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It's late summer, kids are headed back to school, and the scammers are back (not that they ever left). Alerts have been posted by the Federal Trade Commission, AARP Fraud Watch, the Better Business Bureau and others for three major scams that have … more
What a stupid stupid man.Once again, if you walked into a voting booth and checked the box with this buffoonistic cretin's name and you haven't confessed your sins and asked humanity to forgive you, then sorry, you're no better than he is.This … more
Vermont is fortunate to have an established system of outpatient care for people who are recovering from opioid addiction. In fact, our state's Hub and Spoke system has been nationally recognized as a model for other states struggling with the … more
Among the most notable martyrs to the Clean Water Act are names that few recall: Ocie and Corey Mills, John Pozsgai, John Rapanos and most recently, John Duarte. All of them were dragged into years-long battles with the Federal government — … more
Sometimes we never get to know the difference we may make to someone. But this past Christmas, it seems that a group of us did make a difference — and we received it right back, multiplied.Our Hallowell Singers better known for our hospice … more
Finding a solution for the seasonal overflow shelter in Brattleboro for the upcoming winter season is a relief for many in the community. The primary purpose of the SOS is to provide warm shelter for those who have no place to go during the coldest … more
My first diesel vehicle was a brand new 1984 Volkswagen Rabbit that my daughters called "the bunny car." It was a very tasteful gunmetal blue two-door built at the VW plant in Pennsylvania. The car was reliable and fun to drive, but it was rather … more
As I write this, journalists across the globe are still trying valiantly to weave the president's rambling, incoherent, contradictory speech in Arizona into a somewhat cogent whole that will help us decipher the Trumpian roadmap.One thing that … more
August has brought its share of warm, humid days. Many Vermonters rely on electric-powered air conditioning, heat-pumps, and fans to get relief from the heat. These cooling solutions make us more comfortable, but with the exception of heat pumps, … more
Some in my generation of baby boomers are trying to deal with life changes for which we may be ill prepared. That means we have to learn to take things as they come and figure out how to deal with them. There may be self-help options such as books, … more
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