Brian Collamore

Rutland County State Sen. Brian P. Collamore, in an article, “A new session in Montpelier: Part two” in the Dec. 22 issue of the Vermont (Addison) Eagle newspaper, lamented how the Republicans lost in the state and in Rutland county and speculated... Read more

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MIDDLEBURY | Rep. Harvey Smith of Addison County’s 5th district concurs with last week’s comments by Rutland County State Sen. Brian Collamore. Read more

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MIDDLEBURY | Last week, we asked Addison County Sen. Chris Bray (D) about the upcoming legislative session in Montpelier. This week, we talk with the first of two Rutland County and Addison County Republicans about their perspectives. Read more

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Wayne Fawbush

MIDDLEBURY | With the 2018 mid-term campaign and election season now over, Vermont legislators are enjoying a late-year respite before the start of a new legislative session in Montpelier starting in January. Read more

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MIDDLEBURY | Vermont moved closer to being a one-party state after the 2018 mid-term election last week. Read more

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According to report last week by Montpelier columnist Guy Page, several Addison County and Rutland County state senate candidates are in the catbird seat when it comes to 2018 general election political contributions. Read more

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RUTLAND | While much of Vermont is a safe haven for liberals and progressives, Rutland County continues to thrive as a regional outpost for GOP leaders, as shown by the results of the recent primary election. Read more

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WEST RUTLAND | When it comes to political power and the state senate, Addison County has maintained its Democratic dominance in recent decades. Read more

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RUTLAND – The ribbon was cut in celebration of the complete renovation of Diamonds and More in downtown Rutland. Read more

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MONTPELIER – Vermont Senators approved a renewable energy siting bill last week but shot down amendments favorable to towns, ratepayers and victims of industrial wind-turbine noise. Read more

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