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You voted for these anti-police politicians

In a recent letter to the editor submitted by Dr. Dianne Pierson regarding the idea of the city of Burlington issuing gun licenses to those that wish to carry a gun outside their home:. I have a question. How will this address the rash of shootings taking place in the...
BURLINGTON, VT
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Man arrested for assault in Warren

WARREN — A 74-year-old man from Florida was arrested for assault in Warren yesterday. Authorities say they were notified of a citizen dispute at a home on West Hill Extension at around 8:30 p.m. Police say that John Fuller, of Newport, FL, had caused bodily harm to a 64-year-old...
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Surveillance Image Shows Suspect in Vt. State House Vandalism

Vermont Capitol Police are asking for tips from the public that could help them identify a suspect they say vandalized the Vermont State House in Montpelier over the weekend. Investigators released a surveillance image on their Facebook page which shows a person outside the historic building over the weekend. Capitol Police say the person in the image is the prime suspect in a vandalism that left seven windows broken across the front of the building.
MONTPELIER, VT
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Urine recycling, a Vermont farm is creating fertilizer from human urine

Burlington City Councilors vote to approve Mayor Miro Weinberger’s $96 million budget Monday night. Increased police funding was up for debate, but this time without controversy. Green Up Vermont tries new method to reduce plastic waste. Updated: 13 hours ago. Green Up Vermont tries new method to reduce plastic...
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Burlington Council Approves Short-Term Rental Rules

After years of often-heated debate, the Burlington City Council on Monday approved rules for regulating short-term rentals. The rules require hosts to live on the same lot or in the same building as their short-term rental, with two exceptions. The regs allow hosts to operate just one short-term rental, though they can also rent up to three individual rooms — or "partial units" — within their own homes.
BURLINGTON, VT
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Middlebury Welcomes Back Kate Johnson ’09 As Assistant Nordic Coach

Middlebury has announced the rehiring of Kate Johnson '09 as the assistant Nordic ski coach. Johnson previously served in the same capacity with the Panthers from 2016-2020, before accepting a coaching position with the United States Cross Country Teams during the Olympic cycle. "We are thrilled to welcome Kate back...
MIDDLEBURY, VT
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Fiddleheads, F*ck Ups, and Life on the Farm

Luke, a co-worker of mine from nearly ten years ago (going from farm to farm, he is a lot of people’s old co-worker), is hired on as a delivery driver to bring our vegetables down to the New York City market. He looks the same now when he comes into the trailer during dinner as when we first worked together. He remains short and brown-blond-haired with a mustache over his upper lip, a tongue piercing, a necklace tucked beneath a white T-shirt, and cargo shorts. We worked on a farm that grew so many carrots we’d spend most of October and November picking, topping, washing, and sorting them. After work at the bar or in our beds, we could close our eyes and still see orange shapes on the sorting table, moving down the incline.
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Green Up Vermont tries new method to reduce plastic waste

BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) - Green Up Vermont unveiled their newest method of working towards eliminating single use plastics Monday. The group has dedicated the first of thirty-three water bottle filling stations that will be placed at high- use public places throughout the state. The stations were funded by a grant...
VERMONT STATE
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Shelburne mother selling signs to raise money for Planned Parenthood

Shelburne, VT — A Shelburne mother is making signs to raise money for Planned Parenthood after the U.S. Supreme Court decided to overturn Roe v. Wade. Elsa Oppenheimer has been making yard signs that read “Reproductive Rights are Human Rights”, and the orders have been rolling in, as she has sold about 45 signs in two days.
SHELBURNE, VT

Democratic candidates for attorney general vow to increase abortion protections if elected

Charity Clark and Rory Thibault said they would work with lawmakers to take additional steps, using existing and new legislation, to make Vermont a “safe harbor” for people seeking an abortion — whether or not those people live in the state. Read the story on VTDigger here: Democratic candidates for attorney general vow to increase abortion protections if elected.
WINOOSKI, VT
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Will 3rd time be the charm for noncitizen voting in Burlington?

BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) - Burlington’s City Council is working once again to allow noncitizens to vote. Twice before, Burlington city councilors pushed for noncitizen voting. In 2015, voters rejected it. In 2020, the council itself voted against putting it on the ballot. Since then, Winooski and Montpelier voted to...
BURLINGTON, VT

Costs explode for July 4th fireworks displays

Five years ago it cost $5,000 to ship a container of fireworks from China; this year it cost $45,000, according to East Montpelier-based Northstar Fireworks, which puts on fireworks shows throughout the Twin States. Read the story on VTDigger here: Costs explode for July 4th fireworks displays.
MONTPELIER, VT
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Burlington City Council approves $96M 2023 budget

Advocates react after Gov. Sununu’s recent veto involving landfills. Inside one Morrisville shop sits a world of possibilities to learn about and to try out modern herbalism. Record-breaking year for Vermont’s Green Up Day. Updated: 10 hours ago. The numbers are out and this year’s Green Up Day...
BURLINGTON, VT
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Council approves Burlington budget

BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) - Burlington city councilors voted on Monday night to approve Mayor Miro Weinberger’s $96 million budget. Increased police funding was up for debate, but this time without controversy. City councilors unanimously approved the city’s $96 million budget. In addition to the budget and short-term rental ordinance,...
BURLINGTON, NJ
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