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»Susan G. Komen local affiliate planning rides in VT, NH
SAXTONS RIVER -- Actor John Wayne is credited with saying "Courage is being scared to death but sadd ...
»Hermitage Club proposes lift replacement at Haystack
WILMINGTON -- Maps containing details for a proposed lift upgrade at Haystack were recently shown to ...
»Vermont AG: Reduce privacy in child cases
MONTPELIER -- Vermont Attorney William Sorrell said Tuesday lawmakers should consider reducing the p ...
»Guilford hears bridge complaints
GUILFORD -- On Monday night, Guilford officials hired an engineer, appointed an advisory committee, ...
»New gas station, country deli coming to Jamaica
JAMAICA -- A proposed gas station was met with local and state approval.
»Westminster's second town charter meeting set for Aug. 12
WESTMINSTER -- The town has planned for mid-August the second obligatory special meeting regarding p ...


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»Police rescue St. Albans man from burning building
St. Albans police officers rescued a man who was trapped inside his burning home early Wednesday mor ...
»Sentencing date set in deadly Milton arson fire
A date is finally set for the re-sentencing of Eric Williams, the Milton man convicted of killing fo ...
»Police: 10 arrested in North Country heroin bust
Authorities say they've arrested 10 people accused of selling and possessing heroin and other drugs ...
»Former superintendent sues police for malicious prosecution, defamation
A former school superintendent is suing a Vermont state police officer for malicious prosecution and ...
»Former Vt. principal pleads guilty to diverting funds
A former elementary school principal in Vermont has pleaded guilty to diverting $4,000 in grant mone ...
»Adirondack village's drinking water cited for lead
State health officials say an Adirondack village's drinking water has too much lead.


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