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On a hot May day, the Vermont Foodbank, the Abbey Group and the National Guard held the first Farmers to Families food box distribution, offering USDA-funded boxes of produce, meat, and dairy …

Local nonprofit Steps to End Domestic Violence is set to open a new shelter for people who have experienced domestic violence by year’s end.

A new FedEx warehouse, visible along Interstate-89 between Williston and South Burlington, will use top-of-the-line water management practices to curb damage to the nearby Muddy Brook, a Lake …

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Becca Lee kept vigil through the silence of the night. She watched as Ruth Bader Ginsburg, her former boss, lay in repose in the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Unfathomable. That’s the word that Debora Steinerman uses when discussing the number 1.5 million. For Steinerman, the term unfathomable is fitting because that’s how many children were killed by the Nazi regime during the Holocaust, eight decades ago as World War II raged across the globe.

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The city of South Burlington has gotten into the news business, launching its own newsletter in response to city officials’ displeasure with local media coverage.

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The South Burlington School District has never qualified for the Summer Food Service Program, according to Rhonda Ketner, the district’s director of nutritional services.

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Stretching a dollar to see just how far it could go got Shelburne about 1.5 miles of fresh pavement this summer. It was about 3 miles less than what the town hoped to pave with the original bu…

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Eliza Fitzhugh and her husband, Andres Gutierrez. already had a lot on their minds when the pandemic shut down New York City in mid-March.

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The number of fatal car crashes on Vermont’s roads is up substantially. Despite there theoretically being fewer drivers on the road because of the ongoing pandemic, the number of people killed in motor vehicle crashes this year has already surpassed last year’s total.

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