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A quick afternoon downpour in Montpelier offered some relief from lingering summer temperatures on Tuesday. The forecast for the rest of the week looks cooler. It can be found today on A2.
MONTPELIER Vermont corrections officials hope to finalize a deal this week to move about 228 state inmates housed in Pennsylvania to a privately run prison in Mississippi after complaints about abuse, poor medical service and several inmate deaths. The inmates will move in October. Corrections Commissioner Lisa Menard said Tuesday that she could not discuss where the inmates would 
Health officials across Vermont are hoping parents and educators will learn that using e- cigarettes, or Juul- ing, can be dangerous for teenagers who might become addicted to nicotine. We have to educate ourselves to prevent that next generation of nicotine addiction, said Sarah Cosgrove, respiratory therapist for the Community Health Improvement department at Rutland Regional Medical Center. Onitswebsite,the 
BARRE A Granite City man has agreed to be placed on probation for possessing child pornography. Daniel L. Lambert, 71, pleaded guilty Tuesday in Washington County criminal court in Barre to a felony count of possession of child pornography.
In Vermont, we like to believe we're safe from the real-world threats such as gun violence and mass shootings. We think those things can't happen here. And when our safe, little bubble is ruptured, we feel unsafe and vulnerable.
Afternoon light glows in the hills above downtown Montpelier on Tuesday as fall foliage inches closer to arrival.
MONTPELIER The dangers of transporting nuclear waste through Vermont, by road and rail was the theme of a public protest in the Capital City on Tuesday. Organized by the Montpelier based Citizens Awareness Network at the Unitarian Church on Main Street, the protest included a mock high-level nuclear waste cask on a trailer to demonstrate what an estimated 1,000 
MONTPELIER A burglary suspect on a bicycle was arrested after a break-in at the Vermont Patients Alliance Marijuana Dispensary in the Capital City early Monday morning. Police said it was the third break-in at the dispensary in less than a month, with two previous break-ins Aug. 12 and 29 when marijuana and marijuana byproducts were stolen.
BARRE A warrant has been issued for a Barre man accused of molesting a teenager. David J. Kennison, 71, failed to show up Monday to his changeo f-plea hearing in Washington County criminal court in Barre, which addressed fel- ony charges of sexual exploitation of a minor and lewd and lascivious conduct and a mis- demeanor charge of furnishing 
Notice of Public Hearing
The Central Vermont Regional Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on Thursday, October 4, 2018 beginning at 7:00 pm at the Central Vermont Chamber of Commerce (Lower Level Conference Room), 963 Paine Turnpike N., Berlin, Vermont 05602.
The purpose of this hearing is to consider regional approval of the
municipal plan for the Town of Berlin and confirmation of the Town of Berlin planning process under 24 VSA Section 4350.
STATE OF VERMONT
SUPERIOR COURT CIVIL DIVISION
WASHINGTON UNIT DOCKET NO: 344-6-17 Wncv
FIFTH THIRD BANK, AN OHIO BANKING
v. Summons and Order
Juan Ramon Zalduondo Viera and Zaver, Inc.
formerly of Warren,
To the above-named Defendants:
You are hereby summoned and required to serve upon Jennifer Maynard, Esq.
STATE OF VERMONT
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To the creditors of the estate of:
Alston O. Douglass late of Berlin,
Act 46 - School Governance Study Committee
The Barre Act 46 Merger Study Committee is looking for one new committee member from Barre City. The committee plans to meet one to two times per month through November.
If you are interested in serving on this study committee you can do the following:
* Submit a letter of interest stating your qualifications and why you are interested in serving on the committee to Tina Gilbert, Executive Assistant to the Superintendent of Schools by October 5, 2018.
NOTICE OF MEETING
There will be a meeting of the Barre Supervisory Union Policy Committee on September 17, 2018. Monday at 6:00 PM at Barre Supervisory Union Office.