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This country waged a civil war over slavery in the mid-19th century. It struggled with the advancement of civil rights for all people, regardless of race and religion, in the 20th century. The … more
Ah, the harbingers of spring in Vermont. Look: You can see the steam rising from sugaring houses; as maple sugar crews scurry to harvest sap, it climbs high into the trees with rising temperatures. … more
As is often the case with resort areas, an economic paradox exists in the Deerfield Valley: Catering to the well-to-do tourists and second-home owners who vacation there has created a housing market … more
The past few weeks in southern Vermont have seen a sudden outbreak of drug-related law enforcement headlines. In Brattleboro, police shut down suspected "drug houses" and made multiple arrests. In … more
It is profoundly discouraging to witness adults failing in their obligations to the young people in their charge. Examples abound, from the thoughtless to the tawdry to the traumatic, and in each … more
The attempted bombings of high-profile political figures, a news network and outspoken critics of President Donald Trump are terrifying. The discovery of suspicious packages — some containing … more
Rep. Cynthia Browning of Arlington lost her seat on the Vermont House Ways and Means Committee on Thursday. That came a day after Browning insisted upon a procedural move that resulted in scores of … more
The cloud computing software tax the state House of Representatives proposed as part of its clean water funding scheme appears to be on life support, given the state Senate's opposition to the plan. … more
This might be the week the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic really hits home in the United States, with sharp upticks widely expected in the number of people who are infected and seeking … more
A bill granting a one-year delay to some school districts that have yet to merge under Act 46 passed in the state House of Representatives last week, and is being taken up by the state Senate. That … more

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