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Fifteen years ago, a small group of volunteers joined hands to offer financial support to their friends and neighbors in and around Lamoille County who were battling cancer.

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Skies cleared and temperatures finally rose just in time for family and friends to pack in around the band shell for the 169th commencement at Peoples Academy last Thursday, June 15.

On Tuesday, June 27, there will be a community conversation focusing on Vermont’s opiate epidemic at Green Mountain Technical and Career Center in Hyde Park.

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The 33rd annual Rattling Brook Bluegrass Festival brought over 500 people to the small town of Belvidere, for a full day of music, dancing and good food on Saturday, June 17. The festival featured VT Bluegrass Pioneers, Dave Nichols & Spare Change, Northern Flyer, Mad Mountain Scramblers…

Kelsey Aiken, Caitlyn Alden, Kayla Atkinson, Parker Audet, Kelsey Baraw, Tara Barney, Morgan Bartlau, Kaitlyn Bettis, Aaron Blaisdell, Shane Blaise, Katie Bolio, Ian Booth, Kyle Brown, Brittany Bullard, Ryan Byrne.

  • By Mike Polhamus | VTDigger.org
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A judge has struck down the village of Morrisville’s key argument in a case that municipal officials say could spell the end of Green River Reservoir unless they prevail.

  • By Anne Galloway | VTDigger.org
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A Jay Peak investor is suing the state government in Lamoille County Superior Court over allegations that officials covered up a $200 million Ponzi-like scheme in which more than 800 EB-5 immigrant investors were defrauded.

  • By Morgan True | VTDigger.org
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Immigrant workers and their supporters rallied Monday at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Vermont field office, calling for the release of two Franklin County dairy workers arrested during the weekend.

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Much has been written these past few years about how many young Vermonters do not stick arou…

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Sarah Reinecke of Jeffersonville was named to the spring dean’s list at the Henry C. Lee Col…

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Jose Zirena, president of Green Mountain Toastmasters, based in Stowe, placed third in a reg…

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Lamoille’s Nick Fitzgerald has been named the Capital League Player of the Year for the 2017…

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