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Pipeline Protestors Hold Fish-In

By Amy Kolb Noyes

Anti-pipeline activists launched a "fish-in" at the Public Service Board office in Montpelier this afternoon. They want construction of a natural gas pipeline

Milfoil Pullers Wanted

By Amy Kolb Noyes

Milfoil Pullers Wanted

The invasive water plant Eurasian watermilfoil has made its way into waterways around Vermont, and is nearly impossible to eradicate. At Dewey's Mills

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Kittredge: Nor' Easter

When I wasn’t attending camps in New England, the summers of my childhood were spent at the end of Long Island in a small beach house atop a sand bluff. Until the vineyards arrived about 30 years ago,

Nadworny: Good For Business

A recent report notes that based on surveys for the Website Thumbtack.com, Vermont has received a failing grade for friendliness to small businesses. And the response to the report has been as predictable

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