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Legislative leaders might allow joint assemblies and committee hearings in-person at the Statehouse this summer and fall, in a test run for what the Legislature’s 2022 session may look like.

The first time Vince and Allison Bolduc made maple syrup, they tapped a few maples around their home using hand-me-down taps, hung milk jugs from the trees and lugged the sap back to their driveway to boil it.

A bill making waves through the Vermont statehouse attempts to tackle a question the size of the magic school bus: How do you fund public education so Vermont students across all districts can…

South Burlington city leaders are pushing forward on a climate action plan that will identify ways to make the city more energy efficient — and are looking seriously at new electric vehicle ch…

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Who is the man in the orange vest and Vietnam Vets cap directing traffic on White Street? Who smiles and waves as backpacked kids skip past? Who holds a stop sign aloft, unafraid of the cars i…

As Federal Magistrate Judge John M. Conroy began to wind down his career at the U.S. District Courthouse in Burlington, he was saluted for his ability to connect with criminal defendants, lawy…

As a jogger in a neon orange shirt ran past Tracey Carson, headed into the heart of Red Rocks Park, a fluffy dog chased after him dragging a leaf- and twig-riddled leash along the forest floor.

As the Chittenden County Public Safety Authority thrusts ahead on its nearly $2.3 million effort to regionalize emergency dispatch, the voices on the other end of the phone worry how consolida…

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