On the first Saturday of service, Sept. 16, there were 635 passengers across all three routes.
Following the Floods
Read VTDigger’s latest coverage of the aftermath from historic flooding that hit Vermont this summer.
Chad Emery did not contest the action by the Vermont Criminal Justice Council, agreeing to have his law enforcement certification in the state permanently revoked. The council’s action stems in part from Emery’s domestic assault conviction earlier this year.
‘The chickens coming home to roost’: Balint and fellow Dems join hardline Republicans in ousting Speaker McCarthy
In a historic first, the U.S. House on Tuesday afternoon voted 216-210 to remove U.S. Rep. Kevin McCarthy from his post as speaker of the House. U.S. Rep. Becca Balint, Vermont’s first-term Democrat, was among the 216 ‘yes’ votes.
The U.S. Attorney’s office announced a judge’s decisions on gun and drug conspiracy charges related to an Old North End shooting in which one man died.
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Wanted: Education secretary who can manage ‘complex issues,’ believes in ‘transformational power of education’
Candidates for the job, which pays roughly $168,000 a year, will be expected to reduce inequality, increase test scores and promote career and tech education, according to the job posting for the position.
John Grismore, who was captured on video kicking a man in custody in August 2022, will be back in court next month for a hearing as the case now continues to move forward.
After nearly 12 years leading the Queen City, Weinberger announced on Thursday that he will not seek a fifth term, capping an eventful and tumultuous period for the city.
Morgan had sued the department, claiming it wrongfully kept him incarcerated following a disproven furlough violation. He has since been released from prison.
When a man’s final public breakdown happened, the compassion he was shown by townspeople likely prevented a more tragic ending.
Vermont State University president recommends cutting 10 degree programs and up to 33 faculty positions
Interim President Mike Smith’s recommendations — which include cutting degrees in forestry, music and school psychology — come after a task force spent several months gathering data and information on the university’s academic programs.
The 188,500-square-foot facility is capable of producing up to 300 aircraft per year, according to Kyle Clark, the company’s founder and CEO.
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Biomass plants are inefficient and expensive to operate. We just have to know the truth about them and legislate accordingly and they will close themselves.
Deinstitutionalization has turned out to be a cruel alternative.
If we believe what climate science is telling us, future disasters will be coming much faster and with more force than we’ve ever dreamed of.
Attorneys in the case of 20-year-old Kahliq Richardson said during a hearing Monday that they are on track for a December trial. Richardson is facing a manslaughter charge in the death of 19-year-old Jonah Pandiani on April 3, 2021, at the Quality Inn.
While the Jenne Farm has drawn attention for decades, locals say social media has made the situation untenable, with tourists tromping through private property and blocking the road.
Vermont’s congressional delegation celebrates short-term budget — but not without chastising House GOP
Congress over the weekend narrowly avoided a government shutdown. But Vermont’s federal delegates didn’t let the moment pass without chastising U.S. House Republicans, whose infighting stalled a spending deal for weeks.