The number of home foreclosures continues to climb; Federal heating oil assistance faces a test in the U.S. Senate; A wood-pellet mill is planned in North Troy; A Rutland non-profit will sell wood to low-income households; Increased radiation is detected near Vermont Yankee; Economic grant given to St. J. company; and commentator Deborah Doyle-Schectman on perennials. 

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VPR Evening News July 25th, 2008

07/25/08 6:10PM By Neal Charnoff
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The number of home foreclosures continues to climb; Federal heating oil assistance faces a test in the U.S. Senate; A wood-pellet mill is planned in North Troy; A Rutland non-profit will sell wood to low-income households; Increased radiation is detected near Vermont Yankee; Economic grant given to St. J. company; and commentator Deborah Doyle-Schectman on perennials. 

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