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Two months ago, septic pumping company Hartigan, hired to clean out the grease traps at Morrisville’s 10 Railroad Street restaurant, made a critical mistake and sent untold gallons of sewage into the kitchen and the rest of the building.

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The New York Police Department made headlines last month when it boasted about confiscating more than 100 pounds of Vermont-grown hemp on its way to a Brooklyn CBD store, mistaking the legal hemp for illegal marijuana.

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When a musical is about an aging man’s tall tales, and the truth of those tales is in question, and when circumstances reveal that the tales were not really tall at all, and everybody winds up happy, you have the elements of a first-rate show.

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An Agency of Transportation audit team is combing through the books of Project Roadsafe, a driver safety program funded by a $95,000 federal grant and run by the Associated General Contractors of Vermont. The project is overseen by the trade association’s executive vice president, Richard “D…

David Edleson, rabbi at South Burlington’s Temple Sinai, planned to start the 3SquaresVT Challenge on Sunday, Nov. 17. Then he slipped up and bought a salad at Panera Bread.

George Woodard, a farmer-musician-actor-director, has created the Lamoille County Players variety show Dec. 14-15.

Kassie and Landon Merriam, Eden Mills, and Isabella Sargent, Eden, members of the Eden Eagles 4-H Club, gave a presentation on how to create l…

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Black-capped chickadees are one of the most frequent visitors to our bird feeders in winter, but do we really know them? This common bird exhibits some remarkable behaviors and winter survival strategies.

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Lamoille County Players presents a Holiday Variety Show — created and hosted by farmer-musician-actor-director George Woodard with guests Carrie Cook, Lesley Grant and a cast of Players’ favorites on Saturday, Dec. 14, at 7 p.m., and Sunday, Dec. 15, at 2 p.m. at the historic Hyde Park Opera…

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Vermont’s loons are thriving with a record 101 nesting pairs recorded statewide in 2019, the highest since loon monitoring began in 1978, according to the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department and Vermont Center for Ecostudies (VCE).

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