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Six years ago today, Vermont was still reeling from flooding caused by Tropical Storm Irene at the tail end of August. At least three people died as a result of the storm. Many lost their homes or came close to doing so. Recovery efforts would take … 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
BENNINGTON — Several key property transfers recorded last month are helping clear a path for the planned $53 million Putnam Block redevelopment project, as well as possible future work at an … more
Q: Isn't it kind of late to be seeing a monarch butterfly on Oct. 27? I saw one in my yard in Adams on that date.— Laura, AdamsA: I saw one in our backyard that faces the golf course on Crane … more
CHICAGO — The old-fashioned, family doctor style of medicine could be lifesaving for elderly hospitalized patients, a big study suggests, showing benefits over a rapidly expanding alternative … more
Q: What can be done for normal pressure hydrocephalus? My dad was diagnosed with this condition six months ago after developing severe gait problems, urinary urgency and memory issues. He has a few … more
DORSET — Sandy Casey was remembered Tuesday by the people who knew her best — family, friends and loved ones — as a compassionate teacher and loyal friend with a sense of humor, a … more
MANCHESTER — Meals on Wheels of Bennington County is merging its Manchester and Arlington lunchtime meal sites at Bailey Hall on Ice Pond Road in East Arlington, while home deliveries in the … more
With the arrival of autumn my thoughts have turned to spring — spring flowering bulbs, that is. As such, I am putting together my spring bulb shopping list. Since the blossoms and foliage of … more
MANCHESTER — What are the biggest issues facing the state of Vermont?On Nov. 13, a panel of local leaders will congregate to discuss those issues at the "The State of the State" forum organized … more
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