Voters will weigh in on Town Meeting Day on proposed $209.6 million high school and middle school building, which would boost taxes.
The panel suggested that de-escalation be made a priority and that officers be required to intervene when they witness excessive force.
The council voted early Wednesday morning to not invest in Champlain Broadband, the local affiliate BT buyer Schurz Communications created to operate Burlington Telecom.
The county prosecutor and Dennis Phillips’ defense attorney agree he should be hospitalized for psychiatric treatment. But the Department of Mental Health disagrees.
With a vote looming, some councilors are siding with the mayor’s proposal to invest $2.4 million in Champlain Broadband. Those against argue that it is too risky.
City officials, and even presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders, are weighing in against a plan to reorganize Minor League Baseball.
Rashad Nashid shot and seriously injured Chelsea Parker outside of the Burlington bar on Feb. 26, 2018. He took a plea deal that avoided state charges.
Jan Wright has agreed to resign effective Feb. 21 after it was revealed she used two fake Facebook accounts to attack critics and defend the department.
The forecast calls for 1 to 3 inches of snow per hour during the afternoon. All flights have been canceled at the Burlington airport.
The woman, who stated she wanted police to shoot her, dropped the weapon after commands from officers.
A panel of criminal justice professionals explored ideas for prison reform in Vermont at a VTDigger forum Tuesday.
Councilors say they believe the city should reopen its investigation after VTDigger reported on new anonymous posts by Deputy Police Chief Jan Wright.
A one-day review by VTDigger found that Deputy Chief Jan Wright, who had been suspended for eight days as a result of the initial probe, made at least 40 comments investigators did not include in their report.
The Burlington City Council voted to not put noncitizen voting on the March ballot to allow more time for public engagement.