After a long debate over whether to raise the Black Lives Matter flag in City Hall Park, voters approved a charter change that will prohibit non-official flags from flying on city property.
The governor suggested Feb. 23 that vaccines stop the virus from spreading from person to person. It’s more complicated than that.
After a monthslong debate over which flag to fly in City Hall Park, voters will decide whether to prohibit flying special flags entirely. Controversies have dogged two city council races, too.
The bill, S.53, would lift the sales tax from products such as tampons, panty liners, menstrual cups and similar products “designed for feminine hygiene in connection with the human menstrual cycle.”
People’s United accounts for more deposits than any other bank in the state. The merged bank will have more than 1,000 locations in 12 states.
As the vaccine is distributed in Vermont and around the country, the change in travel restrictions offers a glimmer of hope to travelers and to hospitality businesses that have struggled under strict pandemic rules.
The state is working to finalize validation of 180,000 new tax forms, after documents with incorrect personal information were recalled.
Policing looks different on the three campuses examined by VTDigger: UVM has a full-fledged force, staffed by more than 30 armed officers, while Middlebury and Bennington don’t employ officers formally trained in professional policing.
In announcing earlier the degree might be revoked, President Laurie Patton cited “our responsibility for safeguarding and improving our fragile democracy, especially those of us privileged to be in higher education.”
The role played by President Trump’s personal lawyer in ‘fomenting’ last week’s riot in the U.S. Capitol has moved the college to consider rescinding the degree Giuilani was awarded in 2005.
How should international education work during a pandemic that largely prevents travel? In some ways, the question was a welcome one, SIT president Sophie Howlett said, ‘because we’re not going to be able to solve any of these problems by sitting in America and thinking within our borders.’
Some have tapped into new markets, upping the quantity of beer they send out-of-state. Others have found new ways to deliver beer to Vermonters themselves.
Anne Miller of Essex is executive director of Project N95, a “PPE clearinghouse” that connects people who need personal protective equipment to companies that make it.
One problem: State guidelines ban traditional weeklong mid-semester spring breaks for colleges.