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Lifting their voice

Lifting their voice

For good measure

For good measure

Cup runneth over

Cup runneth over
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CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — These Vermont lotteries were drawn Sunday:

RANDOLPH — Dawn Holman, MD, and her husband, Aleksandr Sokolovsky, DO, have joined Gifford a…

RANDOLPH — Dawn Holman, MD, and her husband, Aleksandr Sokolovsky, DO, have joined Gifford a…

A Springfield man was arraigned in federal court on Friday after police said they discovered a 10½-inch pipe bomb at his Valley Street home April 6.

A White River Junction man is facing a felony charge after police said he broke a man’s jaw during a fight at the Pickle Barrel Night Club in Killington on March 6.

MONTPELIER — A steady drip of water bill-related complaints spilled on to Front Porch Forum this week, prompting City Manager Bill Fraser to reach for a mop and a decades-old member of the Cit…

BURLINGTON — A South Burlington man, who once punched his public defender in the face, is scheduled to be arraigned in federal court on Monday on a three-count indictment for issuing death thr…

HINESBURG - All nine Montpelier athletes recorded at least one goal or one assist during Saturday's 9-7 victory over CVU.

EAST MONTPELIER - The defending champion Montpelier girls tennis team survived a few early scares and easily maintained their spot atop the Division II standings during Friday's 7-0 victory ov…

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Margaret Hale Bascom GREENSBORO — Margaret E. “Marg” Hale Bascom, 95, of Greensboro, died peacefully at home on May 7, 2022. Marg was born in Peking, China, on Aug. 29, 1926, to William "Bill"…

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Beverly (Hauver) Donahue WILLIAMSTOWN — Our beloved mom, Beverly Jean (Hauver) Donahue, passed away with her daughters by her side, on Monday, May 16, 2022. Born on Aug. 25, 1933, in Northfiel…

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Eudora “Tree” Kennison CHELSEA — Eudora “Tree” Kennison departed this life on Wednesday, Dec. 29, 2021, at Woodbridge Rehabilitation and Nursing in Berlin, Vermont, following a long period of …

I was hanging the laundry on my clotheslines recently when, just as I was about to attach an…

A cutting garden provides a home-grown source of material for fresh flower arrangements. It …

We are living in challenging times. Certainly, there are plenty of things to be stressed abo…

Regarding the plethora of statistics in the “Not Normal” editorial May 19, where is the stat…

The May 18 Times Argus featured a photo of the red trillium wildflower with a caption noting…

I am responding to Mr. Matthews' column in Tuesday's paper, where he claims that the availab…

I enjoyed Josephine Collins’s letter to the editor entitled "Harris-talk," in which she poin…

Americans should acknowledge that the Declaration of Independence starts with a lie, that fo…

I was shocked by the Montpelier City Council's decision to remove the Guertin Parklet struct…

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