Students around the country are asking legislators to help end gun violence in schools in support of students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., where 14 students and three staff members were killed by a shooter just over a month ago.
Buying a home could be tricky these days. There just isn’t a lot to choose from, and with demand higher than supply, often, several buyers are competing to buy a house.
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A Stowe law firm — suing the state on behalf of foreign investors defrauded in the Northeast Kingdom EB-5 scandal — made serious allegations against state officials at a hearing Monday on whether the case should be dismissed.
Oranges, pastries and government inefficiency were all on the table at a legislative breakfast hosted by Lamoille County Mental Health Monday morning.
A recount has confirmed that voters narrowly approved the Lamoille North Supervisory Union’s elementary school budget on Town Meeting Day.
Now that Town Meeting Day has come and gone, select boards and school boards around Lamoille County are reorganizing and appointing people to to local boards and commissions.
Members of the Lamoille Chamber of Commerce have recently established a group for young professionals in Lamoille County. The Lamoille Valley Young Professionals will focus on uniting local workers to contribute to the Lamoille region’s communities, economy, and quality of life.
Mark Woodward of Johnson is running for re-election as District 4 representative on the board of the Vermont Electric Cooperative, which covers Eden, Johnson, Hyde Park, Morristown, Stowe, Cambridge, Fairfax and Fairfield.
When he was governor of Vermont, Peter Shumlin, on at least two occasions, used a luxury Fifth Avenue apartment in New York City owned by the developer of a Vermont resort who has been accused of stealing $200 million from foreign investors.
A House panel by a 6-5 vote has advanced legislation that would expand background checks to private firearms sales, prohibit those under 21 from purchasing a firearm, and ban high-capacity magazines and bump stocks.
The emerald ash borer, the Asian beetle that has been chewing its way through North America’s ash trees, has arrived in Vermont, an event as long-anticipated as it is unwelcome.
Vermonter Peggy Shinn still recalls the surprisingly inspiring moment six years ago when the U.S. women’s cross-country ski team finished a World Cup relay in fifth place.
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