“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.”
Farmer Buzz Ferver wants to be the person to bring persimmons to Vermont’s cold growing climate. But his ambitions are broader — he’s developing a collection of nutritious nuts and seeds that can thrive in the region. It’s part climate project, part history project.
With the end of widespread PCR testing for Covid-19, hospitals and public health officials — and journalists — are using different kinds of data to understand the ebbs and flows of the virus.
According to some legal scholars, the U.S. Supreme Court decision around religious schools in Maine has unique consequences for Vermont — and could require the state to rethink how it funds K-12 education.
The food supply chain and construction industry have been hit especially hard, according to Vermont business owners.
Sandy Sumner’s death has become a call to action for advocates of a pending medical monitoring bill and a symbol of the ongoing impact of the contamination in Bennington.
For some, the long-term effects of a coronavirus infection can be debilitating. While clinical understanding of the disease continues to evolve, many worry that Vermont's rural health system is ill-equipped to treat it.
Nursing homes reopened their doors to visitors last November, but advocates worry that another viral spike could again shut the doors.
Recent trends give reason for cautious optimism about Covid’s next phase. But transmission remains higher than it’s been for most of the pandemic, and future variants could still pose a threat.
On this week’s podcast, four Vermont high schoolers describe the impacts of widespread staff and student absences on their schools.
Doctors and nurses are caring for an overwhelming number of people, and some patients have been forced to delay procedures they see as essential.
After a viral video catapulted a niche hunting technique into a statewide controversy, opponents hope policy changes will follow.
Vermont’s new Climate Action Plan outlines more than 230 steps toward meeting an ambitious set of emissions reductions goals. What will it take to make those proposals a reality?
Elementary and middle schools in the Granite City have had more total Covid-19 cases than in any other community. Parents and administrators are concerned about the long-term impacts.