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Vermont Recovers After Tropical Storm Irene 

The latest on Irene's aftermath in the Green Mountains

Published August 31, 2011 at 4:36 a.m.

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Irene's Impact on Vermont

A crowdsourced map of the effects and immediate aftermath of Tropical Storm Irene, featuring photos from all over Vermont.

Top Videos

Video: Tropical Storm Irene Hits Vermont

The Winooski River rages a day after Tropical Storm Irene caused historic flooding and destruction across Vermont.

Video: Waterbury, Four Days After Irene

Residents and businesses in hard-hit Waterbury clean up and start rebuilding.

Video: Four Months After Irene

Eva Sollberger revisits Vermont people and businesses affected by Tropical Storm Irene in Warren, Waitsfield, Waterbury, Jamaica and Wilmington to see how they're faring four months later.

Top Stories

Sitting in Limbo

As Moretown's Irene victims rebuild, many fear the devil is in FEMA's details.

Video: Wilmington, One Month After Irene

This hard-hit southern Vermont town is on the road to recovery.

Resetting the Table

Vermont restaurants clean up and rebuild after Irene.

How the National Media Reported on Irene in Vermont

A look back at the national media's efforts in covering Tropical Storm Irene's impact on Vermont.

State Workers Save Computer Servers

These state IT workers lost their cars to floodwaters, but rescued crucial computer servers from floodwaters — saving taxpayers thousands and keeping state services online.

After Irene: How You Can Help Vermont

A list of resources for donating goods, money and time to the cleanup effort.

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