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Alex Aldrich stepping down from Vermont Arts Council
-Burlington Free Press - Wed Mar 22 11:26:04 EDT 2017
Alex Aldrich, who has served as executive director of the Vermont Arts Council for more than 20 years, will step down April 14, the organization announced Wednesday afternoon. Aldr...
Black bear surprises Vermont researchers at its den
-UPI - Wed Mar 22 11:06:58 EDT 2017
March 22 (UPI) -- A group of Vermont wildlife researchers received a shock when they approached a black bear den and one of the animals suddenly bolted out into the open. The resea...
MONTPELIER, VT — The Vermont House Judiciary Committee approved a bill 8-3 Wednesday that would make personal possession and cultivation of small amounts of marijuana leg...
Japanese festival returns to St. Michael's College
-Burlington Free Press - Thu Mar 23 08:00:06 EDT 2017
The annual Japanese Cultural Festival known as Matsuri returns to St. Michael’s College on Sunday with six hours of activities ranging from traditional Japanese dance and music to ...
Ray Vega like you've never heard before
-Burlington Free Press - Thu Mar 23 02:00:06 EDT 2017
Vermont music fans have come to know and love the work of Ray Vega. The native of the South Bronx moved to the Burlington area in 2008 to teach music at the University of Vermont, ...
Brent's Music Picks: Two shows by Steep Canyon Rangers
-Burlington Free Press - Thu Mar 23 08:14:07 EDT 2017
Bluegrass always draws a crowd in Vermont. In fact, it will draw a couple of crowds this week when the North Carolina group Steep Canyon Rangers sticks around for two shows in the ...
VT bill would use new tax for 12 weeks of paid leave
-Burlington Free Press - Wed Mar 22 11:00:07 EDT 2017
Clarification: An earlier version of this article may have given the impression that a majority of Vermont businesses oppose paid family leave. About 47 percent support the idea, w...
Donkey basketball fundraiser drawing animal abuse complaints
-Chron - Tue Mar 21 08:13:59 EDT 2017
BARRE, Vt. (AP) — A Vermont group that investigates --- is drawing complaints that a planned donkey basketball fundraiser is promoting animal abuse. A petition drive has be...
VSP: Racial disparity in traffic searches decreased in 2016
-Burlington Free Press - Wed Mar 22 11:00:07 EDT 2017
The search rate of black drivers stopped by the Vermont State Police fell in 2016, according to new data released by the state agency on Tuesday, but remains significantly higher t...
Democrats Don't Want a Judicial 'Rubber Stamp.' Or Do They?
-The Wall Street Journal - Wed Mar 22 20:39:42 EDT 2017
‘Will you rubber-stamp a president whose administration has asserted that executive power is not subject to judicial review?” Sen. Patrick Leahy of Vermont demanded to know in his ...
Ex-senator can withdraw guilty plea in ----favors case
-Times Union - Thu Mar 23 12:04:57 EDT 2017
FILE - In a Wednesday, June 15, 2016 file photo, Vermont state Sen. Norman McAllister sits in court during the first day of his trial on two counts of --- assault, in St. Albans...
House approves bill about pregnant workers
-Burlington Free Press - Wed Mar 22 11:00:07 EDT 2017
Vermont lawmakers are considering a bill that would require employers to offer accommodations for pregnant employees, such as more frequent bathroom breaks or different work schedu...
CVU student wins Vermont's Poetry Out Loud competition
-Burlington Free Press - Tue Mar 21 08:00:06 EDT 2017
Emily Friedrichsen, a freshman at Champlain Valley Union High School in Hinesburg, won the Poetry Out Loud state finals held Thursday at Vermont PBS in Colchester. She was one of 1...
Roundup: UVM women’s lacrosse picks up first win
-Burlington Free Press - Thu Mar 23 20:51:04 EDT 2017
The University of Vermont women’s lacrosse team notched its first win of the season with a 17-10 victory against St. Bonaventure on Thursday afternoon at Virtue Field. Alison Bolt ...
Data breach could affect thousands in Vt.
-Burlington Free Press - Thu Mar 23 20:51:06 EDT 2017
Gov. Phil Scott and Lindsay Kurrie, Commissioner of the Vermont Department of Labor, take questions about a recent data breach affecting users of the Vermont Job Link during a news...
Chittenden County schools win big at Iron Chef
-Burlington Free Press - Wed Mar 22 11:00:07 EDT 2017
ESSEX JUNCTION - Three Chittenden County High Schools won awards in this year's 10th Jr. Iron Chef Vermont competition on Saturday at the Champlain Valley Exposition Center. F...
Opinion: Pass universal primary care bill
-Burlington Free Press - Wed Mar 22 11:00:07 EDT 2017
Pass universal primary care bill Imagine a health care system that allows you see a doctor when you feel sick without stressful billing considerations. Two universal primary care b...
Norwich men book spot in Frozen Four
-Burlington Free Press - Wed Mar 22 11:00:06 EDT 2017
NORTHFIELD - Kevin Salvucci tallied twice and Norwich University advanced to the Division III men’s hockey Frozen Four with a 6-2 win over Hamilton on Saturday night. William Pelle...
Neil Gorsuch, How Would You Vote?
-The Wall Street Journal - Mon Mar 20 20:42:18 EDT 2017
Democrats have come up empty trying to find something scandalous that Neil Gorsuch has said, so now they’re blaming him for what he won’t say. To wit, they want him to declare how ...
This year's Sleepout could be coldest ever, says director
-Burlington Free Press - Wed Mar 22 11:00:07 EDT 2017
From Spectrum Youth and Family Services website. "On Thursday, March 23rd, more than 100 business and community leaders from the Burlington area and beyond will come together for S...
Man in same---- child custody case gets 3 years in prison
-News-Sentinel.com - Wed Mar 22 14:00:34 EDT 2017
FILE - In this Sept. 22, 2016 file photo, Virginia businessman Philip Zodhiates leaves U.S. District Court in Buffalo, N.Y., where he was on trial for international parental kidnap...
Roundup: Plattsburgh blanks Norwich in Frozen Four
-Burlington Free Press - Wed Mar 22 11:00:06 EDT 2017
ADRIAN, Mich. - Three-time defending national champion Plattsburgh State is headed back to the Division III title game with a 4-0 win over Norwich in women’s hockey on Friday. The ...
Woolf: Job growth numbers worse than expected
-Burlington Free Press - Thu Mar 23 08:14:07 EDT 2017
How is the Vermont economy doing? Based on the most commonly used measure, the number of net new jobs created, the answer is not as well as we thought. SOPHIA TRIGG/FREE PRESS How ...
ICE lists Montpelier as uncooperative city
-Burlington Free Press - Thu Mar 23 08:14:07 EDT 2017
Migrant Justice led a rally on Church Street in Burlington Saturday afternoon in response to the arrest of three immigrants this past week. About 200 people participated. NICOLE DE...
Vermont, N.H. teams announced for 2017 Shrine game
-Burlington Free Press - Tue Mar 21 17:27:06 EDT 2017
The coaches have made their picks: The rosters are set for the 64th Annual Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl. The selection committees for Vermont and New Hampshire announced their squads on...
VT marijuana legalization bill heads to House floor
-Burlington Free Press - Wed Mar 22 14:55:06 EDT 2017
After a complicated marijuana legalization bill failed in 2016, a new bill would legalize up to 1 ounce of marijuana and allow Vermonters to grow several plants for personal use. T...
Company wins US Army contract for lightweight combat helmet
-Times Union - Tue Mar 21 11:56:06 EDT 2017
NEWPORT, Vt. (AP) — A Vermont company has won a U.S. Army contract worth up to $98 million to produce lightweight next-generation combat helmets for soldiers. Revision Military Ltd...
Man convicted in same---- child custody case to be sentenced
-The Seattle Times - Tue Mar 21 20:07:13 EDT 2017
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — A Virginia businessman is scheduled to be sentenced in New York for his role in a same---- couple’s child custody fight. A federal judge in Buffalo convicted P...
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