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Vt. Social Media Site Expands, Seeks Towns' Financial Support
Tuesday, 10/23/12
By Kirk Carapezza
A Vermont social media service that used to be free has begun to ask larger municipal governments to buy a subscription for custom access. Town officials need to decide whether the service known as Front Porch Forum is worth paying for to reach constituents.
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Police Seek Death Certificates For Curriers
Friday, 09/28/12
Police now believe Bill and Lorraine Currier were abducted and killed at an abandoned farmhouse in Essex.
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Vt. Towns Increasingly Consider Consolidating Services
Wednesday, 06/06/12
By Kirk Carapezza
As federal and state resources continue to dry up, in Vermont, where there's a strong independent streak, many cities and towns are trying to consolidate their basic services while also maintaining local autonomy.
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Vt. Towns Aiming To Go Green Remove, Change Streetlights
Monday, 04/23/12
By Kirk Carapezza
Finding greater energy efficiency is a proposition facing many Vermont communities, and towns hoping to save on energy costs are starting small - with their streetlights.
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Police In Essex Seeking Missing Couple In Dig
Thursday, 04/12/12
State and Essex police officers are excavating an area off Vermont Route 15 in a search for William and Lorraine Currier, the Essex Junction couple who disappeared last June.
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Mild Winter Saves Essex $100,000
Tuesday, 03/27/12
Town officials in Essex have saved $100,000 in maintenance costs due to the mild winter.
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Vt. Police Adopt License Plate Reader
Monday, 03/12/12
The technology allows police to photograph a license plate and cross reference it with a Motor Vehicles Department database to check ownership records.
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With Full Schedules, Towns Block Corporate Personhood From Ballots
Monday, 02/27/12
By Kirk Carapezza
Many Vermont towns will take up the hot-button national issue of corporate personhood. But some say it has no place at their meetings because it is a national issue and they've got plenty else to worry about.
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Essex Suspends Community Park Passes Due To Overcrowding
Thursday, 01/26/12
The Select Board in Essex has voted to suspend the sale of non-residential passes to a 575-acre community park for the 2012 season after receiving a number of complaints about overcrowding and trail degradation.
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Essex Wins Grant To Plan Future
Friday, 12/16/11
Officials in Essex got word today that they'd won a grant to help them plot the future of the village and the town.
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Essex High Teacher Wins Award For Science Work
Monday, 10/17/11
By Ross Sneyd
The Milken Family Foundation says Maria Ung is an example for girls in her school who want to be involved in science.
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Shumlin Halts Highway Project
Friday, 05/20/11
By John Dillon
Governor Peter Shumlin has cancelled plans for  the Circumferential Highway, saying its not the best project for solving the problems of the 21st century.
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Essex Funds Advanced DNA Tests In Search For Missing Couple
Thursday, 07/21/11
By Kirk Carapezza
The Essex Select Board has approved funds to pay for advanced DNA testing in an ongoing investigation into the disappearance of a local couple. William and Lorraine Currier have been missing since last month.
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Foul Play Suspected In Essex Couple Disappearance
Monday, 07/18/11
By Neal Charnoff
Police say they suspect foul play in the mysterious disappearance of a couple from Essex. William and Lorraine Currier have been missing since June 8th.
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