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The Department of Disabilities, Aging & Independent Living (DAIL) announced it has hired…

SPRINGFIELD — Springfield Hospital’s Board of Directors announce Robert S. "Bob" Adcock, MBA…

SOUTH BURLINGTON — The Vermont Business Roundtable Board of Directors announced Seth Bowden,…

BURLINGTON – Vermont nearly erased a two-goal deficit in the second half, but the Catamounts…

MONTPELIER — Officials have laid out a plan to give kids things to do this summer after being cooped up for the past year because of the coronavirus pandemic.

BARRE — Plans to delay the expansion of in-person instruction for middle and high school students until after April vacation just passed an important test in the Barre Unified Union School District.

It’s no secret that the last year has been challenging for local businesses. But despite the challenges, I’ve been impressed with the fortitude and creativity that they have demonstrated in ad…

BURLINGTON – Vermont nearly erased a two-goal deficit in the second half, but the Catamounts ran out of time during Friday’s 2-1 loss to No. 11 New Hampshire (6-0-1) at Virtue Field.

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Ronald F. Nadeau PETALUMA, Calif. — Ronald F. Nadeau, 88, passed away suddenly at his home in Petaluma on the evening of March 26, 2021. He was born in 1933, in Mount Kisco, New York, to Fred …

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Patricia Stevens Smith MONTPELIER — Patricia Stevens Smith, 93, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, April 3, 2021, at the Central Vermont Medical Center in Berlin. She was born on Sept. 12, …

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Marilyn O. Piro WILLIAMSTOWN — Marilyn O. Piro, age 93, of Williamstown and formerly from East Montpelier, died at the Barre Gardens on April 3, 2021. She was born on Nov. 6, 1927, at the Heat…

Chronic disease accounts for almost three quarters of worldwide deaths. In the United States…

In his April 3 commentary (“Psychosis and salvation”), John Nassivera blames belief in the s…

The Valentine Phantom still is working in Montpelier. I experienced a “Pay it Forward” momen…

A recent oped in this paper by Suzanna Jones stated the Vermont Natural Resources Council (V…

I would like to respond to Fred Wilber's April 1 letter regarding the Berlin Town Center and…

All financial advisers say: Save for retirement and do not use that savings to spend on annu…

Mitch McConnell, MLB, baseball, All Star Game, political cartoon

Mental health has been having a moment. During the pandemic, all of us, whether we are patie…

Many of us are celebrating the fact “science-based” is no longer a banned phrase in our new …

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