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RICHMOND, Vt. â€” A vast tract of Northern Vermont forest land that is home to bear, bobcats and moose and crisscrossed by snowmobile trails is going to be protected from development while remaining open to the public.
Signs of the times: a cash-strapped state government cutting the budget for flowers outside its Capitol, and frugal Vermonters stepping up to plant vegetables instead.
Signs of the times: a cash-strapped state government cutting the budget for flowers outside its Capitol â€“ and frugal Vermonters stepping up to plant vegetables instead.
â€œWhen I came to Vermont I could see the Milky Way, so many stars, it was so beautiful. I havenâ€™t seen stars since I was...
The Legislature has passed a measure that will save countless animal lives and prevent childhood emergencies by requiring antifreeze to have a bittering additive.
The Vermont Senate on Tuesday voted for legislation that outlines an engineering study of disinfection alternatives that could be used by state water districts.
BURLINGTON, Vt. â€” Vermont has a probable case of swine flu. The state Health Department says an Orleans County adult may have been exposed while traveling out of state to an area that has confirmed cases of the H1N1 virus. The person, whose identity and hometown weren't released, didn't travel internationally.
BENNINGTON, Vt. â€” Vermont farmers may soon be allowed to sell more raw milk.
Vermont's first probable case of influenza A (H1N1) â€” or swine flu â€” came as no surprise to health professionals Wednesday and almost certainly will not be the last local case, Vermont's Health Commissioner Wendy Davis said.
This is the first LEED Platinum home in Vermont, although perhaps more importantly, it's a documented and legitimate zero net energy home. From January 2008 to January 2009, the 2,800...