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WATERBURY — For Ben & Jerry's, it's the kind of scoop that gives an ice cream maker indigestion.The Organic Consumers Association has taken to the internet to announce it found traces of glyphosate — the active ingredient in the … more
MONTPELIER — On an October morning in 2012, the system administrator of a tiny Vermont defense contractor arrived at work to find the business' computers had been hacked and a sophisticated software program stolen. Prosecutors later concluded … more
A judge has denied a bid by a Mount Tabor woman accused of killing her husband to get released from jail as she awaits her murder trial.Rutland County State's Attorney Rose Kennedy, who is prosecuting the case against Peggy Shores, has argued … more
BURLINGTON (AP) — A wet summer has been good news for mosquitoes in Vermont.According to the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, the state has seen about 30 percent more mosquitoes caught this year in its traps. The Burlington Free Press reports … more
VERNON — The state's review of the proposed Vermont Yankee sale will take months longer than originally anticipated.A revised schedule issued Monday by the Vermont Public Utility Commission shows that a second public hearing on the plant sale … more
TOWNSHEND — The manner of death "could not be determined" for a victim of a barn fire, according to a death certificate. But "smoke inhalation" was ruled as the cause of death for Shala Jo-Lenn Kean, 32. The certificate says Kean was the … more
A Vermont-based organization is losing more than $2 million in funding as a result of a Trump administration decision to abruptly discontinue dozens of teen pregnancy prevention grants.Early this month, the nonprofit Youth Catalytics was to begin … more
MONTPELIER (AP) — The Vermont Department for Children and Families will be able to fully support a "last resort" public assistance housing program despite a budget cut that led officials to warn advocates only three months of funding would be … more
BURLINGTON — Republican activist and attorney Brady Toensing is challenging an assertion by Jane Sanders that she left Burlington College in good financial standing.In a Boston Globe article published Saturday, Sanders said that before she … more
CONCORD, N.H. — New Hampshire's only veterans hospital has appointed two more interim leaders as whistleblower doctors continue to call for a third-party investigation into substandard treatment and conditions.Veterans Affairs Secretary David … more
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