One of the nation’s largest consumer credit monitoring companies is settling a federal lawsuit over a breach that happened in 2017, impacting 147 million consumers in the U.S. and 5.4 million Illinoisans who could be in line for a cash payment. But a consumer advocate says that’s not enough.
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If you were one of the about 147 million people affected by the September 2017 data breach of Equifax, you could soon be in line for some of the $425 million in restitution.
The Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation is going back in for a closer look at the underground contamination that forced the re-location of state workers from their leased offices at 67-72 Eastern Avenue in St. Johnsbury two years ago.
President Trump's second go-round with healthcare pricing marks the first time I can recall a consistent effort on his part to achieve a goal in the face of opposition. Something sadly lacking in the immigration fight. January was his first attempt....
Who Is Really Politicizing Our Kids?
Who Is The One Politicizing Our Kids?
The White Mountains Regional School District is undergoing a study titled the “WMRSD Blueprint for Tomorrow” in order to optimize the district and schools’ resources to maximize student success.
Precision agriculture technology enhances efficiency and improves field and feed management. Join the Orleans County Conservation District and a representative from Harvest Equipment, two nutrient management specialists, and a custom service provider to learn more about precision agriculture technology and how you can integrate these technologies into your farm operation.
Blue Mountain Union School (BMU) will host a free Getting to ‘Y’ Community Dialogue event about the school’s Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) results from 6-8 p.m. on Thurs., April 11, 2019, at BMU, 2420 Rt. 302, Wells River, Vt.