three Eastern European ski jumpers knew enough English to note Melania Trump was a fellow native."The first lady," 18-year-old Zan Stupar said, "is from Slovenia."But the trio weren't as eager to talk about her husband. "Some … more
Vail Resorts announced the purchase of Stowe Mountain Resort on Tuesday.The Colorado-based company has acquired the Stowe ski and retail operations at Mount Mansfield and Spruce Peak, according to a statement from the company.Vail is buying Mount … more
MILTON, Vt. (AP) — Vermont experienced a net loss of 51 home-based child care programs from May 2016 to November 2016 following the announcement of new regulations.The Burlington Free Press reports 49 licensed child care centers closed in the … more
A new set of rules governing small-scale solar, wind and hydroelectric projects remains in flux after a meeting of the Legislature's administrative rules committee where the chairman repeatedly questioned the Public Service Board's authority to have … more
MONTPELIER — After a complicated marijuana legalization bill failed last year, a new bill would legalize up to 1 ounce of marijuana and allow Vermonters to grow several plants for personal use.The new bill is simpler, by design."The more … more
BURKE — The gods have answered the call of skiers, snowmobilers and dog mushers, dumping mounds of snow in northern New England following little snow last season during the warmest winter on record in some spots.The biggest snowstorms of this … more
PUTNEY — Mark Schlefer helped to make history.Schlefer was one of the three lawyers who drafted the legislation that became the federal Freedom of Information Act, and he helped to guide it through Congress to President Lyndon B. Johnson's … more
The party's over for a bid to legalize happy hour at bars and restaurants in Vermont, at least for now.Rep. Oliver Olsen, I-Londonderry, pushed for the measure, seeking to add it as an amendment to a bill up for action on the House floor."Many of … more
WATERBURY — A Vermont-based nonprofit group that works to cure blindness in Nepal and other developing countries is one of eight semifinalists for a $100 million grant from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.The Waterbury-based … more
The secretary of the Agency of Human Services said his staff and other stakeholders will do a "deep dive" into systemic issues in how Vermont delivers mental health treatment.Al Gobeille told the Senate Appropriations Committee on Feb. 9 that he and … more
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