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Last Friday marked the start of early voting for August primaries in Vermont, bringing the state’s largest freshmen class of legislators in years one step closer to the Statehouse.

South Burlington police are looking for Pebbles, a pitbull mix, reported stolen June 2 at around 7:30 p.m. outside Petco, 861 Williston Road.

The Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation wants public feedback on the proposed creation of a rule to regulate how wake boats are operated in public lakes and ponds in Vermont.

June 13 at 10:35 a.m., a driver crashed near the intersection of Pond Road and Place Road East after experiencing a medical emergency while at the wheel. Police responded and found the driver still in distress, so EMS was called to transport them to the hospital.

Hinesburg has sent a letter of support to the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources asking it to study the issue of wake boats on lake ecosystems, and to potentially develop statewide regulations in response to a push from a group looking to mitigate wake boats’ effect on Vermont’s lakes and ponds.

I’m sitting here at my desk on this beautiful sunny day with tears in my eyes and a sick feeling in my heart. Roe v. Wade was overturned today…

I’m urging the citizens of Hinesburg to vote for Christina Deeley as your new representative in Montpelier.

I dreamt an alligator ate my dog whole. When I told my husband about my nightmare, he thought it was all about vulnerability. Or, more accurat…