Business promoters have chosen a Brattleboro-based digital marketing agency to lead the initiative as the city sees its population continue to drop.
David Allaire, who lost to Mayor Louras twice, along with Michael Coppinger and Kam Johnston, are seeking to win the mayor’s office.
Controversy over the program inspired several to run. Seventeen candidates are vying for six seats at March Town Meeting.
Recent enforcement actions underscore the vulnerability of the industry and many of its laborers. “To say people are nervous is an understatement,” says a consultant.
If the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals agrees to review either of the lower court decisions, it could delay Fell’s retrial, which is scheduled to begin in late March.
The education secretary blasted the president’s actions and declared Vermont’s moral commitment to making all students feel welcome.
The Vermont Refugee Resettlement Program is expecting 13 Bhutanese refugees to arrive in Vermont today.
An industry group says the attorney general’s action may be a first when it comes to enforcing prohibitions on smoking cessation claims. The store owner denies all the allegations.
RUTLAND — A local man with a previous cocaine-dealing conviction has been sentenced to four years in prison for distributing the synthetic opioid fentanyl. When he was arrested in May, Donald Perkins, 29, was on federal supervised release for a previous conviction of conspiracy to distribute cocaine. He served five years for that offense. Last […]
If the Seattle judge’s order is upheld by the 9th circuit court of appeals, it is possible that Syrian refugee resettlement in Rutland will continue.
The defense could argue that their client is entitled to a new trial because the jury selection process was unfair.
The opiate crisis isn’t primarily driven by out-of-state dealers but by Vermonters’ demand for drugs and eagerness to sell them to each other, police suggest.
At age 70, Rein Kolts faces what the judge said was tantamount to a life sentence for sexually assaulting a child. “He has nothing to lose” by skipping bail, the prosecuting attorney argued.
The Board of Aldermen adopted a budget that includes money for the department, while seeking to express support for firefighters and “disdain for the budget as presented” by the mayor.