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Two weeks have passed since the Halloween storm dumped more than 3 inches of rain on northern Vermont, washing out some roads and submerging others all over Lamoille County, and bringing high winds that knocked out electricity across the region.

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When is violation of a town policy not a violation? When the town decides to change that policy after getting caught violating it.

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People seeking shelter from the frigid, snowy and wet weather of late fall will have a safe place to stay in Lamoille County come Friday when the homeless shelter in Hyde Park opens for the winter.

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Sara Haskins, the Morristown town clerk and treasurer, has received Vermont clerk certification from the Vermont Municipal Clerks and Treasurers Association.

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Salvation Farms and Community Health Services of Lamoille Valley have partnered to provide a weekly supply of fresh produce to eligible patients this fall.

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Morristown has taken another step toward running an ambulance squad staffed primarily by paid employees, rather than volunteers.

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Copley Hospital will hold public flu vaccine clinics for adults Nov. 18 and 21 at its Health Center Building, 530 Washington Highway, Morrisville.

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Two family nurse practitioners, Elise Rozendaal and Rebecca Tatel, and a behavioral health specialist, Charlie Charlton, have joined the Hardwick Area Health Center.

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Seven months have passed since Copley Hospital and North Central Vermont Recovery Center began working together to bring peer recovery coaches into Copley’s emergency department.

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Damage to local roads may run into the millions of dollars from the Halloween storm that howled through the region.

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Cabot Creamery and Jasper Hill Farm are the first confirmed tenants in the multimillion-dollar Hardwick Yellow Barn project, which is pegged to bring more than 105 new jobs and 110 people to the area within the next five years.

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The trend of out-of-state corporations purchasing Vermont ski resorts is continuing with the sale of Sugarbush Resort in Warren to a Colorado firm.

Drinking water systems at locations in three Vermont ski towns — Stowe, Fayston and Killington — have slightly elevated levels of PFAS compounds.

A portal to some fifth dimension near the foot of a mountain in southern Vermont. A train that jumped the tracks and plunged into the White River, killing more than 30 passengers. A vagrant who shot dead a young Essex Junction hotel worker who rebuffed his attempts at romance. A fortune tell…

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On Saturday, Nov. 23, Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center celebrates emergency first responders with a Soul & Blues Bash featuring Dave Keller’s Soul Revue with John Fusco and the X-Road Riders, plus special guests Cody Dickinson, Sarah Morrow, Sharisse Norman and Seth Yacovone. Tickets a…

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Athletes from Stowe High School and three neighboring schools, Harwood and Lamoille unions and Peoples Academy, had productive fall athletic seasons, with each school winning at least one state championship.

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Zenbarn in Waterbury Center celebrates its third anniversary weekend by combining local beer, art and the desire to build a stronger and healthier community. “This year, we commit ourselves to raising awareness and funds to support the fight against opioid addiction, one of the biggest threa…

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