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Paid Sick Days Bill gains supporters in Vermont

Several Vermont business and political leaders called for the Paid Sick Days Bill to become law in 2016 in Burlington, Aug. 26. The group gathered to celebrate Women’s Equality Day and set a priority to take a step closer to women’s equality with the Paid Sick Days Bill.

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Teen cited for alleged sexual assault

On May 8, Vermont State Police received a report of an alleged sexual assault that officers an alleged sexual assault that occurred in West Rutland.

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Fill the Cupboard Challenge issued in Rutland

Aiming to fill the Rutland Community Cupboard with everything from tuna and pasta to cereal and peanut butter, Green Mountain Power today announced a 21,000-item goal for the 2015 GMP Fill the Cupboard Challenge.

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New study compares tax bills for selected firms in Vermont

Businesses in Vermont face different effective tax rates depending on their industry and how long they have been located in the state.

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Rutland-area golf event helps support disabled residents

The Castleton Community Center is hosting its 11th Annual Golf Outing at the Lake St. Catherine Country Club Sept. 18.

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North Ferrisburgh racer's first big win at Devil’s Bowl

North Ferrisburgh native Jamie Aube ended a winless skid exactly one week shy of its 22nd anniversary with his first Devil’s Bowl victory in the 30-lap Late Model feature.

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Woman cited for retail theft

On Aug. 25, the Vermont State Police was notified that an individual had been caught shoplifting at the Hannaford Supermarket, located on U.S. Route 7, in Rutland Town.

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CCV, VSAC host career workshops for Rutland-area students

This fall, the Community College of Vermont (CCV) and the Vermont Student Assistance Corporation (VSAC) are partnering to offer Career Exploration Workshops at CCV in Rutland

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Hinesburg Police allege man is linked to burglaries

Hinesburg Police arrested a local man in connection with a string of burglaries, according to Police Chief Frank Koss.

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Forest Service trail plan released to parties

The U.S. Forest Service announced today the release of a forest-wide Comprehensive Trail Strategy (CTS) which provides guidance and suggestions for the sustainable management of non-motorized and motorized trails on the Green Mountain National Forest (GMNF) in Vermont.

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Snelling playground improvements move ahead

Named after Vermont's capitol couple of the 1990s, the Snelling Community Park and Playground is renovated and is ready to welcome students and children from the town run through the grass and climb on play structures.

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Students return to campus in Rutland

College of St. Joseph welcomes class of 2019

By early morning, the Sun was shining and cars were quickly filling up the parking lots, carrying the 75 new members of College of St. Joseph’s undergraduate community.

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In age of Uber, “right to work” makes more sense than ever

Ethan Allen Institute Report

Vermont is a tougher than average place to make a living. No secret there. One of the first questions you get from folks you meet is, “You live here full time? How do you make it work?” Some of the answers are necessarily creative.

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For local man, Beatles’ no. 9 has deep meaning

Bomoseen man studies esoteric number science

William “Bill” Maynard, 85, of Bomoseen has spent more than 30 years studying the cosmic, mystical unification theory of numbers.