Vermont annual rabies bait drop starts Aug. 5. The week-long drop is part of a nationally coordinated effort to halt the fatal disease.
Train stations drew sold-out railcars and scores of trackside celebrants July 19, when Amtrak passenger service resumed in the Green Mountain State after a 16-month pandemic absence.
In the first five months of 2021, state legislators sent dozens of bills to Gov. Phil Scott’s desk, and he signed all but a handful into law.
Meridith Sandherr’s heart sank when, while preparing to interview for a position at Bishop John A. Marshall School in Morristown, she realized the school was Catholic.
Veteran Bennington Police Chief Paul Doucette remembers clearly the two-vehicle crash caused by a drunken driver that almost cost him his life.