Suleiman ‘Sule’ Kangangi died Saturday at the Vermont Overland gravel bike race.
Saturday’s gathering at the Intervale Center focused on raising awareness of Proposal 2, which would remove references to slavery from the Vermont Constitution.
The Caledonia County Fair continues through Sunday evening in Lyndonville.
“He was just this person who would do the work and step up when things needed to be done,” Steve Goodkind said.
Experts say while Swanton Sector, which includes Vermont, the very eastern part of New York and the northern tip of New Hampshire, has seen an increase in border encounters, it’s important to note it comes as there is a global surge in migration.
Inspired by the inaugural run of the new Burlington-New York Amtrak service in July, the author reconstructs his first trip from Waterbury to New York City’s Penn Station when he was 8 years old.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is ‘Recalibrate’ by Charlotte Dodds, 17, of Burlington. Illustration by Ellie Eringis.
“This metaphor of cycling is an adaptive activity that enables us to continue to live the kind of life we want to live."
“GPS is the craziest thing,” said George McRae, who’s helped truck drivers get unstuck on Route 108. “They send these trucks all kind of places that they don’t belong.”
After escaping the battlefield, one Ukrainian family has found purpose assisting Agape Ministries in renovating a shuttered nursing home to house others similarly displaced.
One rescuer has documented 46 stray rabbits across the state this year, almost half of them in Burlington.
The narrow road runs along Malletts Bay and is dotted with tiny camps and older homes.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is ‘I Write Everything’ by Charlotte Dodds, 17, of Burlington. ‘Boots’ artwork by Lauren McCabe, 16, of South Burlington.
More than 4,800 people came to Vermont between 2020 and 2021 — reversing years of population loss from people moving out of the state.