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It was strike two at the polls on May 28 as South Burlington voters rejected the school district’s revised Fiscal Year 2021 budget proposal.

The about $53.7 million proposal failed by a count of 2,924-1,613 votes.

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Volunteers in the parking lot of Usherwood Office Technology in Williston scurried around with an enthusiasm that belied the hour – before 8 a.m. – and the day – Saturday, May 30.

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Launched at the very beginning of the pandemic, a weekly hourlong update organized by Johnson town officials has become must-see TV, with special guests and musical acts.

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In early April, driving home from a shift as a physician’s assistant in the emergency room at the University of Vermont Medical Center, Than Moore had an idea.Vermont was less than four weeks into the local appearance of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Your local guide to the global outbreak.

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Stowe Police Chief Don Hull spent more time away from the office last month than he’d originally bargained for. A vacation in Montana for a couple of weeks forced him to self-quarantine for another two weeks when he got back to Vermont.

They say that one person’s trash is another’s treasure. But sometimes, one person’s trash can be another’s Personal Protective Equipment.

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Gov. Phil Scott is running for re-election. But he won’t be campaigning “until the state of emergency is over,” he wrote in an announcement Thursday morning.

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The rules allow the markets to open, but customers can’t linger, there’s no entertainment and masks are de rigeur.

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