At issue is whether the new system is encouraging an increase or decrease in academic offerings and favoring certain fields of study over others that are less popular.
Burlington College officially closes today.
BURLINGTON — Police say they are investigating the severe beating of a transgender man at a homeless encampment near the Barge Canal area on Pine Street as a possible hate crime. Officers said they were called to the encampment Monday just after 11 a.m., several hours after an apparent assault. They discovered a 38-year-old transgender […]
The Planning Commission heard two hours of public comment at only the first of several meetings before it makes a recommendation to the City Council. At issue is a possible zoning change to accommodate a $220 million downtown redevelopment.
“I don’t think he should run, and if he were to run, I don’t think it’s the best thing for him to run as a Republican,” said Vermont GOP Chairman David Sunderland on Monday.
The mayor’s proposed budget would cut property tax rates by half a penny.
State, EPA officials announce $800,000 in brownfield assessment grants for Vermont
Two trustees and a financial advisor say they have heard reports the 2010 land deal orchestrated by former college President Jane Sanders, wife of presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, is under scrutiny.
People’s United Bank, the school’s main creditor and the first mortgage holder on its remaining North Avenue campus, is “in the driver’s seat,” says the head of the college’s board of trustees.
Burlington Police Chief Brandon del Pozo said he released all the body camera video from the incident where an officer killed Ralph “Phil” Grenon, except when it is redundant or as necessary to preserve “a modicum of Mr. Grenon’s dignity.”
“It is clear that criminal charges are not supported by the evidence,” said Deputy State’s Attorney Bram Kranichfeld. Ralph “Phil” Grenon was shot in March while wielding knives after a standoff lasting hours.
Noelle MacKay is commissioner of the state Department of Housing and Community Development, a position she’s held for five years. Before that she was executive director of Smart Growth Vermont.
The provision makes two important extensions for the portion of Burlington’s waterfront tax increment financing district where a $220 million redevelopment of the Burlington Town Center mall area is planned.
A judge granted Sen. Norm McAllister’s motion to have two separate trials for the sexual assault charges he faces. The first trial is expected to start June 15. McAllister maintains his innocence, and has said he may still run for reelection.