Landlords who had to deal with tenants not paying their rent on time during normal times haven’t had it any easier in a pandemic, but many of them say it hasn’t been as bad as they thought it might be when the virus first shut the world down seven months ago.
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Between updating safety plans, crafting daily emails for students, and empathy training alongside district leaders, South Burlington High School principal Patrick Burke is busy these days.
Principals at Morristown and Stowe elementary schools say the switch from two days a week in the building to four days has gone well, thanks to the first few weeks of classes, when only half the students were allowed in at a time.
“Community Through Crisis: a Vermont story” is the first and only documentary about Vermont’s response to COVID, through the eyes of 10 small businesses, including Salvation Farms in Morrisville.
This week we celebrate bringing our K-2 students safely back for four-days per week instruction and look forward to welcoming most of our Grade 3 and 4 students.. The joy and enthusiasm generated by having them in school is palpable.
Adapting to the COVID-19 pandemic, many Lamoille County restaurants and bars moved patrons outside to stay afloat. Now, as the crisp air turns from charming to crushing, what happens?
Ashley Prout McAvey of Shelburne finally breathed a sigh of relief on Oct. 8, when Governor Phil Scott signed a bill making it illegal in Vermont to buy and sell most products, like ivory, composed of animal parts from endangered wildlife.
The number of fatal car crashes on Vermont’s roads is up substantially. Despite there theoretically being fewer drivers on the road because of the ongoing pandemic, the number of people killed in motor vehicle crashes this year has already surpassed last year’s total.