Wayne Miller, a former resident of Hartland, is being held without bail while awaiting trial in state court on 13 felony counts.
The Solarize 2022 campaign started as an idea at the Cornish Energy Committee in New Hampshire. The town committed to a 100% renewable energy goal by 2050. Soon, Windsor, Hartland and Plainfield, New Hampshire, joined in.
When the Taliban gained control of Afghanistan in August, an Afghan citizen who had aided U.S. forces was able to escape with the help of a loose network of military members and veterans. Now he is headed to Vermont.
Great River Hydro, a Massachusetts-based company, is proposing to reduce the frequency, duration and magnitude of the discharges it makes to generate electricity at the Wilder, Bellows Falls and Vernon dams.
As farmers worked to meet increased demand for local food, “we heard from farm stands that it was like Thanksgiving every day for months.”
“It is unacceptable conduct for a principal to promote equality by day and then, on her own time, make a social media post on Facebook which undermines that work in a way that adversely affects the district, and that is exactly what happened here,” the board said in the decision.
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The school, initially dubbed The Mountain Academy, would unify four towns.
School districts across Vermont are studying whether to merge with neighbors as part of a state education law. The process can be a huge challenge.
A plan to create a regional high school in Windsor has failed to gain traction because parents in wealthier towns don't want to give up school choice and send their students to what is perceived to be a poor town.
The board rejected the proposed merger of three choice districts and the lone school district in the area that operates its own school.
Because every option that would meet state approval has been considered and rejected at the local level, it’s not clear where the discussion might turn next.