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DERBY — U.S. Customs and Border Protection reopened the comment period on a controversial plan to raise high-resolution video surveillance towers in Derby and North Troy, along with a handful of other Vermont and upstate New York locations.

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DERBY — A plan by U.S. Customs and Border Protection to install video surveillance towers in Derby and North Troy, along with three other border towns in Vermont, has the support of the Derby Select Board chairman.

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LITTLETON — A Massachusetts telecommunications company seeking to install a new cell and broadband tower near the hospital is being challenged by a local provider who says he is upgrading his existing communications tower nearby, and the town zoning ordinance prohibits two towers within one mile of the other.

Community generosity was in equal evidence to the snow that fell on Thursday as Rebecca Christie donates a $500 check to the St. Johnsbury Fire Department Santa Fund. The donation was made on behalf of the Center Tower convenience store in St. Johnsbury Center, with St. Johnsbury firefighter, Andrew Ruggles accepting the check. It was the second $500 donation to the fund that morning, following that of Community Bank. (Photo by Stephen Garfield)