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Gov. Phil Scott has repeated innumerable times the same trio of initiatives he laid out when he took office three years ago: grow the economy, make Vermont more affordable and protect the most vulnerable.

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A winter storm on Friday caused numerous crashes, closed down Mountain Road and knocked out electricity for hundreds of customers.

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From the outside looking in, Lamoille South school leaders appear to be in the eye of a storm as they weigh the future of superintendent Tracy Wrend.

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“Not guilty does not mean exonerated”: That’s the sign Waterbury Center resident Bill April held as he stood with about a dozen others in front of the Akeley Memorial Building last Wednesday night, less than an hour after the U.S. Senate voted to acquit President Donald Trump of impeachment.

Tennis fans’ eyes around the world were on Melbourne last month as the Australian Open kicked off the 2020 tournament season.

Stowe residents will have to travel to Morristown if they want to ask questions about the roughly $32 million school budget for 2020-21, because the school board won’t be coming to town again before Town Meeting Day.

The Lamoille South school board held a series of more than 30 closed-door sessions Monday evening so residents could say what they think about Tracy Wrend, the school superintendent.

The old Gables Inn on Mountain Road, renowned for its tasty breakfasts served to diners sitting outside under bright yellow umbrellas, was torn down last week.

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Gov. Phil Scott vetoed legislation Monday that would raise Vermont’s minimum wage to $12.55 by 2022.

In 2019, Vermonters filed 5,447 scam reports with the Attorney General’s Consumer Assistance Program (CAP). Scam reports total more than 40 percent of all contacts CAP had with consumers last year. The report shows that though old scams persisted, new scams emerged.

February Is Love Your Neighbor Food Drive Month!

The Vermont Community Newspaper Group is collecting nonperishable items to be donated to the Lamoille Community Food Share in February. Drop off your items at the News & Citizen, 92 Lower Main Street, Morrisville, or the Stowe Reporter, 49 School Street, Stowe.

The weekend weather was brutal in the Waterbury area, but people still need nourishment, which meant the poor guy on cart duty in the Shaw’s S…

Lamoille’s Wenzdae Wendling skis to 29th place at the U-32 Invitational, where the Lamoille boys team finished sixth and the girls team was eighth.

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