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Uncertainty over fate of homeless voucher program

It’s not clear what will happen to the approximately 1,200 individuals living in Vermont hotels on state-issued vouchers when funding for t… Read more

Residents weigh in on country club conversion

MONTPELIER — Nearly two hours into a forum soliciting input related to what should become of the Country Club Road property the city acquir… Read more


Capitol Beat: Public hearing on housing crisis set for Feb. 16

A public hearing on the housing crisis in Vermont is going to be held by the Senate Committee on Economic Development, Housing and General … Read more

Pair facing drug charges after police execute search warrant in Barre

BARRE — Two men are facing drug charges after a search warrant was executed in Barre. Read more

Time complicates Danby cold case proceeding

Efforts to hold the defendant in a 33-year-old double murder have become complicated by the fact that two of the original investigators are… Read more



Vancil K. Perry

Vancil K. Perry PLAINFIELD — Vancil K. “Bunky” Perry, 84, of Maple Hill Road passed away on Sunday, January 29, 2023, at the UVM Medical Ce… Read more


Philip J. Spargo Jr.

Philip J. Spargo Jr. SOUTH BURLINGTON — Philip John Spargo, Jr., 87, of Wildflower Drive passed away on Friday, January 27, 2023, at the UV… Read more


Phillip C. Fernandez

Phillip C. Fernandez ESSEX JCT — Phillip C. “Bubba” Fernandez, age 78, originally from Montpelier, Vermont, died peacefully at his home in … Read more


Virginia A. Puvel

Virginia A. Puvel FINDLAY, OH — Virginia Anne (Karnuth) Puvel, 80, of Findlay, Ohio passed away Saturday, January 28, 2023. Virginia was bo… Read more


Heidi L. Libercent

Heidi L. Libercent WILLISTON — Heidi L. Libercent, 74, of Williston VT passed away on Monday, January 30, 2023 at Green Mountain Nursing Ho… Read more

Norton E. Austin, Jr.

Norton E. Austin, Jr. WASHINGTON — Norton E. Austin, Jr., 81, passed away on Friday, January 27, 2023, at the Central Vermont Medical Cente… Read more

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Editorial: Taking a timeout

File this editorial under “Things That Should Not Have To Be Stated. Again.” Read more

Letters to the Editor

Council candidate

I would like to respond to the Talk of the Town, "Eight was too much." I wish your newspaper had called me for comment. Read more


Vermont has a no-idle law, though I believe many drivers don’t know about it. Read more

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Baroffio: Best practices

I am writing this out of concern that there is a lack of understanding about the Best Management Practice process that was conducted in Ver… Read more



‘Homegoings’ live: Black Vermont artists showcased in Stowe

‘Homegoings,” a powerful series about artists of color in Vermont from Vermont Public’s Brave Little State podcast, is taking it to the sta… Read more


Beethoven’s ‘Triple Concerto’: Champlain Trio joins the Vermont Philharmonic

The Vermont Philharmonic is preparing a pretty spectacular program that involves Vermont’s acclaimed Champlain Trio, a stellar Burlington H… Read more


‘Tomasio: Abstractions of a Metaphorical World’: Thomas Hacker shares his truth

When you step into the Castleton University Bank Gallery to experience its latest exhibit, you’re entering the world of 28-year-old Thomas … Read more

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US board clears path for mini-union vote at big Nissan plant

The federal labor board has decided that fewer than 100 employees out of thousands at Nissan’s auto assembly plant in Tennessee can hold a vote on whether to form a small union. The ruling Thursday by the National Labor Relations Board overturns a June 2021 decision by one of its regional officials that has long blocked the vote. The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers sought to limit the push to about 86 tool and die technicians at Nissan’s Smyrna plant. The board’s decision comes after a Democratic board majority was installed under President Joe Biden. The union said it is discussing the ruling with the employees “to determine the best path forward.” Read more

Feds say cyberattack caused suicide helpline's outage

A cyberattack caused a nearly daylong outage of the nation’s new 988 mental health helpline late last year, federal officials tell The Associated Press. Lawmakers are now calling for the federal agency that oversees the program to prevent future attacks. The attack occurred on the network for Intrado, the company that provides telecommunications services for the helpline. The agency did not disclose details about who it believes launched the attack or what kind of cyberattack occurred. Those who tried on Dec. 1 to reach the line for help with suicidal or depressive thoughts were instead greeted with a message that said the line is “experiencing a service outage." Read more

Jury clears of Elon Musk of wrongdoing for 2018 tweets in which he declared he had financing to take Tesla private

Jury clears of Elon Musk of wrongdoing for 2018 tweets in which he declared he had financing to take Tesla private. Read more

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