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CONCORD, N.H. (AP) >> This is the last weekend of the bear hunting season in New Hampshire.   Full Story
MONTPELIER >> The second open enrollment period for buying health insurance through Vermont Health Connect is going well for new customers.   Full Story
MONTPELIER >> Public data abounds in modern times, but relatively little of it is publicly accessible, and even less of it is linked in a meaningful way. Spreadsheets and databases often live on closed computer networks inside individual state agencies or organizations. The information is difficult to access and analyze, and thus its usefulness is limited.   Full Story
BRATTLEBORO >> A veterinarian has testified that animals at a Vermont holiday-themed park had gotten worse, despite a care plan she made for the owner earlier this year.   Full Story
RANDOLPH (AP) >> Layoffs could be coming to Vermont Technical College in Randolph.   Full Story
Christmas Bazaar: 9 a.m.-1 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 18 Town Crier Drive, Brattleboro, off Putney Road, across from Cota & Cota.   Full Story
Pizza for China The Chinese Language Excursion Group from Leland & Gray High School is planning a pizza fundraiser on Saturday, Nov.   Full Story
MONTPELIER >> Vermont lawmakers can expect to hear both sides of the debate over the legalization of marijuana when the new biennium begins in January.   Full Story

GRAFTON -- Troopers with the Vermont State Police are investigating a case of animal cruelty near a home on Eastman Road.   Full Story

BRATTLEBORO > > At approximately 8:35 p.m., the Brattleboro Police Department, the Brattleboro Fire Department and Rescue Inc. responded to Marlboro Road in the vicinity of Cumberland Farms for the report of a two-vehicle accident.   Full Story
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MONTPELIER >> The Vermont Department of Health is monitoring two people who recently returned from Ebola-stricken West Africa, officials said Thursday.   Full Story
TOWNSHEND >> A 62-year-old Vermont woman accused of shooting to death her ex-boyfriend and his son at their home in Townshend has pleaded not guilty.   Full Story
MONTPELIER >> Three national businesses are helping to defend Vermont's GMO labeling law. The companies told a federal court last week that the state statute, which requires food manufacturers and retailers to label certain products containing genetically modified ingredients, would not be difficult to implement.   Full Story
MONTPELIER >> The Vermont Agency of Agriculture will not require certain farms in the Missisquoi Bay basin to implement agricultural practices designed to improve water quality in Lake Champlain.   Full Story