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More traffic stops but fewer overall incidents: That’s a snapshot of Morristown police activity in 2017.

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Copley Hospital in Morrisville finds itself between a rock and a hard place — coming under fire because its surgical division enjoys too much success, yet finding it a challenge to recruit doctors.

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Copley Hospital in Morrisville finds itself between a rock and a hard place — coming under fire because its surgical division enjoys too much success, yet finding it a challenge to recruit doctors.

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“Dec. 25. Weight, 140 pounds,” wrote the fictional Bridget Jones in the diary that launched the 2001 romantic comedy.

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When parents have trouble wrapping their heads around some new educational mandate, practice or jargon, sometimes it’s best to have the kids explain it, not just the educators.

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The cost of operating the Orleans Southwest Supervisory Union, which oversees schools in Wolcott, Craftsbury and four other towns spread across three counties, should go down in the next school year.

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Amanda Rohdenburg was busily drawing what she calls “a casual gender unicorn” on the whiteboard at the Department for Children and Families office in Morristown last month as about 10 people took seats around a small table in the middle of the room.

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Brooklyn Street in Morrisville was shut down for two hours late Tuesday morning, Jan. 2, while firefighters battled a ceiling fire at Perras Auto. No one was injured in the blaze and firefighters were able to save the building, but fire chief Shawn Goodell thought some repairs would be neces…

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The Green Mountain Byway could be getting a bit longer.

The Lamoille Region Chamber of Commerce will host a legislative breakfast on Monday, Jan. 15, from 7:30 to 9 a.m. at the Green Mountain Technology and Career Center, 738 Route 15, Hyde Park.

The Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation is now accepting public comments on proposed changes in the state’s acceptable management practices for maintaining water quality on logging jobs in Vermont.

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The executive editor of The Burlington Free Press, Denis Finley, was fired Monday after tweeting comments that drew heavy criticism from Twitter users, the chair of the Democratic Party and reporters and editors from several news outlets.

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The Vermont Public Utility Commission has approved a 5 percent rate increase for the state’s largest electric utility.

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Connor A. Manosh, son of Nick and Wendy Manosh of Morrisville, has graduated from Army Basic…

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Six basketball players from Lamoille Union High School and Peoples Academy were named to the…

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