In early April, driving home from a shift as a physician’s assistant in the emergency room at the University of Vermont Medical Center, Than Moore had an idea.
Your local guide to the global outbreak.
Volunteers in the parking lot of Usherwood Office Technology in Williston scurried around with an enthusiasm that belied the hour – before 8 a.m. – and the day – Saturday, May 30.
As the coronavirus infected Vermont, driving much of the population into quarantine, a seemingly random array of products disappeared from grocery store shelves. Toilet paper, hand sanitizer and pasta all became scarce as shoppers obeyed a perplexing logic in the face of pandemic panic.
Champlain Valley Union High School is collaborating with its Essex and South Burlington cohorts to put together a socially distant – and no doubt memorable – graduation.
The soft, folksy songs of Burlington band Cricket Blue practically beckon the listener to come closer.
Since March, duo Laura Heaberlin and Taylor Smith have had to keep fans at more than arm’s length, awaiting safer days for live performances.
Samantha Aikman and Delilah Kramer have created an online gallery featuring art that captures the experience of being a Vermont student during the time of COVID-19. Both 16-years-old, the two are sophomores participating in Big Picture South Burlington, a project-based program at South Burlington High School.
On Thursday, May 14, a line of around 100 cars, with headlights blinking and horns honking, stretched from Staples Plaza to South Williams Street, the site of the University of Vermont president’s house.
A 30-year-old man found wounded at the Rocky Ridge Golf Course in St. George Friday morning apparently had been shot at a trailer park in Star…
A South Burlington emergency room doctor, who was busted on state voyeurism charges last month, is now facing a mandatory 15-year minimum sent…
“Can you understand the deep amount of hurt and pain that this might have caused, but do you have any empathy at all?”Elizabeth Deutsch of Hinesburg got cut off during the May 6 Zoom selectboard meeting, while commenting on Lake Iroquois’ milfoil problem.
Bleeding hearts, day lilies, hostas, lupines, peonies, astilbes, primroses, phlox, sedums, shasta daisies and other perennial beauties from private gardens in Hinesburg shone at the Osborne Parrish Hall on Saturday morning, May 16.
Fear. Fear has gripped us all in one way or another during the current COVID-19 pandemic. Concerns about COVID-19 encourage people to stay phy…
Our United States Constitution guarantees Americans many rights, most notably those contained in the Bill of Rights. The right of every eligib…
In November of 2019, Vermont Technical College (VTC) announced that it ranks first in the state for return on investment. The study by Georget…