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MILTON — Amy Rex, superintendent of the Milton Town School District, is embarking on a video series to communicate more directly with the school community during the time of COVID-19. 

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MILTON – On Saturday morning, Leslie Piela, wearing a jean jacket and smile beneath her mask, stood behind the counter. Her husband Mike worked the blender, its whirring drowning out the drizzling rain. 

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Between Oct. 9 and Oct. 15, the Milton Police Department responded to 115 incidents and calls for service. 

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Happy Friday! Fall calendars in Vermont are typically filled with craft shows and artist markets. While most were cancelled this year due to COVID-19, one Milton resident found a creative solution for showcasing her town's plethora of crafters and makers this Saturday. 

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Now that H.926, an act relating to changes to Act 250, has been vetoed by the governor, what should the Senate do next? What reform of Vermont’s land use laws and regulations, if any, is still needed?

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A retired Milton police officer, Republican John Palasik is running for re-election to the Vermont House of Representatives because he's proud of the commitment he has made to his constituents. 

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It's hard to grow tired of fall in Vermont. Just when you think foliage is at its peak, the trees on Mount Mansfield turn their saturation up just enough to make you go "wow."

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Over 110,000 registered Vermont voters have already returned their ballots for the general election on Nov. 3. If you've put your ballot in the mail or placed it in your town's secure drop box, you may be wondering: what happens to it now and what can I do to make sure it's counted?

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Now that H.926, an act relating to changes to Act 250, has been vetoed by the governor, what should the Senate do next? What reform of Vermont’s land use laws and regulations, if any, is still needed?

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Now that H.926, an act relating to changes to Act 250, has been vetoed by the governor, what should the Senate do next? What reform of Vermont’s land use laws and regulations, if any, is still needed?

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What's new at Milton Recreation is a weekly column written by Milton Recreation staff and published on Wednesdays — sharing events, activities, news and more. 

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Now that H.926, an act relating to changes to Act 250, has been vetoed by the governor, what should the Senate do next? What reform of Vermont’s land use laws and regulations, if any, is still needed?

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Democrat Andy Julow works, volunteers and raises his family in the same community he himself grew up in. A graduate of South Hero’s Fulsom Elementary School, decades later, he has now been chair of many of the islands’ school boards.

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MONTPELIER – Every year the Vermont Medical Society (VMS) recognizes five people who have made outstanding contributions to the health and well-being of Vermonters. This year, the awards went to people who have contributed to combatting COVID-19 in Vermont and the country, beginning with Ver…