Some 300 people gathered in Montpelier on Saturday to protest the Israel-Hamas War as fighting resumed after a weeklong cease-fire. A small group of counter-protesters held Israeli flags across the street.
The city council agreed to move forward with bringing a question about adding two seats to the school board to a Town Meeting vote, but will hold back other proposed charter changes.
The superintendent of the Lamoille South Supervisory Union and the school district chair said students feel safe at Peoples Academy and offered additional details about the incident in a letter to the community.
An anonymous letter circulated in Boston, calling on British troops to “put the above persons immediately to the sword and destroy their houses and plunder their effects.” Young’s name was among 18 listed.
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As topics involving policing, substance use and mental health occupy the mayoral race in the city, one point of contention remains a City Council police staffing vote that took place over three years ago.
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.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “First snow” by Astrid Longstreth, 14, of West Bolton. Artwork is “An Icy Sunrise” by Lauren McCabe, 17, of South Burlington.
The wrongful death lawsuit, recently moved to federal district court, was brought by the estate of Scott Lewis, who died while working as a zip line tour guide at Stowe Mountain Resort, and names four other firms that designed, installed or equipped the resort’s ZipTour ride.
The Waterbury-based company also purchased a growing facility from Curaleaf, a national corporation.
Lawmakers and members of Fish and Wildlife Board disagree on details of new hunting and trapping rules
The yearslong process has been hugely controversial among hunters, some of whom object to stricter regulations, and among animal welfare advocates, who have encouraged lawmakers to further regulate the activities.
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Amazingly, we don’t seem to notice that being overrun by people of means will, in all likelihood, change forever the things that we all love about Vermont.
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The three businesses affected by the fires also suffered damages in July’s floods.
Burlington’s political parties will pick their mayoral nominees this month. So how does that work anyway?
Party nominating caucuses will kick off next week with the Progressives meeting Monday night. Each party has its own rules for registration, nominations and voting.