Mary Carol Maganzini

Board Operator

Mary Carol joined VPR in January of 2013.  She began her broadcast career 25 years ago as news director at WEZF in Colchester.  She has a BA in Economics and Fine Arts from St. Michael’s College and an MFA in acting from Catholic University of America in Washington, DC.  She appeared in various roles over the years on the stage of St Michael’s Playhouse, and teaches young actors in The Broadway Workshop summer camp at St Mike’s.
In her free time, MC likes to spend time in the garden, painting, or enjoying the company of her husband and their 4 grown children.

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Regional hospitals in Vermont and New Hampshire will not be stocking a powerful new painkiller that officials fear could be easily abused.

The results are in for the 2013 Vermont Home Energy Challenge.

Vermont's spring trout fishing season begins soon.

State officials and the contractor building Vermont Health Connect have reached an agreement that sets a new schedule for launching missing functions and includes additional financial penalties for missed deadlines.

Vermont State Police say one person is dead following a shooting involving a Brattleboro police officer during the search of hotel room that was part of a drug investigation.

Vermont revenues were strong in March, coming in to the general fund at about 6 percent above expectations.


The state will issue fewer regular season moose hunting permits this year.

Vermont State Police are investigating a head on-crash on Interstate 89 in Waterbury that seriously injured one of the drivers.

Trader Joe's says it will open its first supermarket in Vermont this spring.

Taxpayers  in St. Johnsbury will decide on Tuesday whether to spend more money on education this year.

The Vermont Senate has passed and sent on to the House a bill that would allow child care workers in the state to unionize to negotiate rates and working conditions with the state.

Vermont State Police say a fire has destroyed a cattle barn in Morrisville.

Sen. Bernie Sanders endorses a documentary about income inequality. A judge ordered the release of a Vermont woman being held in a psychiatric facility against her will.

A judge for the Department of Labor was cited this week for embezzling money from Montpelier’s farmers market.

The Vermont Senate's Judiciary Committee is looking into tightening Vermont's laws against prostitution and human trafficking.

Public health officials are asking Vermonters to get a flu shot if they haven’t already.

St. Albans police say they believe a series of burglaries were committed by the same suspects.

Vermont is asking for help from the federal government in fixing damage caused by an ice storm that cut power to tens of thousands of electric customers.