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The House races hugging both sides of Smugglers Notch are getting much of the fundraising action this campaign season, but the race for Lamoille County state’s attorney is noteworthy because the candidates aren’t running to make laws, but make sure people who break them are dealt with approp…

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In Stowe, it’s been tough to find enough people to wait tables, serve customers or make beds, among scores of other jobs that have gone unfilled.

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Local outstanding teachers have been recognized for their hard work by the University of Vermont.

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Route 15A in Morrisville is open to through traffic. The road reopened the afternoon of Friday, Oct. 5, just in time for the Columbus Day weekend. The road was closed to all traffic in mid-August while workers from Winterset Inc., the general contractor, built the approaches to a new, larger…

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A new solar array is in the works in Morrisville, and anyone who wants to comment on the proposal has only 11 more days to do so.

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Mike Reeve taps a tuning fork against the steering wheel of his patrol cruiser and holds it up to the radar device before heading out on his shift.

Scare tactics don’t always work when it comes to keeping kids off drugs, says Jessica Bickford, a coordinator at Healthy Lamoille Valley, a nonprofit that works to prevent substance abuse in teens and young adults.

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State regulators say they’re worried about the financial health of Copley Hospital in Morrisville, especially if patient numbers continue to decline and expenses continue to rise at the 25-bed facility.

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Gov. Phil Scott on Friday hit back at the state Ethics Commission’s finding last week that he had a conflict of interest, calling it an “October surprise in an election year.”

The Vermont Supreme Court has ruled that Stowe attorney Russell Barr can pursue his quest to help a group of EB-5 investors to regain some of the money they lost in the fraud at Jay Peak.

Emails obtained by VTDigger show internal squabbling within Vermont’s executive branch over the release of state EB-5 reports filed with the federal government.