Henry Butson received emergency care before he died Sunday at Springfield Hospital, according to the Department of Corrections and the Vermont State Police.
The idea came from historian and artist Erica Donnis in Burlington, who was intrigued by the craftivism project that Jayna Zweiman created in 2017 to protest then-President Donald Trump’s call for a border wall with Mexico.
The 1.5-square-mile city serves nearly 800 students but, until now, has never had a dedicated bus service for K-12 students, according to school Superintendent Sean McMannon.
At 2 p.m. on Monday, there were 1,327 customers affected in Washington County, 1,151 in Orange County and 585 in Chittenden County after what weather experts have dubbed one of the worst storms in recent history.
St. Hilaire, who taught grades five and six at Camel’s Hump Middle School in Richmond, also resigned his teaching position.
In 2021, Working Fields placed 265 people in jobs, according to marketing director Daryn Forgeron. The company has assembled roughly 70 employer partners across the state, including American Flatbread, Casella, Darn Tough, Killington Resort and the University of Vermont Health Network.
Green Mountain Power had 450 lineworkers, more than 150 tree workers and more than 200 other field operations crew working to restore services on Sunday evening.
Planning Commissioner Michael Mittag said he sees the vote as “a major obstacle” in the region’s efforts to step up on climate change.
Jack Martin, 49, died Sunday afternoon at Rutland Regional Medical Center, according to corrections officials. He is the ninth person this year to die in state custody.
Since Abubakar Sharrif’s death, staff from Mayor Miro Weinberger’s office, the Racial Equity, Inclusion & Belonging Office and the police department have been in touch with BIPOC and immigrant community members to discuss how best the city can support grieving and concerned residents, according to the mayor’s spokesperson.