The Vermont senator did not say he would oppose the measure. But he said it should be amended before it passes, to include priorities he said had been left out — to address homelessness, student debt, child care and Medicare.
Vermont Green Football Club finished its inaugural season on July 24, losing 2-1 to the Long Island Rough Riders in the league semifinals. The Green finished with a 12-5-1 record and a third-place finish in the Northeast Division.
Karen Mittelman has succeeded in creating partnerships with many arts organizations across the state, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic, which had a brutal impact on the arts community.
Police Chief Paul Doucette said violence has increased in Bennington in the past six months, including stabbings, drive-by shootings and gang activity.
Dragonheart and the Burlington city government have been working to update the community boat launch since 2008 to make the lake more accessible to more people, especially for the annual Lake Champlain Dragonboat Festival.
Not every nonnative species in Lake Champlain is invasive. There are 51 nonnative species in Lake Champlain, but only a dozen are considered invasive.
There are 44,000 working-age Vermonters with disabilities, but only about half are employed. Several organizations are working together to help those Vermonters find jobs while also helping employers make jobs more accessible.
Long Trail, Otter Creek and Shed beers will now be brewed at Harpoon’s Windsor facility, while Shoreham-based WhistlePig Whiskey will take over the Otter Creek and Shed brewery in Middlebury.
The organization’s investigation once again raised questions about the effectiveness of prosecutors’ practices of reporting police officers, prompting the creation of the new database. It followed on a VTDigger series on the topic from 2020.
Their efforts include partnerships with local and national organizations to expand soccer’s reach into marginalized communities in the region, while prioritizing inclusion and progressive ideals and making decisions with those principles in mind.
Classes were canceled Friday at Lake Region Union High School. Authorities did not name the suspect.
State police determined that the object “was an inert training device that did not have the potential to pose a safety risk,” according to school officials.
The Vermont Agency of Agriculture runs the survey every year, visiting 48 sites across the state, twice in the spring and twice in the fall, to track tick numbers.