BURLINGTON — Environmental, energy and transportation groups have thrown their support behind a $220 million redevelopment of the current Burlington Town Center. The Conservation Law Foundation, the Vermont Natural Resource Council, the Vermont Energy Investment Corporation, the Burlington Electric Commission, and the Chittenden County Regional Transportation Commission all publicly support the new mall and housing […]
Steven Bourgoin, 36, is charged with five counts of second degree murder in connection with the deaths of five Central Vermont teenagers.
Mike McGarghan, a candidate for state representative, called for Obama to be hung in Tweets, and School Board Member David Kirk shared memes on Facebook that disparaged immigrants and people of color.
The board and the union had been at loggerheads over raises, teacher contributions to health care and reimbursement for graduate courses.
A judge ordered the mental health screening prior to Bourgoin’s arraignment last Friday, anticipating that his mental health and competency would be at issue in the case.
Friends say Bourgoin had anxiety and PTSD from traumatic childhood experiences.
The Tweet is one of a handful from Michael McGarghan that denounce the president, promote conspiracy theories or contain anti-Muslim and anti-immigrant rhetoric.
“We have six senators and I do not believe any of them represent the majority of people in this community.”
The social service nonprofit also said Steven Bourgoin was not a client.
The Burlington police chief says Elena Roberts, an attorney with the New York Legal Aid Society’s criminal defense practice in Brooklyn, violated professional conduct standards.
Steven Bourgoin was charged with five counts of second degree murder and other charges in connection with the weekend crash that killed five Central Vermont teens.
The suspect in the killing of five teens was in a custody dispute and faced foreclosure leading up to the crash on Sunday night.
The $7.7 million facility took 16 months to complete and was paid for with 80 percent federal money.
The union says it will strike as early as Oct. 20 if a mediation session the day before doesn’t yield an agreement. The school board imposed a contract after earlier talks failed.