Peter Welch

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WASHINGTON D.C. | On Dec. 4, the House of Representatives overwhelmingly approved legislation to crack down on unwanted and predatory robocalls.  The House vote was 417-3. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

CHAMPLAIN | The Village of Champlain issued an official curfew for those under the age of 18. The idea of a curfew came after Clinton County Sheriff’s Department reported numerous acts of vandalism or petty crime after the sun went down. Read more

The Sun

Former Port Henry Village Hall

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PORT HENRY | As the iron industry faded, the Witherbee Sherman & Co, headquarters was ceded to the Town of Moriah, which today uses it as its town hall, which by law must be accessible to its citizens. Read more

The Sun

Rental Permits

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PLATTSBURGH | The city of Plattsburgh will be holding a public hearing on the recently added Local Law P-6 of 2019, as part of the Building Code Administration and Enforcement in Plattsburgh’s City Code. Read more

The Sun

Carbon Dividend

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PLATTSBURGH | As another act to make The City of Plattsburgh a New York State Climate Smart Community, the city council voted to join together with the Town of Plattsburgh and municipalities to reduce greenhouse emissions with a new act. Read more

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What lies beneath

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MIDDLEBURY | Champlain Valley gas will remain untapped Read more

The Vermont Eagle

Noah Peters

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CROWN POINT | Crown Point may make it into the Guinness World Records for having two Boy Scouts graduate to Eagle Scout - an anomaly - this year. Read more

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PLATTSBURGH | The Downtown Revitalization Initiative projects to move forward soon as the City of Plattsburgh is planning to complete its Generic Environmental Impact Statement. Read more

The Sun

MIDDLEBURY | Middlebury Selectboard members learned about follow-up action regarding bills passed in the 2019 session and several key bills that may come before the legislature in 2020. Read more

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Early Voting

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ELIZABETHTOWN | A total 294 people in Essex County took part in the inaugural round of Early Voting. Read more

The Sun


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MIDDLEBURY | The U.S. government’s interim final rule on growing commercial hemp (cannabis), establishing the U.S. Domestic Hemp Production Program, was announced on Oct. 31. Read more

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Ticonderoga’s water pumping station

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TICONDEROGA | Ticonderoga’s new $14 million water system produces water of such pH hardness that it is damaging machinery and making it difficult for residents to lather up, a town sewer and water committee was told last week. Read more

The Sun


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PLATTSBURGH | Jacqueline Kelleher has been named the new Clinton County Attorney. Read more

The Sun

I found Guy Pages’s Guest Viewpoint in the Nov. 1 issue of the Eagle to be extremely interesting. Read more

Letters to the Editor

The Vermont Press Association (VPA) and New England First Amendment Coalition (NEFAC) condemns the Burlington School District and its high school administration for ignoring an important Vermont education law enacted to ensure First Amendment... Read more



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WEVERTOWN | Attorney Sterling Goodspeed passed by his office in the Pearsall Realty building in Wevertown on the evening of July 16. Read more

The Sun

Perhaps the reason for the deletion of pro-gun posts from the Gov. Scott’s Facebook page is that he’s embarrassed for being duped into signing the most worthless and unenforceable gun laws ever to see the light of day... Read more

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