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You may have noticed more military vehicles on local highways this spring and summer, but there’s no state of emergency or natural disaster to worry about.

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The sound of the phone ringing is music to James Evans’ ears.

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“Thank you for your interest in the criminal justice system,” said Paul Finnerty, the Lamoille County state’s attorney, as a group of animal activists left his office on Friday afternoon. “It’s unfortunate my murder case isn’t getting this much attention.”

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Students from the Green Mountain Technology and Career Center were among the top performers at the SkillsUSA national championships in Louisville, Ky., last month.

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Forget those changes planned at the intersection of Routes 12 and 15A in downtown Morrisville. They’ve been scrapped.

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Some people spend years trying to figure out what they want to do with their lives. Kris Boutin didn’t have that problem; in elementary school, he knew he wanted a career in music.

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The Farm to Ballet Project, directed by Chatch Pregger, is in its third year reinterpreting classical ballet choreography to tell the story of a Vermont farm from planting to harvest.

The major roads in the villages of Morrisville and Stowe should be repaved in the next few years, courtesy of the Vermont Agency of Transportation.

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A team of UVM undergraduates recently partnered with Salvation Farms, a Morrisville nonprofit, to calculate some of the environmental costs of crop loss in Vermont.

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The jury in former state senator Norm McAllister’s sexual assault trial found him guilty on one count of misdemeanor prostitution Friday night after nearly four hours of deliberation.

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Over the holiday weekend, rummaging through old file boxes in the barn, I came across a fold…

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Cookie’s Hot Club will perform at Tuesday Night Live on July 25 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at the L…

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Three local students received degrees from Norwich University May 13:

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Kristian Viljanen headlines a group of six players on the 2017 Peoples Academy baseball squa…

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