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Every registered voter in South Burlington should receive a thick envelope in their mailbox next month, emblazoned with the words “official election mail.”

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Pop quiz: What’s the most pressing issue facing lawmakers in the 2021 legislative session? Hint: It’s been the most pressing issue in the world for a year now.

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The 47th Stowe Winter Carnival has been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, but the organizers hope to still be able to hold the annual event in March.

Stowe’s property values continued to rise last year, despite the pandemic, adding an estimated $33 million to the town’s overall property grand list already valued at more than $2 billion.

Recent confirmed COVID-19 cases at several schools across the region have local school administrators asking families and other community members to continue taking the virus seriously as 2021 begins and vaccine distribution slowly rolls out in Vermont.

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Students and staff at Frederick H. Tuttle Middle School stayed at home Tuesday after the district discovered someone in the community tested positive for COVID-19.

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When South Burlington students returned to school on Monday, they didn’t just get to get back in the classroom — they got to hit the ice, snow and courts as well.

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The coronavirus pandemic gave rise to a mantra at ski resorts all over America: don’t be the reason we lose our season.

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Jan. 6, 2021, will forever mark a day of infamy for our nation. It will be remembered because our beloved Capitol building — the very heart of our democracy — was stormed and laid under siege.

A lawsuit filed against Vail Resorts on behalf of three employees is seeking class action status and alleges the company has repeatedly violated federal labor laws as well as state labor laws in Colorado, California, Utah, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Washington, New York, Vermont and Michigan.

Vermont has joined a bipartisan coalition of 37 attorneys general in suing Google for anticompetitive conduct, according to a press release from Attorney General T.J. Donovan.

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Vermont Attorney General T.J. Donovan has come down on the side of transparency when it comes to releasing names of teenagers involved in fatal or serious crashes or providing names of children that have been abducted or lost.

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The Vermont Secretary of State’s Office has received threats against its elections team, with messages from an unnamed individual saying workers who oversaw the 2020 election process should be executed by firing squad.

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