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RUTLAND | Rutland, Vermont, has the fewest violent crimes per 1,000 residents  (0.50), which is 40.9 times fewer than in Detroit, the city with the most at 20.47, according to a new survey by the personal-finance website WalletHub.com. more

The Vermont Eagle

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ELIZABETHTOWN | The sixth merger committee meeting between two local school districts reviewed financial conditions and tax rates of Westport Central and Elizabethtown-Lewis Central schools. more

The Sun

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WHALLONSBURG | A gulf has emerged between Rep. Elise Stefanik and the young farmers revitalizing farms across the Champlain Valley, including in her adopted hometown of Willsboro. more

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ALBANY | Gov. Andrew Cuomo isn’t mincing words when it comes to the tax reform bill that cleared the U.S. Senate last week, calling it “trickle-down on steroids” and “a fraud” perpetrated on the American public. more

The Sun

Congress has done it once more, and the present administration has joined in! more

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Congress has taken it upon itself to produce for us the most profound tax reform in more than a generation. I wish them well, but I have my concerns. more

Guest Columnists

Congress finds itself in a pickle. Okay, I’ll bite. more

Guest Columnists

The fate of taxpayer-owned Burlington Telecom will likely be decided Aug. 28 as city officials secretly negotiate with four finalists in what has been a long and drawn-out bidding process. more

Editorials

“As the first member of my immediate family to graduate from college, I know how important higher education is to the future of our students, and of our nation” more

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PLATTSBURGH — In an effort to right the city’s sinking fiscal ship, Mayor Colin Read last week called for all department heads to cut spending by 10 percent. more

The Sun

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TICONDEROGA — Housing Assistance Program of Essex County (HAPEC) counseling services are being promoted by the town as part of a derelict and abandoned property project. more

The Sun

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Lawmaker engaged in year-long process to develop strategies, policy that will make the Republican Party more attractive for young people more

The Sun

Gov. Andrew Cuomo is zipping around the state this week giving six localized state of the state speeches. more

Editorials

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PLATTSBURGH — Local educators are cautiously optimistic about Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s plan for free tuition at all state schools, but are awaiting more details. more

The Sun

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PLATTSBURGH — Mayor James Calnon last week floated a list of proposed budget cuts that he said would save the city nearly $862,000 as lawmakers continue to chip away at a possible double-digit tax hike for city residents. more

The Sun

MIDDLEBURY — The 2016 U.S. presidential campaign has helped focus media attention on mounting student debt and the rising costs of a college education. more

The Vermont Eagle

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RUTLAND — With national student loan debt tripling to more than $1 trillion over the past decade and Vermont’s graduates stuck with the highest debt-to-earnings ratio, state lawmakers are urging Congress to let students file for bankruptcy. more

The Vermont Eagle

One legacy that President Obama has blessed us with, and Hillary and Bernie wish to enhance, is spending, and therefore, debt. more

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