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MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury Police Department says it lacks sufficient evidence to bring criminal charges against protesters who injured a Middlebury College professor and damaged a car after a talk by controversial author Charles … more
Gov. Phil Scott became the first governor in the country to veto a bill that would legalize marijuana.Scott announced Wednesday he will send the bill, S.22, back to the Legislature because the measure does not meet his requirements on a few key … more
MANCHESTER — While the trendy on-demand ride app Uber has gained popularity in more urban areas of Vermont, the service is now available to residents in the Northshire as well, thanks to local driver George Ohlweiler.A long time resident of … more
WILMINGTON — Say hello to summer. The first downtown block party of the season is happening this weekend."We do a couple of these events," said Meg Staloff, the new program coordinator for downtown organization Wilmington Works. "We do a … more
BURLINGTON — A judge dismissed three of four counts in a lawsuit challenging a ballot referendum where voters approved $22 million in borrowing for public improvements included in a massive downtown redevelopment project.Superior Court Judge … more
VERNON — Two state agencies aren't objecting to an unusual confidentiality request from the proposed buyer of the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant.The Agency of Natural Resources and the Department of Public Service both agree that NorthStar Group … more
WILMINGTON — Fire Chief Ken March's "personal reasons" for resigning last week were illuminated in a letter submitted to the interim town manager."I can no longer subject myself to the absence of integrity, morals and ethics that are an … more
BRATTLEBORO — In late January, the Vermont Commission on Women celebrated a milestone: the 100th signer of the state's equal pay compact.Last week in Brattleboro, the Windham Regional Commission became the compact's 127th signatory.That kind … more
MONTPELIER (AP) — Republican Gov. Phil Scott on Friday reiterated his vow to veto the state budget because lawmakers didn't pass a plan on teacher health care that's acceptable to him, but he said he felt confident the state would have a … more
PORTLAND, Maine — It was a good winter to be a moose in Maine.Despite struggles in recent years, Maine's state animal had an improved survival rate during the winter. State moose biologist Lee Kantar said state data show about half of moose … more
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