MONTPELIER — Proposed cuts to services for people with disabilities and legislative support …
MONTPELIER — Tyler Ricker and Leo Riby-Williams were perfect from the foul line and Montpeli…
Across the state Friday, reaction was mixed over a Vermont House vote on Thursday that appro…
Siblings Ben and Katharine Ogden are on opposite sides of a one-point battle following Frida…
NORTHFIELD — A Barre Town resident has received a Patriot Award from the Department of Defen…
WATERBURY — Two Vermont State Police troopers will hold a community meeting in Waterbury to …
MONTPELIER — Former Bennington state representative Kiah Morris brought a message of peace, …
The regional men’s college hockey scene will feature a lot more hometown flavor in a few yea…
BARRE — A Northfield man who allegedly failed to pay contractor bills worth thousands of dol…
MONTPELIER — Proposed cuts to services for people with disabilities and legislative support for additional programs will be the focus of Disability Awareness Day at the State House on Thursday.
Across the state Friday, reaction was mixed over a Vermont House vote on Thursday that approved legislation that would protect a woman’s right to an abortion without restriction.
NORTHFIELD — A Barre Town resident has received a Patriot Award from the Department of Defense for supporting a citizen soldier.
WATERBURY — Two Vermont State Police troopers will hold a community meeting in Waterbury to discuss issues and share solutions.
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MONTPELIER — Tyler Ricker and Leo Riby-Williams were perfect from the foul line and Montpelier leapfrogged Lake Region in the Division II standings with Friday’s 41-34 boys basketball victory.
The regional men’s college hockey scene will feature a lot more hometown flavor in a few years, with two Central Vermont standouts poised to take their games to the next level.
EAST MONTPELIER — Sharp passing, crisp cuts and opportunistic defense helped give the U-32 girls a 31-26 victory over Williamstown in girls basketball action Thursday.
MONTPELIER — The Randolph girls basketball team used a 10-2 run in the third quarter to earn payback against Montpelier with Thursday’s 36-21 victory.
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Kenneth Martin Tonnissen Jan. 15, 1951 - Dec. 28, 2018 CHELSEA — Ken Tonnissen, a longtime resident of central Vermont, died on Dec. 28, 2018, in the company of his family. Ken was born on Jan…
Gordon R. Lambert BURLINGTON — Gordon Rice “Gordie” Lambert, 85, passed away peacefully in the comfort of his family at the University of Vermont Medical Center in Burlington on Wednesday even…
Debra J. Rose EAST CALAIS — Debra J. Rose, 66, of Gosselin Hill Road, passed away Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2019, at Maple Ridge Memory Care in Essex Junction. Born in Barre on July 6, 1952, she was…
The New York Times recently reported that opioid overdose was the leading cause of death for…
White. Cold. Winter.
We celebrate George Washington’s birthday this month, during a long cold and flu season. Muc…
That sweet time of year is almost upon us. Soon, Vermont’s sugarhouses will come to life as …
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I love trees, and find them endlessly fascinating. Each is unique, much as we are. One winte…
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It's tax time. Follow the money. It will assuredly lead to the truth.
I want to thank Republican Sen. Joe Benning for his support for Roe v. Wade (“The Abortion D…
I have a question for the city of Barre:
Well, well. The Donald (Duck) is now calling for unity and forgiveness now that he no longer…
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