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Rutland Herald
Court: Pipeline doesn’t ruin park usageGeprags Community Park in Hinesburg is the focus of a Vermont Supreme Court rul
Rutland Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Geprags Community Park in Hinesburg is the focus of a Vermont Supreme Court ruling that could have broader implications for development. FILE PHOTO The Vermont Supreme Court ruled Friday that running a pipeline through a park does not stop it from... Read more
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McDonough County Voice
2017 WIU Homecoming Grand Marshals: Dave & Jackie ThompsonAlumni Programs Director Amy Spelman. Jackie, a 1985 and 1994 graduate, served
McDonough County Voice / Posted 4 days ago
Alumni Programs Director Amy Spelman. Jackie, a 1985 and 1994 graduate, served as the vice president for administrative services at Western for 14 years, retiring in 2011 after 41 years of service. Dave, a 1972 graduate, is a Macomb Northwestern... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Business News in Brief, Week of Sept. 17, 2017specialty cocktails will be served Monday evening, “inspired by the islands of
The Middletown Press / Posted 4 days ago
specialty cocktails will be served Monday evening, “inspired by the islands of Cuba, Puerto Rico, St. Maartin, Dominican Republic and Virgin Islands,” the release said. The restaurant is located at 100 S. Water St. Visit... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
If the soda tax were out of sight, would it be out of mind?angry,” said Carol Portman, president of the Taxpayers Federation of Illinois.
Chicago Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
angry,” said Carol Portman, president of the Taxpayers Federation of Illinois. She said she suspects part of the reason the public is so irate about the sweetened beverage tax that went into effect in August is that it’s a line item on grocery... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
It’s Your Business, Sept. 17, 2017be located at Cotton O’Neil Croco, 2909 S.E. Walnut Drive, in Topeka. She recei
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 8 days ago
be located at Cotton O’Neil Croco, 2909 S.E. Walnut Drive, in Topeka. She received her medical degree at the University of Vermont College of Medicine, Burlington, Vt., in 2004. She completed a family medicine residency at Fletcher Allen Health... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Hospitals OK'd for 3% rate hikeMONTPELIER — The Green Mountain Care Board has approved 2018 fiscal year budget
Rutland Herald / Posted 9 days ago
MONTPELIER — The Green Mountain Care Board has approved 2018 fiscal year budgets for Rutland Regional Medical Center and 13 other Vermont community hospitals, with a system-wide average increase of just over 3 percent. RRMC had sought a net patient... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Ex-mayor Louras now a union repof State, County and Municipal Employees. The federation, or AFSCME, is a unio
Rutland Herald / Posted 11 days ago
of State, County and Municipal Employees. The federation, or AFSCME, is a union that represents more than 1.6 million public employees, who, according to the AFSCME website, “provide the vital services that make America happen.” At a public... Read more
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Acton Commentary
What you should know about single-payer healthcareToday, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is unveiling his legislation for a single
Acton Commentary / Posted 11 days ago
Today, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is unveiling his legislation for a single-payer healthcare system. Here is what you should know about single-payer systems and Sanders’s proposal: What is single-payer healthcare? In a single-payer healthcare... Read more
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Business Standard India
How LinkedIn's founder is working to blunt Donald Trumprunning a deficit. In the spring, Hoffman pumped almost $30 million in new fin
Business Standard India / Posted 15 days ago
running a deficit. In the spring, Hoffman pumped almost $30 million in new financing into Change.org and installed new board members, to try again. “I’m optimistic about where we can get to,” he said, “but it doesn’t mean it’s not a bumpy... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
State opens $35 million youth detention facility in Baltimorethe facility was not necessary, we intend to use it to turn around the lives of
Baltimore Sun / Posted 16 days ago
the facility was not necessary, we intend to use it to turn around the lives of troubled youths,” Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services Secretary Stephen T. Moyer said. “We must take advantage of the opportunity to put... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Yankee owners ask to get jump on workVERNON — Entergy Nuclear and the company looking to buy Vermont Yankee want to
Rutland Herald / Posted 17 days ago
VERNON — Entergy Nuclear and the company looking to buy Vermont Yankee want to move up $30 million worth of early decommissioning work, in anticipation of getting state and federal approval of Yankee’s federal license transfer. In particular,... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
LePage can’t lower energy prices by himself but that won’t stop him from tryingdifficulties prompted the sharp-tongued governor to criticize lawmakers and, th
Bangor Daily News / Posted 19 days ago
difficulties prompted the sharp-tongued governor to criticize lawmakers and, this year, his own appointees to the Maine Public Utilities Commission, saying he wished he could fire them all over a temporary solar energy policy they crafted. His... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Preserving Baltimore's trees requires coordination, cooperationCity’s tree cover increased from 27 percent to 28 percent between 2007 and 2015
Baltimore Sun / Posted 20 days ago
City’s tree cover increased from 27 percent to 28 percent between 2007 and 2015, based on data analyzed by the U.S. Forest Service and in collaboration with City of Baltimore and the University of Vermont. Tree canopy coverage for cities in the... Read more
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The Express-Times
What if Lehigh Valley experienced the rainfall Harvey brought to Texas?Hackettstown did the research and came back with this localized reality check.
The Express-Times / Posted 22 days ago
Hackettstown did the research and came back with this localized reality check. In figures recorded by the National Weather Service between 1939 and 2017 at Lehigh Valley International Airport, the quickest the Lehigh Valley recorded 52 inches of... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Setback in court for solar contractMONTPELIER — A Vermont Supreme Court decision means a New York City solar devel
Rutland Herald / Posted 26 days ago
MONTPELIER — A Vermont Supreme Court decision means a New York City solar developer with projects pending in Rutland Town and Bennington will have to start over in its bid for a statesanctioned power contract. The state’s high court upheld an... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Mullin takes stock 3 months into new jobMONTPELIER — Gov. Phil Scott plucked Kevin Mullin from the Vermont Senate three
Rutland Herald / Posted 27 days ago
MONTPELIER — Gov. Phil Scott plucked Kevin Mullin from the Vermont Senate three months ago to serve as chairman of the Green Mountain Care Board, leading to “a whirlwind” summer for the longtime legislator. Mullin, 58, was lawmaker for 19 years,... Read more

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