Scenes from Town Meeting Day at the Elmore Town Hall. Photos by Amy Ash Nixon.
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This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Imagine What it Feels Like” by Jojo Williams-Keane, an eighth-grader at Crossroads Academy in Lyme, N.H.
The town of Ira’s argument was that the policy should cover the “time value” of the money taken and the trial court agreed. Insurer appealed, town cross-appealed, and that brings us to the main event.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “The Victim’s Memorial” by Jessica Beliveau, an eight-grader at Albert D. Lawton Intermediate School in Essex Junction.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Sparks” by Lydia Moreman, a junior at Champlain Valley Union High School.
The SCOV begins by noting that there are no factual disputes and its only job here is to determine whether Turtle Hill qualifies for the UVA program as a “farmer” under the statute.
The week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Hazy Days” by Simone Edgar Holmes, a junior at Champlain Valley Union High School.
The town of Addison’s rules are meant to protect the shoreline and to prevent construction and all the problems that construction can cause in a delicate environmental system.
When a police officer stops a driver to warn of a downed tree ahead, and a DUI ensues, is the stop considered reasonable?
The week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Riding Cows and Hot Cocoa” by Ava Kendrick, a sophomore at Harwood Union High School.
This case has to do with a “longstanding feud” between a condo association and one of the individual property owners in the association.
On RumbleStripVermont.com, Erica Heilman has posted audio files that last from several minutes to more than an hour. Most of them involve Vermont and Vermonters.
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