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After years of promoting a convenient nasal spray flu vaccine, the Vermont Department of Health says it no longer stands by the product, despite having spent more than $600,000 on doses over the past three years.Read More →
Republican Phil Scott and Democrat Sue Minter differed widely on issues in their first head-to-head gubernatorial debate last night at the Chandler Music Hall in downtown Randolph.Read More →
From community leaders to local activists, Vermonters are worried that Spanish wind-energy developer Iberdrola will renege on its promise to honor a vote on a 28-turbine wind farm proposed for Windham and Grafton.Read More →
A Vermont home abandoned due to noise from local wind turbines is being turned into a research center to study the negative impacts of industrial-scale wind power projects.Read More →
A candidate for Vermont Senate may have violated campaign finance laws after a Bernie Sanders money-bomb filled his campaign coffers with $80,000, according to a complaint filed Tuesday with the Vermont Attorney General’s Office.Read More →
Vermont state lawmakers are heading to Cuba to glean insights from the communist country’s approaches to education, health care and the environment.Read More →