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So, all your relatives are in town for a big get-together, but you’ve already used up most of your vacation time.

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Negotiations over Vermont Asbestos Group’s operations on Belvidere Mountain were settled in October 2013 — Howard Manosh’s company would have 10 years to pay $50,000 toward cleaning up its 1,550-acre toxic waste site.

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Christopher Towne, the newest member of the Morristown Select Board, wants “to give back to the community that provided me with such an awesome place to live and learn.”

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In a country where “don’t ask, don’t tell” was a longstanding policy for gay, lesbian or bisexual people in the military, and the president recently vowed to ban transgender people from serving their country because he thinks they are “too costly, too disruptive and too burdensome,” Vermont …

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A $500,000 paving bond that voters approved in March is the main reason Morristown’s property tax rate rose slightly this year.

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The five towns in the Lamoille North Supervisory Union that merged into a single district this year received tax breaks under Act 46 — the state law that encourages districts to merge into larger organizations with 900 students or more.

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The much-debated school budget is behind the slight uptick Wolcott residents will pay in property taxes this year.

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For the last 60 Augusts, hundreds of antique car owners and thousands of automobile enthusiasts have descended on Stowe to celebrate what they love.

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Earlier this summer, Mike DeBonis did what a lot of people do when they have some vacation time: He did some traveling.

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Lyndon and Johnson state colleges will unite next year as Northern Vermont University, and they’ve received a $224,646 grant over three years to help figure out how to reload their curriculums.

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A Barre man should be returned to Vermont within a couple of weeks to face charges that he strangled his girlfriend in Middlesex.

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