“Fourteen Shelburne police and dispatch employees have left the department, eight in the last six months and the remainder mainly within the past year,” Riell noted. “Collectively over a century of experience, skill, knowledge, information and training has been lost.
A fertility doctor accused of secretly providing his sperm to impregnate two women in Central Vermont more than 40 years ago will have his disciplinary hearing before the Vermont Medical Practice Board on Dec. 7 and 8.
Chief operations officer Jeanne Jensen came to the school board meeting in a mask perfect for delivering a budget report — her mask appeared to be covered in money.
Common Good Vermont is hosting a virtual legislative warm-up Wednesday, Dec. 15, 9 a.m.-2 p.…
Bella Voce Women’s Chorus is back with its traditional holiday concerts, Saturday, Dec. 4, 7…
Shelburne Scout Troop 602 has set up its annual Christmas tree stand at the Parade Grounds.
Champlain Valley Union High School theater offers “Something Rotten,” a mashup of 16th centu…
This year, we have much to be thankful for, though we know at least 406 families did not have a loved one at the Thanksgiving table due to a pandemic-related death.
Sen. Patrick Leahy’s retirement from the U.S. Senate in 2022 and Congressman Welch’s decision to run for his seat bring the opportunity for Vermonters to elect a woman to represent us in Congress for the first time.
I was thinking that if the guest perspective by Walt Amses was written in 2018 it could easily have been the reverse: “Republicans try to govern while Democrats wage culture war.”
The last edition of our newspapers did not make it to newsstands or mailboxes last week on time due to a series of failures at our printer, with whom we contract to print all five weekly newspapers under the ownership of the Vermont Community Newspaper Group.
With the passage last week of the infrastructure phase of President Joe Biden’s Build Back Better agenda, Democrats arguably did more to benefit Americans in a single massive investment than the GOP has done in the last 30 years.
Congress has now passed the infrastructure bill and set a course to advance the Build Back Better agenda this coming week.
Workforce woes aren’t new to Vermont — but COVID-19 has made them worse.