“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.”
A number of lively races are expected in November as candidates vie to replace outgoing legislators.
The state of Vermont has commissioned a more detailed proposal to build new men’s and women’s prisons, as well as men’s and women’s reentry facilities, on a shared campus somewhere in the northwest corner of the state.
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.
John Quinn, Vermont’s secretary of digital services, was cited with a misdemeanor after police said he blocked in another driver who parked in Quinn’s reserved space. The other driver, accused of repeatedly ramming Quinn’s pickup while trying to exit, was cited with a felony.
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.
The general assistance hotel program reverted to pre-pandemic guidelines July 1. People enrolled in the program can remain in hotels on a longer-term basis under a new transitional housing program.
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 governor decided to keep deputy prosecutors in the top jobs until new state’s attorneys are elected in November. Both deputies filling in during the interim are running to be their counties’ next state’s attorneys.
The document argues that federal immigration authorities should close deportation cases for 10 men because they do not have characteristics that would make them a priority for deportation.
The body of the suspect in a shooting that left the town on high alert Tuesday was found that night in the downtown residence in which he had barricaded himself.
The rally on the Statehouse lawn was one of more than 450 March for Our Lives protests held across the United States on Saturday.
Rep. Sarah Copeland Hanzas, D-Bradford, Deputy Secretary of State Chris Winters and Montpelier City Clerk John Odum shared similar political values but found room to carve out distinctions.
The governor called the facilities an “experimental strategy” in fighting the overdose crisis. Advocates point to extensive research demonstrating that the sites save lives.