John Grismore’s lawyer said the sheriff would only testify before the House impeachment committee on Monday, Dec. 11, if the public is allowed to attend.
“This decision enables us to continue our mission of promoting full civil and human rights for all, including conducting this investigation,” Big Hartman, the executive director of the commission, said of the Vermont Supreme Court’s ruling Friday.
A $1.6 million federal grant received this week by VTrans would fund the design of a bridge system that will allow wildlife to pass under I-89 and Route 2 in western Waterbury.
A jury trial in the case, brought against the state’s largest accountable care organization by one of its frequent critics, Robert Hoffman, was to start next month.
Some board members believe the time has come to take down or replace the flags that have flown in recent years over schools in Williston, Hinesburg, Charlotte and Shelburne.
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Among other transitions, Kristen Fountain has been named senior editor, Sarah Mearhoff will serve as Statehouse bureau chief and Sam Gale Rosen will oversee and revamp VTDigger’s opinion section.
In an interview with VTDigger on Wednesday afternoon, the independent senator from Vermont said he was opposed to providing Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government ‘money with no strings attached.’ Sen. Peter Welch joined the rest of the Democratic caucus in supporting the measure.
‘It used to feel safe’: 4 Muslim students share fears after shooting injured 3 Palestinian Americans
Days after the shooting in Burlington which drew national condemnation, fourth-year students at Winooski High School spoke to VTDigger about what the incident means to them and why they’re changing their behavior because of it.
‘Burlington is alive right now’: Democrats expect record turnout Sunday to nominate a mayoral candidate
The three Democrats hoping to become the city’s next mayor have gone to new lengths as they’ve campaigned for the nomination. It’s the first open race in the city since 2012.
Despite physical and verbal harm allegations by New Hampshire’s children’s advocate, Vermont maintains a contract for four beds with the Bledsoe Youth Academy, saying that youths have benefited from the program.
Fleming’s husband, Ron Powers, said he was surprised by and grateful for the initiative, started by a longtime Castleton business owner.
Corrections department asks judge to consider home detention for ailing 80-year-old double murder suspect
The move comes as the cost to the state to provide staff for round-the-clock supervision of Michael Louise at a medical facility tops more than $220,000 over four months.
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Our feeling of being exceptional has eroded a lot lately.
With his gloom-and-doom rhetoric, Gov. Phil Scott is trying to scare taxpayers instead of offering solutions.
The airline cited a chronic shortage of air traffic controllers when it announced in October that it was pulling out of the Burlington airport.
A health department expert said Covid metrics were “mixed.”