The COVID-19 virus has affected us all and has impacted every business, but it’s not the only challenge affecting hyper-local community journalism.
Your local guide to the global outbreak.
Stowe Police Chief Don Hull spent more time away from the office last month than he’d originally bargained for. A vacation in Montana for a couple of weeks forced him to self-quarantine for another two weeks when he got back to Vermont.
Gov. Phil Scott is running for re-election. But he won’t be campaigning “until the state of emergency is over,” he wrote in an announcement Thursday morning.
The Scott administration plans to propose a $300 million bailout of Vermont’s health care system, which has been crippled by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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