Sean Manovill, owner of Club Fitness, has agreed to comply with the governor’s executive orders and pay $1,000 to the Vermont Foodbank.
The trooper had been suspended without pay, a move that had drawn both praise and condemnation last week.
Project VISION, formed when the opioid crisis surged in Rutland City, has made a big difference. Now, a new leader has taken the reins.
Paul Clifford had also come under fire in 2019 for posting a meme suggesting that white privilege is a fallacy.
Hospital representatives say the broad definition of ‘health care worker’ helps them vaccinate quickly with available supply.
‘He’s lost my trust, he’s lost the trust of the public. This is completely unacceptable,’ said Attorney General TJ Donovan.
A number of businesses in Dover, home of Mount Snow, have temporarily shut down after 18 residents tested positive.
I’m here with the specific intention of knowing southern Vermont, and telling the rest of the state what’s at stake for the people who live here — myself included.
The town attempted to assume local control of restrictions contained in the governor’s executive order in a 3-2 vote on Tuesday, and plans legal action against the state.
Statewide, Bennington County has seen the second-highest number of new Covid-19 cases in the last two weeks.
What was thought to be vandalism turns out to be marks left from snowboarders’ tricks.
Following global trends, a monolith appeared on the top of a small mountain in Pittsfield last week, then disappeared Wednesday afternoon.
Local residents flag concerns about travelers gathering to ski, while resorts walk the line between enforcement and breaking even.
A feasibility study offers a road map for the Otter Creek Communications Union District, which would serve a number of towns, including four with no access to fiber or cable.