‘It used to feel safe’: 4 Muslim students share fears after shooting injured 3 Palestinian Americans
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Huang’s Noodle Shop, a longtime daydream of a couple who spent decades working in Chinese restaurants, opened in May.
Vermont is among the five states with the fewest protections for owners of towed vehicles.
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Prosecutors say the small numbers don’t constitute a trend, but cases in Barre and Rutland demonstrate the challenges of coercion when juveniles are drawn into selling drugs.
Vermont law previously required that in order to convict someone of a hate crime, prosecutors had to prove the defendant was “maliciously” motivated beyond a reasonable doubt. But in 2021, lawmakers made what one called a “simple” but “powerful” change.
By Tuesday afternoon, the fire was still burning and could potentially continue for several more days, according to Robin Beaton, Irasburg’s fire chief, who said that the Irasburg fire department was still actively engaging the blaze.
The former top editor of the Keene Sentinel and the Stowe Reporter most recently led VTDigger’s southern Vermont bureau and opinion section. He was best known as a caring and compassionate supervisor.
The proposed three-year plan comes after lengthy discussion in the community about how best to assure the quality of education while also reining in school budgets.
The hilltop trailer that holds critical equipment linking Franklin County’s primary 911 dispatchers with the outside world is in ailing shape and likely years overdue to be replaced, officials said.
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While House Democrats welcome this commitment to addressing Vermont’s housing needs, it is frankly overdue.
Vermont’s accounting on climate emissions is dishonest. That in turn has misled legislators and other Vermonters into thinking the state is doing well at confronting the climate crisis.
Business vitality is crucial to the well-being of all Vermonters. This is why we are optimistic that legislative priorities and business needs can align during the 2024 legislative session.
The issue isn’t about hunting. It is about aligning an agency to address contemporary challenges. Vermont has not responded to this new cultural and environmental landscape.
The firearm and a bag of unidentified material were related to a police chase Thursday night, according to law enforcement and school officials.
Stacey Vaillancourt was convicted of manslaughter and child cruelty at the end of a five-day trial in the 2019 case.
The tanker went off the Route 14 bridge leading over the Black River in Irasburg and caught on fire, according to Vermont State Police. No injuries have been reported.