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MIDDLEBURY — When Andrew Forsthoefel enrolled at Middlebury College a decade ago, he felt like a blunt pencil, he wrote in an application for a historiography course he heard "would change you forever" — or perhaps at least sharpen him … more
BRATTLEBORO — The Vermont Judicial Conduct Board has officially reprimanded a former assistant judge for violating professional codes of judicial conduct.In addition, Paul Kane has been "immediately and indefinitely suspended from the office … more
MONTPELIER — Emaciated, nearly dead bear cubs are turning up more frequently in Vermont and New Hampshire, and experts are blaming an increase in births a year ago and a food shortage in the fall.No one is sure what caused the shortage of … more
MONTPELIER — Thousands of Northern New Englanders turned out for pro-science marches and rallies Saturday to coincide with the March for Science events happening around the world.Organizers said the demonstrations were to show support of … more
Following spirited debate Friday, the Senate supported a proposal that would legalize marijuana and create a system to regulate and tax marijuana sales.The proposal, which would set up a system similar to the model currently in place in Colorado, … more
WILMINGTON — With an eye to minimizing potential flood damage, a design for a ramp on the downtown footbridge has gotten the OK from the Development Review Board."We originally started this back in June of 2016 and the board finally closed it … more
MONTPELIER (AP) — In a nearly unanimous vote, the Vermont House has passed a bill that protects journalists from revealing their confidential sources using a subpoena and provides strengthened protection for information from non-confidential … more
The Senate Health and Welfare Committee wants to let minors consent to mental health treatment to address any concern.The committee is seeking to expand H.230, which would allow minors to get counseling related to their sexual orientation or gender … more
BELLOWS FALLS — Madison Cota says her involvement in pageants began as a fluke. She received a flyer in the mail in 2012 when she was a sophomore at Vermont Academy in Saxton's River. Originally Cota threw the flyer out but her mom, Jennifer … more
VERNON — Having faced a long list of questions at a recent public meeting, a key player in the proposed Vermont Yankee decommissioning project is responding in writing.AREVA Nuclear Materials - a partner of NorthStar Group Services, the … more
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