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So Much Stuff

NORTHFIELD – The Norwich University men's basketball team suffered through a rash of turnove…

BERLIN – What started out as a “minor motor vehicle violation” on Route 62 ended with the Friday arrest of a Barre woman police say was caught driving when she shouldn’t have been, and didn’t …

BARRE – The truck is now “stuffed,” the signature red kettles are just starting to fill up, but while the sign in the window of a vacant downtown storefront declares it will be the “Future Hom…

WILLISTON – A Montpelier man is facing a drunken driving following his early morning arrest on Interstate 89 in Williston.

BURLINGTON — A former Rutland County waitress, who gave birth to twin daughters almost a year ago, will avoid going to federal prison for heroin dealing because a judge believes she is well on…

SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. — Senior goalie Tom Aubrun stopped all 24 shots he faced to lead the Norwich University men’s ice hockey team to a 2-0 victory over Skidmore College in New England Hocke…

NEW YORK — Anthony Lamb drilled a jumper between two defenders with two seconds left to lift Vermont to a 70-68 win over St. John’s in a battle of previously unbeaten teams in a campus site fi…

NORTHFIELD – The Worcester Polytechnic Institute spoiled any Norwich visions of a Senior Day victory by coasting past the Cadets, 70-28, in Saturday's college football action.

NORTHFIELD – The Norwich University men's basketball team suffered through a rash of turnovers during Saturday's 70-57 non-conference loss to Rivier.

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Robert D. Herdling MONTPELIER — Robert D. Herdling, 82, of Dairy Lane, formerly of Winsted, Connecticut, passed away on Saturday, Nov. 9, 2019, at the Central Vermont Medical Center in Berlin.…

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David John Byers FAIRFAX — David John Byers, 60, died Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2019, at the Northwestern Medical Center in St. Albans, with his loving wife by his side, following a courageous battl…

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James Alonzo Sayers Jr. BERLIN — James Alonzo Sayers Jr., 63, of Vermont Route 12, passed away on Sunday, Nov. 10, 2019, at the Veterans Affairs hospital in White River Junction. Born Feb. 11,…

I fall in love easy. I’ve been mad about river otters and star-nosed moles and, of course, t…

Editorial

It’s arguable, although the contention doesn’t hold up well to scrutiny, that the United Sta…

If we don’t transform the way we generate and use energy, the climate crisis will only get worse.

A Times Argus editorial this past week bemoaned the fact not enough American citizens are wi…

I was disappointed by the headline and the report in the Nov. 8 edition of The Times Argus c…

Although I am not a native Vermonter, I feel a fierce sense of loyalty to this state and the…

In only five paragraphs, Kimberly Cheney’s “Carbon tax needed” letter-to-the-editor on Nov. …

I never wanted to be one of those people who, as they get older, make a point of telling oth…

Experts in car safety should not design car insurance. Knowledge about the mechanics of car …

The distant rumbles of climate disruption seem closer each day. Every Vermonter knows, has w…

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