MONTPELIER — Officials say there's a slight uptick in coronavirus cases in the state, though they aren't concerned thanks to the state's high vaccination rate.

MONTPELIER — The state’s court system is working its way through a backlog of competency evaluations for those accused of crimes, a backlog caused by a doctor shortage.

GOSHEN — For more than 90 years, Camp Thorpe has provided an inclusive, authentic summer camp experience to people of all ages with physical and developmental needs.

Gov. Phil Scott and members of his administration said on Tuesday said they have been contacted by other states asking about the “secret” to the Green Mountain State’s vaccine success.

Bishop Christopher Coyne, of the diocese of Burlington, announced the return of the “Sunday obligation” of Mass beginning this holiday weekend.

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BARRE — Three members of Spaulding High School’s Class of 2021 weren't  on hand Saturday when valedictorian David Poulin triumphantly told classmates “our journeys are just beginning” Eusebio Aja’s, Kent Barcomb’s and Matthew Durgin’s already had.

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BARRE — Three members of Spaulding High School’s Class of 2021 weren’t on hand Saturday when valedictorian David Poulin triumphantly told classmates “our journeys are just beginning” Eusebio Aja’s, Kent Barcomb’s and Matthew Durgin’s already had.

MONTPELIER — Gov. Phil Scott says thousands of Vermonters continued to get vaccinated even though he removed all coronavirus pandemic restrictions a week ago.

BARRE CITY — Police Chief Timothy Bombardier provided a recap of recent calls. This information is not distributed to the media but rather posted to the police department’s website.

MONTPELIER — The state’s top health official says while more than 80% of the state’s eligible population has now received at least one dose of the coronavirus vaccine, the virus isn’t going anywhere.

The Community College of Vermont celebrated graduates from the classes of 2020 and 2021 in a virtual commencement ceremony Saturday afternoon.

MONTPELIER — Gov. Phil Scott said he is lifting the 10 p.m. curfew for bars and restaurants and schools have been given some insight into how the next school year will look.

BARRE — While it looked quite different, the second jury trial held in Vermont since the coronavirus pandemic began 14 months ago was completed Tuesday at the courthouse in Barre.

MONTPELIER — Despite a reporting error that showed Vermont had about 11,000 more residents vaccinated than it really did, Gov. Phil Scott said he estimates the state will reach his 80% vaccination threshold next week, a month ahead of his July 4 goal.

BARRE TOWN — Local officials are taking a wait-and-see approach to any funds they may receive from the federal American Rescue Plan.

MONTPELIER — Gov. Phil Scott had defended his decision to relax the state’s mask mandate because of the state’s vaccination progress while saying he hasn’t determined yet what the benchmark will be to move to the final reopening step.

MONTPELIER — Gov. Phil Scott has lifted the mask mandate for fully-vaccinated people, following the change in guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

BURLINGTON — With one of the coronavirus vaccines close to approval for those aged 12 to 15 years old, two doctors at University of Vermont Medical Center say the science shows the risks associated with getting the vaccine are far outweighed by the risks of contracting the coronavirus.

MONTPELIER — Gov. Phil Scott says he might speed up his reopening timeline given how quickly the state’s population is getting vaccinated against the coronavirus.

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Justin Turcotte has two great passions: serving good, healthy food and working to ensure that no one goes hungry.

Community action groups in Rutland and Barre are working with the Department of Health to offer free COVID-19 vaccines this week and next, hoping to reach people who have barriers signing up through the department’s website.

Students in Rutland High School were feeling the “Bern” Wednesday afternoon during a visit from U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt.

MONTPELIER — Some collecting unemployment will soon have to start looking for work again, according to state officials.

MONTPELIER — Officials say they are ready to restart vaccinating people with the Johnson & Johnson vaccine as soon as the federal government gives the go-ahead.

MONTPELIER — Officials say they are ready to restart vaccinating people with the Johnson & Johnson vaccine as soon as the federal government gives the go-ahead.

MONTPELIER — State officials say Vermont’s coronavirus case numbers are coming down and there is optimism younger residents could be eligible for the vaccine by May or June.

Schools across Vermont are looking to adapt to new state COVID-19 guidance with an eye toward getting more students back into classrooms following the April school break.

Hoping to encourage staff and the public to get vaccinated against COVID-19, administrators at Casella Waste Systems are telling the community who “Got the Shot.”

MONTPELIER — Officials have laid out a plan to give kids things to do this summer after being cooped up for the past year because of the coronavirus pandemic.

It’s no secret that the last year has been challenging for local businesses. But despite the challenges, I’ve been impressed with the fortitude and creativity that they have demonstrated in adapting their businesses. I spoke with a few local businesses about some of the difficulties they hav…

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