Gov. Phil Scott has repeated innumerable times the same trio of initiatives he laid out when he took office three years ago: grow the economy, make Vermont more affordable and protect the most vulnerable.
Authorities hope to have an extremely dangerous South Burlington man, wanted on a second-degree murder charge for killing the mother of their children, returned promptly to Vermont after he was caught in the country of Jamaica.
“Vote no”– is what newly established political action committee (PAC), “Citizens for an Affordable South Burlington, Inc.,” is encouraging residents to do, regarding the school district’s proposed $209.6 million bond article for a new joint middle/high school and athletic complex.
As leaf-peepers cruised Lamoille County last fall, soaking in Vermont’s glorious foliage, they could see small signs on the edges of fields that offer breathtaking vistas: “Thank our farmers for the view!”
Shelburne’s Pierson Library/Town Center project was the recipient of the Honor Award for Large Commercial Building Design & Construction this morning as one of the “Best of the Best 2020 Awards” at Efficiency Vermont’s Better Buildings by Design Conference in South Burlington.
Shelburne is wrestling with, or at least talking about whether to wrestle with, an issue towns in Vermont and beyond have tackled – short-term rentals.
The Waterbury Ambulance Service has been in the same building off Guptil Road since the early 1980s. A lot has changed since then — from the equipment it uses to the services it provides — and it’s ready for a new location.
After learning of inconsistencies on time cards for Jonathan DeLaBruere, the assistant to the Duxbury Select Board, the board adopted a restrictive media policy and met behind closed doors for more than an hour Monday to discuss the situation.
On Jan. 28, Avery Murray, a 15-year-old Champlain Valley Union High School student, saw something she may never forget – her 12-year-old sister Rieanna almost hit by a pickup truck.
Jeff Beerworth of Charlotte is a Renaissance man’s Renaissance man. An artist, a police officer, a detective, an author, a singer-songwriter, a maker of bamboo fly rods, now he is the program director of the Shelburne Craft School. Creativity is his oxygen.
The Vermont Community Newspaper Group took home 35 awards in an annual New England-wide media competition. The tally included nine first-place prizes.
Gov. Phil Scott has vetoed a plan for a statewide paid family leave program, dealing a major setback to Democrats who have made the policy a priority in recent years.
In 2019, Vermonters filed 5,447 scam reports with the Attorney General’s Consumer Assistance Program (CAP). Scam reports total more than 40 percent of all contacts CAP had with consumers last year. The report shows that though old scams persisted, new scams emerged.
Late one January afternoon, my husband and I stood on the shore of a frozen pond below the summit of Camel’s Hump, admiring the view. Suddenly we heard familiar calls, and a flock of robins flew over. Robins? In winter? In the mountains?
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