As the country squabbles about the best health care system for the nation, a number of Vermonters have been pushing for guaranteed primary care for everyone in the state.
After over two years of work, the Elmore-Morristown and Stowe school districts have finished their sales pitch to the State Board of Education: Leave us alone.
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Half a ton: That’s the weight of prescription drugs that Lamoille County Sheriff Roger Marcoux and his deputies have picked up from other police departments in the last month.
Peoples Academy has been named the most beautiful public school in the Green Mountain State. Architectural Digest named the Morristown school to its 2017 list of the most beautiful public schools in each of the 50 states.
At age 83, Howard Manosh, Morrisville entrepreneur and owner of Vermont Asbestos Group, isn’t slowing down. He has come up with a plan — approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency — to clean up the asbestos mine on the Eden-Lowell town line.
“I really couldn’t do anything other than sit at home. I could barely cook for myself. I was verging on not being an independent adult.” That’s how Brie Hoblin describes her own life just a few years ago. The Jeffersonville native, who’d had concussions as a teenager, suffered a serious head…
Schools across Vermont may have been working for the past four years off the wrong set of rules guiding decisions on the special education that children receive.
Vermont has nowhere near the amount of solar and wind generators it will need to meet renewable energy goals written into law, but utilities are nevertheless fighting developers seeking to build more.
A Stowe businessman who invested more than half a million dollars in Jay Peak expansion in the Northeast Kingdom is suing a Florida law firm and its president for malpractice and breach of contract, according to records in U.S. District Court in Vermont.
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What used to be the Lamoille Senior Center is now the Lamoille County Civic Center.
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