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Vermont legislators are determined to get a grip on rental resources as well those home remodelers working across the state. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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At a news conference last week, Gov. Phil Scott and Green Up Vermont kicked off the 49th annual Green Up Day which took place on May 4 in towns throughout Vermont. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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Even though I live on a modern asphalt road in Addison County, I can say that less than a mile away is a 19th-century dirt road that is a mess not only during “mud season” but a good part of the year when it rains—which is pretty darn often... Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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I’m a hiker and while spring is the time to emerge from Vermont winter’s cocoon, it’s not quite ready for us primetime players, hikers that is. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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Most Vermonters know about Green Up Day. Green Up Day is designated as the first Saturday in May. Read more

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Last week, Vermont Rep. Maxine Grad (D-Moretown), chairwoman of the House Judiciary Committee, told gun rights supporters at a public hearing to stop waving small United States flags. Why? Read more

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As reported elsewhere in this issue of the Eagle, officials of Porter Medical Center announced the appointment of Dr. Seleem Choudhury as the hospital’s new president/chief operating officer as of June 1. Read more

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As Monteplier correspondent Guy Page reported in these pages last week, the Vermont Legislature has the discretion to fund, modify, or not fund thousands of current and proposed line items that comprise the proposed 2020 General Fund budget... Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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Several weeks ago now, Gov. Phil Scott laid out his budget priorities for Vermont ranging from a vaping tax and clean water funding to electric vehicles and Act 250 exemptions for developers. Read more

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It was just 100 years ago that Warrensburgh folks had something really nice to gossip about. Read more

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That was a popular expression frequently used back in the 1970s on T-shirts, posters, buttons and bumper stickers. Read more

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The sun is rising on a new day. Read more

Editorials

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Another winter storm is in the forecast for this week — and you’ll probably be dealing with its aftermath as you read this week’s issue — but fear not, springtime is coming just as surely as the sun rises. Read more

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After five years at The Sun — the past two as managing editor — I’m moving on to new opportunities. Read more

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When it comes to using state taxpayer dollars to advance his left-of-center political agenda, Vermont Lt. Gov. David Zuckerman isn’t shy. Read more

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Last week, Gov. Phil Scott presented his Fiscal Year 2020 budget priorities for Vermont which included an e-cigarette “vaping” tax, clean water funding and ideas for putting more electric vehicles on the roads. Read more

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The Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets is welcoming applications for the 2019 Vermont Specialty Crop Block Grant Program. Read more

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Former Vermont State Rep. John McClaughry (elected 1968 and 1970) was also senior policy advisor to President Reagan. Read more

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Vermonters opposed to a carbon tax were in Montpelier earlier this week wearing yellow reflective vests, just like their comrades in France last month. Read more

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Scores of Frontier subscribers have reached out to the Sun over the past two years to detail concerns over sputtering broadband and phone service. Read more

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While many Adirondack residents look to their elected officials to create economic development and improve the quality of life in their hometowns, it’s great to see that North Creek is buzzing with projects from the ground up. Read more

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