People have held silent protests around the traffic roundabout in Cambridge for several months, kneeling and holding signs to protest systemic racism in Vermont and the nation. At right, the organizer of the Black Lives Matter protests, which are held every Sunday from 1-2 p.m.
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Issue Date: Wednesday, November 25
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- From broken back to buck
- Driver in fatal Elmore crash sent to jail for three years
- Things get Mirky at North Country Animal League
- County homeless shelter opens without permit
- Vermont State Police
- Helen Day looks to change name, rebrand
- First tracks: Stowe Mountain Resort's opening day 2020
- Be wary of fake phone request
- Warm weather pushes ski start date
- Power lines, poles gone from Stowe’s Main Street
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