This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Self-portrait as a Butterfly” by Luna Isham, a student at Harwood Union High School in Duxbury.
A man lost vision in one eye from an infection following surgery. After summary judgement is granted to the doctor, the patient appeals.
The beloved wife of Jeff Danziger, passed away quietly early January 26 morning, after a long and courageous battle against cancer.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “The Bird that Dared to Sing” by Katherine Duan, an eighth-grader at Crossroads Academy in Lyme, New Hampshire.
The father argues that his speech was protected under the First Amendment of the Constitution.
The State of Vermont is dedicating a new conference center this evening in honor of Sen. Sally Fox who died of lung cancer two years ago. The dedication will be held 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. today. Fox was a longtime House representative and senator from South Burlington who dedicated her legislative career to helping […]
The District 3 Environmental Commission had agreed to put on hold until mid-February any conclusion about a pending Act 250 review of Jesse “Sam” Sammis’ proposed development at Exit 4 in Randolph, in order to allow Sammis and two project opponents time to explore possible resolution of their differences.
Twenty athletes from the U.S. and Canada participated in four days of racing at the Northeast Kingdom cross-country ski center.
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This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Noises at Night and Their Effect On Children” by Hannah Frasure, an eighth-grader at Endeavour Middle School in Shelburne.
After the Public Service Board granted the Basin Harbor Club a permit for solar panels, a neighbor’s appeal for reconsideration was rejected because she lacked party status. The Vermont Supreme Court hears the case.
The governor says: “Let’s remember where we started. Five years ago, our state was staggering from the blows of the Great Recession, revenues were in free-fall, and there were no easy choices. Vermont’s General Fund revenues had fallen by nearly 15 percent, and we were faced with a $176 million budget gap.”
Watch Gov. Shumlin’s 2016 budget address live from the Statehouse. Livestream courtesy CCTV.
John Killacky, executive director of the Flynn, interviews Ian about her life, work and audio performance of the novel “Patience and Sarah” about two women who fall in love in 19th century New England.