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“Let’s Close the National Parks,” the headline in Harper’s Magazine screams. A guardrail breaks, the article says, and a little girl almost tumbles into a gorge; bridges teeter; the limited park ranger force rushes to fight fires, pick up trash, and clean latrines, instead of patrolling park…

A new wave of frigid weather that forecasters warned could be the coldest in decades began rolling into the Northeast Friday morning, leading …

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Cold is somewhat to be expected on the ski slopes. But this weekend’s arctic blast caused local ski areas to stay cautious in the face of dang…

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BURLINGTON — Reports of scams to the Attorney General’s Consumer Assistance Program totaled 3,685 in 2022.

BENNINGTON — Southwestern Vermont Health Care has implemented a new zero tolerance policy for its hospital campus, medical office building and offsite practices to address the workplace violence trend occurring at health care institutions across the U.S.

MONTPELIER — The state Fish and Wildlife Department says Vermont’s Nongame Wildlife Fund is essential to the conservation and restoration of some of Vermont’s most at-risk wildlife, like the lake sturgeon and Northern long-eared bat. A checkoff option on the Vermont state income tax form aim…

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BENNINGTON — A New York man accused in the brutal murder of a Bennington resident at the Green Mountain substation off Route 9 last October was arraigned in a Bennington courthouse Monday.

BENNINGTON — There’s a case making its way through the halls of the Bennington Superior Courthouse that touches on all the things that our criminal justice system is designed to accomplish.

BRATTLEBORO — A local man who prosecutors say shot and killed a Hartford, Conn., man in Brattleboro on Aug. 19, 2022, was arraigned on Friday on 10 charges, including second degree murder, reckless endangerment and dealing drugs.

ALBURGH — Spectators are not allowed to attend home basketball games for the rest of the season at a middle school in northern Vermont after a brawl broke out and one of the participants died, school officials said Thursday.

DANBY — Five weeks after a tree crushed her son’s car, pinning him inside and injuring him, Andrea Myklebust of Danby reports that “the doctors are happy with the healing in his residual limb, and they’re talking about discharging him next week, perhaps as soon as Monday.”

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ALBANY, N.Y. — It took extra time and a clutch play from Tobias Holmes, but the Bennington Martens of the American semi professional Basketball Association etched out a 121-117 win over the Central Jersey Sharks on Sunday at Albany Leadership Academy.

BURLINGTON — A pack of four Bulldogs indoor track athletes made quite a bit of noise at the state championship meet at the University of Vermont on Saturday. Despite having just four total athletes competing (two boys, two girls), the Burr and Burton girls finished in a tie for fifth place (…

BURLINGTON — Ella Palisano has led the charge for Mount Anthony indoor track all winter, despite this being her first high school track season. That continued this weekend as the freshman left the state championship meet at the University of Vermont with a pair of top-3 finishes.

PERU — The Bulldogs alpine team returned to its home mountain at Bromley Thursday to compete in the Louis Dean Memorial race. The Burr and Burton girls won the giant slalom race, its fourth victory of the season, while the BBA boys took second place.

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