Newscast: Wednesday, March 6, 2013, 5:50 p.m.

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While local school budgets fared reasonably well on Town Meeting Day. local school officials say budget pressures will continue to grow in the coming years.

Organizers say at least 29 Vermont communities have voiced their opposition to any possibility of shipping tar sands oil by pipeline through the state.

Shrewsbury voters stick with secret ballots, and Halifax voters chose not to expand the town select board.

Governor Peter Shumlin says he wants to forgive about $6 million dollars that several Vermont cities and towns owe the state in connection with special tax districts designed to promote economic development.

Police in the Northeast Kingdom are still looking for a thief who made off with a calf last month.

Burlington police say they have identified the person responsible for breaking a window on a city bus and causing minor injuries to several passengers.



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