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RUTLAND | A suspicious South Main Street fire in downtown Rutland is under investigation by local and state authorities. Read more

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By Sandy Korda

BENSON | A fire on April 29 heavily damaged the Benson Village Store and U.S. Post Office building in the village of Benson. The building is located at 744 Lake Rd. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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PITTSFORD | Major Glenn Hall, who joined the Vermont State Police (VSP) nearly three decades ago and rose through the ranks from road trooper to the VSP criminal division commander, retired Dec. 21... Read more

The Vermont Eagle

Throughout the course of this year, I have had the opportunity to meet many first-responders in the fire service, emergency medical services, law enforcement and emergency management through the Governor’s Capitol for a Day initiative. Read more

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MIDDLEBURY | Starting Dec. 13, the Vermont State Police received various reports of bomb threats being received in the state. Read more

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MIDDLEBURY | In response to a recent inquiry from Stephanie Smith of Vermont Emergency Management, the Middlebury Selectboard approved a certification letter committing the town to providing a 25 percent local match for grant funds... Read more

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MIDDLEBURY | School administrators, emergency responders and others from around Vermont came together last week for the annual Governor’s Statewide School Safety Training Conference. Read more

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RUTLAND - A major fire Oct. 20 gutted the Rutland County warehouse of popular mail-order retailer the Vermont Country Store. Read more

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According to a recent CNN news report, Colorado Gov. John Hickenloper is thinking of recriminalizing marijuana in the Centennial State. Read more

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CORNWALL |  On July 20, at approximately 11:45 p.m., the Cornwall Volunteer Fire Department responded to a report of a large structure fire located at 339 Parkhill Rd. in Cornwall. Read more

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SOUTH BURLINGTON | Several Vermont-based metal dealers face charges following a yearlong joint investigation by law enforcement authorities. Read more

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BARRE | The Vermont Department of Public Safety is mourning employee Courtney Gaboriault, who was slain July 4 in Barre. Read more

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Photo courtesy of Middlebury P.D.

FAIR HAVEN | As part of Gov. Phil Scott’s overall plan to ensure Vermont’s schools remain safe... Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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MIDDLEBURY | Several Army soldiers were injured during an avalanche event in Smugglers’ Notch during the early afternoon of March 14. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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SHELBURNE | On Nov. 28, Shelburne-area police and rescue crews were called to the Wake Robin retirement community to investigate a report of a possible ricin exposure. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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MONTPELIER | The Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets hired a new director of policy and communications. Read 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. Read more

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MONTPELIER | The Vermont Department of Public Safety has conditionally approved PhytoScience Institute, LLC, as the state's fifth marijuana dispensary. Read more

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