To fund their renovation of the Taftsville Country Store, the Ulmans wanted the state to designate the hamlet — a part of Woodstock — a village center. The seemingly straightforward process has proven convoluted, hindering the family’s plans.
In Brussels, Leahy will discuss the Russian invasion and the possibility of Finland and Sweden joining NATO.
The library’s director resigned following the board’s decision to pause the event. Meanwhile, a local business has stepped up to host the story hours.
The town experienced three shootings in one month on Valley Street. Meanwhile, the police department is down to five of a desired 12 patrollers. At least two more officers, including the chief, will leave by year’s end.
The bobcat burst into the man’s house on Central Street in Windsor on Friday. Vermont game wardens euthanized the animal, which later tested positive for rabies.
Advocates and administrators say the situation has become dire, as schools turn to expensive traveling educator agencies and struggle to hire for summer programs.
Cillo will step away after almost two decades at the helm. He developed policy expertise as a lawmaker by leading Vermont education financing reform, and has worked to make government decisions more transparent and accessible.
The student, an anonymous 20-year-old man from Massachusetts, was barred from participating in Vermont National Guard and other military activities at Norwich after he tested positive for HIV.
Statewide, towns are discussing how to create better police departments. In Chester, officials are considering a citizen advisory committee and will hire former state police head James Baker to assess the town’s department.
After an investigation, the Agency of Education found that Springfield did not provide services that a student with disabilities needed. Parents say that’s a pattern.
William Pine, former Orange County deputy sheriff, was found guilty Thursday on two counts of aggravated assault for firing shots into a Jeep he tailed during a 2019 road rage incident in Williamstown.
During his eight years in the Department of Financial Regulation, Pieciak helped recoup millions for the state and began investigations into the EB-5 fraud at Jay Peak.
Theresa and Scott Cianciolo run Agape Ministries, a faith-based nonprofit that primarily supports children with disabilities and their families. They were prepared to bring over a family of eight when their plans suddenly changed.
A yearlong fight over a proposed on-farm restaurant at Peace Field Farm spiraled into a broader debate this week over if and how Woodstock should allow accessory on-farm restaurants.