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    Club asks hikers to stay off muddy trails, give them time to dry

    BENNINGTON -- Despite winter's brief resurgence, some hikers might be suffering cabin fever badly enough to brave Vermont's hiking trails; however, they are being asked to hold off until drier weather. The Green Mountain Club, a private non-profit that maintains the Long Trail, declared Tuesday to be the start of "mud season," and asked hikers to keep off muddy and high Full Story
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    Body found by I-190 is missing boy

    WORCESTER -- The body of a small boy apparently cast off the side of a highway has been confirmed as a missing 5-year-old, authorities said Saturday. Full Story
    This adorable baby squirrel is being nursed back to health

    A wildlife rehabilitation center in Washington, D.C., is caring for a baby squirrel that fell from its nest and landed on a concrete sidewalk 75 feet below. Full Story