May 4, 2005 – Midday Report

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Top stories developing across the region at the noon hour:

Senate leaders have a new approach to setting limits on the size of big-box retail stores; Washington Electric Co-operative will be making electricity from garbage at a new power plant; owners of a historic building in downtown Rutland are getting a $30,000 state tax break to modernize the building’s upper floors; attorneys in the Donald Fell capital murder trial began questioning prospective jurors this morning; the president of the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center says he’ll step down next year.

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