Planned Parenthood clinics around the state and region are encouraging patients to seek their help despite the Trump administration enforcing of what many are calling an abortion referral “gag rule” one week ago.
Gov. Phil Scott’s office denied the claim that the governor supports a statewide school voucher system, which would allow public money to follow students to private schools.
BARRE — Less than four months after it was elected, the Barre Unified School Board has its first vacancy to fill and at least two applicants to choose from.
MONTPELIER — Media organizations around the state are applauding the state Supreme Court’s decision to side with a media company in a public records dispute.
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MARSHFIELD – Imagine you don’t recognize people, including the people who live with you? Imagine that the things that are important always seem to be missing. Worse yet, imagine that the people around you are railroading you out of your home.
MONTPELIER — A “scoping study” in the Capital City will explore options for the most conflicted intersection at Main and Barre streets at two upcoming public meetings.
You may just be able to fry an egg on the sidewalk this weekend, thanks to a spell of hot weather slated to hit Vermont. Experts warn the sunny days ahead may be the perfect excuse to stay inside.
NORTH CALAIS – Ownership of a classic landmark has been transferred to a new nonprofit organization that will ensure the restoration and future upkeep of the 1886 Memorial Hall and its Civil War memorial – and resolve an ongoing dispute about public access for swimmers to Mirror Lake.
MONTPELIER — The Vermont Supreme Court has sided with a media company deciding to publicly release a judge’s decision blocking the state’s request for raw footage of a police shooting.
WAITSFIELD – It was an intimate festival of musical theater as veteran Broadway pros introduced the next generation Thursday, when the Commons Group opened “Better by Two: An Evening of Broadway Duets” at the Skinner Barn. The delightful revue runs Thursday-Sunday through July 28.
BERLIN — The Select Board has agreed to float a $50,000 loan to its cash-strapped water department to facilitate the acquisition of an easement for a new well members were told likely won’t be needed for more than a year.
BERLIN — All sand isn’t created equal in the estimation of Road Commissioner Tim Davis, who this week successfully lobbied the Select Board to pay a $6,250 premium for what he considers superior sand.
MONTPELIER — The Capital City Farmers Market is considering suspending or expelling a vendor over a dispute that contributed to the newly appointed market manager’s resignation.
BARRE — School officials are warning area businesses to be wary of an out-of-state marketer’s scam to solicit payments for a “Spaulding High School 2019 Fall Sports Poster.”
EAST MONTPELIER — Members of the Washington Central School Board met for the first time since assuming operational authority of a six-school system that is now theirs to run and the record will reflect Monday’s scenic session was literally a back porch forum.
MARLBORO — Marlboro Music Festival opened its 69th season over the weekend with two concerts of topnotch chamber music. Unusually, the highlights of both concerts were vocal works.
WEST HAVEN — A half-dozen people were injured, including five members of a New Jersey family, after a crash on Route 22A in West Haven on Sunday, according to a release from the Vermont State Police.
MONTPELIER — The mandated energy-efficiency rating of properties at the time they are sold in the Capital City will be the focus of a meeting for realtors and developers at City Hall next week.
MONTPELIER — While students enjoy the summer weather, schools are already gearing up for their return. On Monday, Gov. Phil Scott announced the allocation of $1.5 million in funding for school security measures, a drop from the $4 million given last year during the first cycle of the grants.
BERLIN — More than 160 Civil Air Patrol cadets will descend on the Knapp State Airport this week during twice-daily encampments, trainings and orientation flights for pilots between the ages of 12 and 21.
BARRE — A Granite City woman accused of having sexual contact with a child has been sentenced to a year behind bars for violating her conditions of release.