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MONTPELIER — Waterfowl hunters who did not remove their hunting blinds from the waters of the state earlier must do so before Feb. 15 on Lake Champlain or May 15 on inland waters, according to a reminder from the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department.

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MONTPELIER — Those receiving 3SquaresVT benefits from the Department for Children and Families will see their benefits increase by 15% from this month through June, made possible by the federally-approved Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021, according to a Vermont DCF.

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Parents have been asking me some tough questions recently about their teenagers being stressed to the point they might try to hurt themselves or even try to commit suicide. This is a topic that should be stressed for all parents, so let me try to provide some helpful information.

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Here are a selection of incidents the Milton Police Department responded to between Dec. 18-22. 

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MONTPELIER — During a press conference Tuesday, state officials indicated that a recent surge in daily cases of COVID-19 in Vermont is mirroring a surge experienced in October, and may be tied to Christmas and New Year’s Eve holiday gatherings.

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ST. ALBANS — According to state officials, Vermont is seventh in the nation for prevalence of vaccine distribution. This accomplishment comes despite significant logistical, operational and scheduling challenges hospitals have encountered.