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MINEOLA, N.Y. — Commercial fishing companies, trade groups and seaport communities in four states have asked a court to stop the federal government from auctioning off the rights to develop a huge offshore windfarm in the Atlantic Ocean … more
Montpelier — Gov. Peter Shumlin, citing 2013 legislative action to decriminalize possession of up to one ounce of marijuana, today announced his intention to allow Vermonters convicted of that offense prior to the law change to apply for a … more
By Reformer Staff Covert, Mich. — Entergy will be closing another of its nuclear power plants, this one the Palisades power plant in Michigan in October 2018. "Entergy recognizes the consequences of a Palisades … more
By Sarah Kossayda Special to the Reformer Hinsdale, N.H. — When you have two state roads running through a small town, traveling can be hazardous for pedestrians and bicyclists. Town officials of Hinsdale — … more
By Chris Mays cmays@reformer.com VERNON — Mountain View Seventh-day Adventist Church's new "fellowship hall" is ready for just that. "We want the whole community to come," Pastor Art Miller said of an … more
By Chris Mays cmays@reformer.com BRATTLEBORO — The only cause for concern in the Downtown Brattleboro Alliance's annual work plan and budget involved programming for a park being developed in Harmony Place. … more
By Chris Mays cmays@reformer.com BRATTLEBORO — The Reformer building is now the town's building and soon it will be the police station. But due to Vermont statutes, the town has to pay taxes on the … more
By Michael Casey and Patrick Whittle The Associated Press PETERSHAM, Mass. — In a towering forest of centuries-old eastern hemlocks, it's easy to miss one of the tree's nemeses. No larger than a speck of … more
By Bob Audette raudette@reformer.com BRATTLEBORO — A local man dismissed from a fraud civil suit is being described by the remaining defendant on the suit as the "mastermind" of a bitcoin Ponzi scheme. … more
MONTPELIER Changes to licenses coming in 2017 The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is reminding hunters and anglers of changes to permanent license laws that go into effect starting on Jan. 1. A permanent hunting and … more
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