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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

For an unprecedented 104 consecutive months, the economy has grown. more

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PLATTSBURGH | A Plattsburgh-based staffing agency has started 2018 with a bang with a new website and expansion into Vermont. more

The Sun

As the Vermont State Legislature plans its agenda for the 2018 session, our elected leaders might consider addressing some of the issues highlighted by the business magazine, Forbes, regarding our economic situation. more

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PLATTSBURGH | The Town of Plattsburgh is searching for a consultant to put together a comprehensive plan for developing the Route 3 commercial district. more

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PLATTSBURGH | Clinton County has released its tentative 2018 budget. more

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MONTPELIER | Research shows marijuana legalization will lead to more traffic highway deaths, Vermont’s top cop told the Governor’s Marijuana Advisory Commission Nov.14. more

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MONTPELIER |  On Oct. 12, former Vermont state Sen. Wendy Wilton of Rutland asked her Facebook friends, “Anybody have an update on whether or not Vermont is meeting its [greenhouse gas emission reduction] goals?” more

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PLATTSBURGH | As Congress digs into tax reform this fall, the state and local tax deduction has left New York politicians rattled. more

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PLATTSBURGH | The unemployment rate in the North Country is higher than the state average. more

The Sun

We’ve all seen a lot. I remember the death of JFK, RFK and MLK. I recall the moon landing, Apollo 13, and Watergate. more

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You probably couldn’t tell from the weather, but summer is here, and like most Americans, we celebrated Memorial Day Weekend parked in front of our backyard barbeque grill. more

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Report: Essex County has higher rates of obesity, premature death and lower access to care than state average more

The Sun

“In our family are gathered everyone from the abject poor of Essex County in New York to the enlightened affluent of the gold coasts of both ends of our nation.” more

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PLATTSBURGH — Call them the hidden homeless — the 100 individuals and families in Clinton County that live in local motels. more

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PLATTSBURGH — Social service agencies across the Tri-County region are desperately searching for foster families to take in the influx of children entering the system. more

The Sun

I had the privilege last week to attend Governor Cuomo’s meeting in Plattsburgh, one of many meetings he is holding around the state, stumping for support of his 2017 budget proposal. more

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1. Democrats fought for Social Security more

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