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Following a frigid weekend, with wind chill temperatures dipping into double-digits below zero across the region, weather officials issued a winter storm warning starting at 10 p.m. on Sunday as a snowstorm that slammed southeastern states earlier in the day was expected to roar into Vermont…

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COLCHESTER – Green Mountain Power (GMP) is urging Vermonters to prepare for a strong regional storm will reach the state around midnight tonight, bringing gusty winds and a mix of precipitation, including heavy wet snow that could possibly take down trees and powerlines.

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MONTPELIER — The Agency of Education and the Department of Health are issuing new guidance about school testing and quarantine protocols in a program called Test at Home, which will shift more of the responsibility to families as more rapid tests are put in their hands.

Following a frigid weekend, with wind chill temperatures dipping into double-digits below zero across the region, weather officials issued a winter storm warning starting at 10 p.m. on Sunday as a snowstorm that slammed southeastern states earlier in the day was expected to roar into Vermont…

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COLCHESTER – Green Mountain Power (GMP) is urging Vermonters to prepare for a strong regional storm will reach the state around midnight tonight, bringing gusty winds and a mix of precipitation, including heavy wet snow that could possibly take down trees and powerlines.

NEW YORK CITY — A man who came to Vermont to establish a one-of-a-kind hybrid charter school on the campus of Marlboro College pleaded guilty Friday to devising a scheme to steal $218,000 from the school he established in 2005.

BURLINGTON — An alleged gang member from Springfield, Mass., who was arrested last February in Brattleboro after a gun purchase from an undercover agent, was sentenced in U.S. District Court to 60 months in prison.

BRATTLEBORO — Vermont Weaving Supplies, located in Putney, is this year’s winner of the business plan competition presented by the Brattleboro Development Credit Corp.

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BRATTLEBORO — Vermont Weaving Supplies, located in Putney, is this year’s winner of the business plan competition presented by the Brattleboro Development Credit Corp.

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BRATTLEBORO — Compounds found in hemp might play a future role in preventing COVID-19 from infecting people.

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A large winter storm was producing snow over parts of North Dakota early Friday and was expected to bring snow and ice to the South on Saturday before turning toward the East Coast, where rain and snow were likely Sunday or Monday, according to forecasters.

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TOWNSHEND — NewBrook Elementary School, Townshend Elementary School and Leland & Gray Union Middle and High School will be closed today because of COVID-19.

WESTMINSTER — The financial plot thickened Wednesday night as professional auditors for the Windham Northeast Supervisory Union told school directors they were shut out by the school administration last summer in their effort to make sure their recommendations for accounting improvements wer…

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DUMMERSTON — A two-year project to rebuild 12.5 miles of Route 9 between Brattleboro and Wilmington is going to require a lot of asphalt and a lot of trucks hauling that asphalt.

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