With a city council split between more progressive and conservative wings, arriving at a common vision for rebuilding Barre City will not be easy.
As attorney fees in Chieftain appeal approach $10,000, Green Mountain school board votes to stop paying
Some members were unaware the board was paying for a lawyer at all.
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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.
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.
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“I think the big thing is just this question of: What’s the best thing that UVM can do? And where’s the best place to put its resources? And what does that mean for its future?”
Federal guidelines could slow the rollout, since they require connection even to off-grid sites, including remote hunting camps. The state had planned to connect only those locations already on the grid.
Vermont State University has been analyzing its academic offerings to see which programs could be combined or “retired,” interim president Mike Smith said this week. The process could ultimately lead to lost positions, he said.
Morgan had filed a lawsuit against the Department of Corrections, seeking to limit the types of furlough violations that could send a person back to prison.
On Sept. 15, Vermont Superior Court Judge David Barra denied a motion by former owner Marc Cote, who sought a restraining order against the pharmacy on Sept. 8 when current owners Michelle and Donald Laurendeau announced the closing.
The credit union is warning members that, unless they take action, they will forfeit their right to sue management.
Dorothea Kelly, 64, admitted stealing a combined $32,000 from the Dorset Village Library and local retailer J.K. Adams between 2018 and 2019.
The popular retailer plans to open a new storefront at the Essex Experience shopping center in early November. Store co-owner Marc Sherman said its Burlington flagship will stay open, but he said he worried about the changing retail landscape in downtown Burlington.
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Expand the Child Tax Credit permanently so that families can have consistent support they can count on.
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Residents of a Colchester manufactured home park organize to form Vermont’s first new village in years
“We’re more often merging than creating,” said Ted Brady, executive director of the Vermont League of Cities and Towns. “I’d say the biggest benefit to creating a village is the ability to raise taxes and provide a municipal service.”
In a letter to state departments and agencies, state Finance Commissioner Adam Greshin called for spending increases of no more than 3%, which, given increasing costs, would likely lead to cuts to programs and services.