For many, the Confederate flag carries with it a controversial history. But despite neighbors' concerns, it continues to fly high outside a Montpelier home. Today, folks on both sides of the issue spoke with NBC 5 news.
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Districts say the reduced payments mean they’ll have less money to put on the bargaining table. Gov. Phil Scott had pushed to negotiate teacher health care at the state level. The post Reduced education fund payouts complicate teacher contract talks...
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Lack of action places our climate, our health and our national security at risk. The post Sandra Levine: Tools for an energy transformation appeared first on VTDigger.
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Leland & Gray in Townshend was one of three schools in the supervisory union with elevated levels. Two elementaries quickly got the “all clear,” but the problem lingered at the upper-grades site. The post School waits to hear if radon problem finally...
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As of now, the closest dispensary to Rutland is in Brandon, about a half-hour’s drive. Vermont also has dispensaries in Brattleboro, Burlington and Montpelier. The post Developer pitches medical marijuana dispensary for Rockwell site appeared first on...
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Daniel Rachek is a certified public accountant who led in-depth financial investigations in his 22 years with the bureau, says the governor’s office. The post State’s top FBI official leaving to run Vermont Lottery appeared first on VTDigger.
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In a key change, the school board that governs the proposed merged district would not have the power to close a local school without that community's consent. The post Tunbridge and Chelsea to talk about revised merger plan appeared first on...
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News Release — Boston Bruins Fan Fest Tour Contact: Ara Hagan 802-863-5956, ext 206 BRUINS ANNOUNCE FIRST EVER BOSTON BRUINS FAN FEST TOUR; TOUR TO VISIT EACH NEW ENGLAND STATE FROM AUGUST 26 – 31 BOSTON, MA – The Boston Bruins will embark on its first...
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News Release — Capital City Concerts Aug. 23, 2017 Contact: Karen Kevra 802-793-9291 MONTPELIER: Capital City Concerts (CCC) announces its 2017-2018 season of world-class chamber music in downtown Montpelier, with concerts taking place September through...
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News Release — Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department August 23, 2017 Media Contact: Corey Hart, 802-265-2279 CASTLETON, Vt. – Vermont Fish & Wildlife’s “Let’s Go Fishing Program” will be holding two educational fishing clinics in September, both which are...
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News Release — Wood Gallery Aug. 23, 2017 Contact: Ginny Callan, director 802-262-6035 twwoodgallery@gmail.com www.twwoodgallery.org The Paleteers of Vermont, a Member Exhibit and Sketches in Perfection: A Special Exhibit of Paintings and Sketches by...
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The Bellows Falls firefighters accuse the village trustees of acting improperly in connection with a voter-mandated budget cut that led to dropping all four full-time firefighter positions. The post Facing elimination, fire crew claims unfair labor...
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News Release — Vermont Future Business Leaders of America Aug. 23, 2017 Contact: Sarah Emery, Executive Director Vermont Future Business Leaders of America 802 745 9868 semery.vtfbla@gmail.com www.vtflba.org St. Johnsbury — A grant by the Vermont...
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“We were trying to make a statement about what is necessary to do when moral crisis arises,” said Jeffrey Amestoy, who wrote the statement signed by dozens of his peers nationwide. The post Former Vermont attorneys general call for rejection of hate...
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Officials from the UVM Health Network asked the Green Mountain Care Board to approve a budget that would yield $1.4 billion in revenue and emphasize keeping people healthy. The post UVM Health Network proposes $1.4B budget appeared first on...
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Cigar box guitars have made quite the comeback in recent years. A father and son in Fletcher have been producing their version of the instrument and it's hitting a high note with musicians.
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A rainy summer means muddy trails but how you should handle the muck may surprise you. Our Alexandra Montgomery headed to the Long Trail to learn more.
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The state downgraded revenue expectations. What could that mean for your taxes? Our Kyle Midura talked to key lawmakers to get a feel for what they're thinking.
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Do Trump supporters have a voice in Vermont? We put out the call and many of you answered, telling us you feel silenced as a Trump supporter in progressive Vermont.
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They were on the front lines of nuclear testing in the 1950s. So-called atomic veterans share their stories of being used as guinea pigs and the struggle to win compensation for their resulting health woes.
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The commissioner of the Vermont Department for Children and Families says his organization will be able to fund fully a "last resort" public assistance program used to help Vermonters in need.
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According to research, every town and city across Vermont needs to fill an average of four to six drivers to complete all the school bus routes. Melissa Sheketoff finds out those positions will be filled
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