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Scoot into spring

Scoot into spring

Irish jig

Irish jig

Rising Winooski

Rising Winooski

The U-32 boys lacrosse team prepped for the coming spring season Wednesday at the Central Ve…

The following is a sampling of calls to Barre Town police in recent days:

BARRE — Draft revisions to a decade-old ordinance designed to address perceived public nuisances associated with vacant buildings would add “blighted premises” and “abandoned property” to the mix.

BARRE - A report commissioned by Downstreet Housing & Community Development found the state needs more housing for those in recovery.

EAST MONTPELIER — The fight for the “white table” is on at U-32 Middle and High School, and proponents of the status quo staffing of what all agree is an important math resource lost a battle …

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MONTPELIER — Decades after meeting him in the Kellogg-Hubbard Library, the longest-serving U.S. Senator, Patrick Leahy is wishing a happy 80th anniversary to his most well-known associate and …

NEW LONDON, N.H. — The Norwich University women’s lacrosse team suffered a 17-10 loss Wednesday against Colby-Sawyer.

The U-32 boys lacrosse team prepped for the coming spring season Wednesday at the Central Vermont Civic Center. The Raiders will be looking to do one better than last year, when they finished …

The Norwich University men’s hockey team heads into Friday’s Division III Frozen Four opener with a lot of respect for its semifinal opponent.

University of Vermont basketball fans are counting down the hours until the No. 13 Catamounts (27-6) take on the No. 4 Florida State Seminoles (27-7) in Thursday’s 2 p.m. NCAA Tournament at th…

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Vivian A. MacKenzie NORTHFIELD — Vivian A. MacKenzie, 95, passed away Friday, March 15, 2019, at the Four Seasons in Northfield, where she had lived for the past six years. She was born in Nor…

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Olive M. Wilson NEWBURY CENTER — Olive Melinda Searles Houghton Wilson, 80 years old, born Oct. 27, 1938, of Newbury Center, passed to her eternal life March 18, 2019, in her home, surrounded …

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Linda H. Johnston MONTPELIER — Linda H. Johnston, 75, formerly of Montpelier and Craftsbury, died Monday, March 18, 2019, at Mansfield Place in Essex Junction. The funeral Mass will be celebra…

Editorial

A report released this month about the health of the state's hospitals showed there is defin…

Donald Trump may soon have no other choice than to try to create a police state. If, as the …

Recently, the Supreme Court voted 5-4 to stay a court of appeals’ decision that could have c…

Why do we believe what we believe? Is it truth that we seek or is it just verification of ou…

I call it the Bernie Backlash: he’s too old; he’ll take away votes; it’s too late, the lands…

As you may know, the Central Vermont Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary membership organizat…

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