Steve Zind en In Vermont, A Network Of Help For Opiate-Addicted Mothers It came as a surprise to many people when Vermont's governor recently devoted his entire 2014 <a href="">State of the State address</a> to what he called a "full-blown heroin crisis."<p>While it may not fit Vermont's bucolic image, the state's addiction problem has long been acknowledged. And as the state has expanded treatment, it's also been coming to grips with one of the most difficult and emotional aspects of the issue: addicted mothers.<p>Between 2005 and 2010, the number of babies with symptoms of opioid exposure tripled. Tue, 28 Jan 2014 22:08:00 +0000 Steve Zind 13440 at In Vermont, A Network Of Help For Opiate-Addicted Mothers Two Years Later, Irene Haunts Vermonters Transcript <p>DAVID GREENE, HOST: <p>Now, just as fires are a fact of life in the West, hurricanes smash into the Southeast every summer. But New England is something of a stranger to summer disasters, which is why it was huge news two years ago today when Irene hit Vermont. That tropical storm displaced 1,400 families.<p>Vermont Public Radio's Steve Zind has the story.<p>(SOUNDBITE OF MUSIC)<p>STEVE ZIND, BYLINE: It is an article of faith among Vermonters that the Irene recovery effort is something to be celebrated, as it was with a parade last weekend in the town of Newfane. Wed, 28 Aug 2013 08:59:00 +0000 Steve Zind 6991 at