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A Morristown official’s job could be on the line after she posted an offensive tweet about homeless people Monday night, even as the town was simultaneously adopting a policy aimed at governing social media use.

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For the past year, the Lamoille South school district — which encompasses Elmore, Morristown and Stowe — has been entrusting much of its communications to a public relations company that has helped turn education lingo into plain language.

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The family behind a new nonprofit aimed at helping people with opioid use disorder get back to healthy, productive lives has a fan on the campaign trail toward the nation’s highest office.

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The Hyde Park Electric Department has filed for an almost 16 percent rate increase for its customers this fall. 

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Sharon Duffy, who was an EMT with Morristown Rescue and a Johnson town constable and health officer, died of cancer Sept. 26 at the age of 48. A service in her honor was held on Saturday, attended by first responders and emergency personnel from across the region.

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Lamoille South school superintendent Tracy Wrend received support for her leadership from the public, despite being at the losing end of a lawsuit filed by a former teacher.

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The Lamoille South school board is under pressure to discipline or fire superintendent Tracy Wrend after a federal jury decided she was retaliating against a teacher when she fired him five years ago.

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Hyde Park village residents will decide Oct. 16 whether to float nearly $4.3 million in bonds to pay for improvements to its water infrastructure, two years after the state said there was not enough pressure in the system.

One month after losing eligibility to offer free lunch to all students in Eden and Johnson, the Lamoille North school district is making moves to fill the hunger gap.

Good news at Johnson Elementary School: Water damage isn’t nearly as bad as feared in the shared space that serves as a gym, lunchroom and music classroom.

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Casey Kuhns, a Morristown firefighter who died in the line of duty in early 2018, will be honored at a national ceremony this Sunday, Oct. 6, in Emmitsburg, Md.

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Peter Dallison thinks Vermont is encountering a sort of 21st-century boom not unlike that in the mid-1800s that sent hundreds of thousands of people to California in search of gold.

Green Mountain Power President and CEO Mary Powell will be leaving the state’s largest electric utility at the end of this year.

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Black Violin performs at NVU-Johnson’s Dibden Center for the Arts on Sunday, Oct. 13 at 7 p.m. Classically trained string duo Kevin Sylvester (Kev Marcus) on violin and Wilner Baptiste (Wil B.) on viola perform with a hip-hop treatment of classical sensibilities, reinvigorating string arrang…

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The Spruce Peak Chamber Music Society presents “Occupied Berlin” at the Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center on Sunday, Oct. 13 at 7 p.m. The concert’s program is inspired by the fall of the Berlin Wall 30 years ago, when Leonard Bernstein gathered musicians from France, England, Russia and Am…

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