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LAKE PLACID | A local woman is facing charges after she allegedly drove intoxicated Read more

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MIDDLEBURY | Vermont’s electric utilities are letting customers across Vermont know they can now save up to $15,000 when they buy or lease new all-electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles thanks to new Vermont state rebates & fed. tax credits. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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PLATTSBURGH | The City of Plattsburgh has been receiving some complaints from residents regarding bicycling in the city. The complaints mainly focus on bicyclists riding on sidewalks, riding the wrong way along the road, not obeying traffic laws... Read more

The Sun

Dan Alexander

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Flying these days is always an adventure. Read more

Guest Columnists

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In the last year, there has been much written and discussed about the safety of intersections. One such example is the intersection at Route 9 and Water Street in Elizabethtown. Read more

Letters to the Editor

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Among the numerous reasons why collectors like those old-time classic cars is that, back in the day, automobile headlights were made of good, old-fashioned glass. Read more

Editorials

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WILMINGTON | The state Department of Transportation (DOT) will begin using less salt on Route 86 between Lake Placid and Wilmington. Read more

The Sun

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MIDDLEBURY - The VTrans Route 116 paving project has been underway since the start of the construction season. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

I want to express my gratitude to Todd Boutin, the tractor trailer driver who swerved to avoid an animal in the road recently. Read more

Letters to the Editor

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WARRENSBURG | The state Department of Environmental Conservation is urging motorists to be wary of moose and use “extreme caution” while navigating roadways this month. Read more

The Sun

The start of October has become the unofficial start of snow tire season. Read more

Editorials

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ELIZABETHTOWN | Work is now underway to convert the blinking traffic light at the intersection of Route 9 and Water Street in Elizabethtown to a four-way stop. Read more

The Sun

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ELIZABETHTOWN | Essex County law enforcement personnel have a new roadside device to test for suspected drugged driving. Read more

The Sun

Here’s a warning to all licensed motorists, especially parents of teen drivers: Civil traffic tickets, even when a juvenile is involved, are not protected from public scrutiny. Read more

Editorials

PLATTSBURGH | Six municipalities were recently awarded funding through the Clinton County Health Department’s Creating Healthy Schools and Communities grant. Read more

The Sun

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MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury Police Chief Tom Hanley is among those local law enforcement officials who feel unsettled about opening the lid on legalized marijuana in Vermont. Read more

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TICONDEROGA — Students at Ticonderoga High School benefitted from a mock vehicle crash in front of the school the day before their prom. Read more

The Sun

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MIDDLEBURY — Vermont Fish and Wildlife biologist Cedric Alexander, Vermont’s Moose Project leader, is on a mission to prevent moose-related motor vehicle accidents. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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ELIZABETHTOWN — The Essex County Heroin-Opiod Prevention Consortium (ECHO) will be heading into lockdown in order to help teach others about the dangers of these types of drugs. Read more

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RUTLAND — In just a few short weeks, Rutland could be the first city in Vermont to make “dodging a red light” a punishable offense. Read more

The Vermont Eagle