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House Speaker Shap Smith seeks property tax reform proposals from the public

12/22/2014 11:06 AM EST
MONTPELIER >> House Speaker Shap Smith is soliciting education finance reform proposals from the public.  
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2014 a big Lyme disease year in upper New England
12/21/2014 06:43 PM EST - PORTLAND, MAINE >> Environmental factors and improved reporting methods led to another year of high Lyme disease totals in northern New England. Full Story

 
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House Speaker Shap Smith seeks property tax reform proposals from the public

12/22/2014 11:06 AM EST
MONTPELIER >> House Speaker Shap Smith is soliciting education finance reform proposals from the public.  
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2014 a big Lyme disease year in upper New England
12/21/2014 06:43 PM EST - PORTLAND, MAINE >> Environmental factors and improved reporting methods led to another year of high Lyme disease totals in northern New England. Full Story

Budget to dominate upcoming New Hampshire session
12/21/2014 06:43 PM EST - CONCORD, N.H. >> The state budget will serve as the political battleground between Democratic Gov. Full Story

New England in Brief
12/21/2014 06:45 PM EST - Authorities say an escaped inmate from New Hampshire has been arrested in Vermont four days after police say he walked away from a transitional housing unit where he was finishing his sentence. Full Story

Task force: Boost financial literacy for all Vermonters
12/19/2014 11:46 PM EST - BURLINGTON >> A task force launched by Champlain College unveiled a 13-point plan on Thursday for boosting Vermonters' understanding of personal finances. Full Story

Administration spent about $1.6 million studying single payer
12/19/2014 11:34 PM EST - MONTPELIER >> The Shumlin administration spent about $1.6 million since 2011 to develop a proposal for a single payer health care program that is now on hold. Full Story

Veterans' Home to cut patient beds
12/19/2014 11:31 PM EST - BENNINGTON >> The Vermont Veterans' Home Board of Trustees voted on Wednesday to take steps to reduce the number of patient beds it is licensed for, from the current 171 beds to 130. Full Story

Leg lamp stolen from New York store's display

NORTH TONAWANDA, N.Y. (AP) — Who took the leg lamp belonging to Ralphie's "Old Man" from a New York store's annual tribute to "A Christmas Story"? Full Story
Colts owner helps out Jack Kerouac organization

LOWELL, Mass. (AP) — The owner of the Indianapolis Colts has ponied up $10,000 for a Massachusetts organization that keeps Beat Generation writer Jack Kerouac's legacy alive. Full Story