The risk to residents remains “very low,” according to the Vermont Department of Health.
A public hearing will be held on Oct. 4 to discuss potential zoning changes at Taft Corners.
All active registered voters will automatically receive a ballot by mail for this year’s general election. Roughly 440,000 ballots are being sent.
After years of student activism, many students continue to be frustrated with the college’s administration for allowing what they deem to be a crisis pregnancy center on campus.
The print edition of the Waterbury Roundabout, also known as the Waterbury Reader, will end on Friday, raising questions about the Roundabout’s future.
The city’s public works department will be looking to the public and city council to discuss additional funding after a 2018 bond proves not enough.
People who have trouble accessing nutritious, affordable food in Franklin, Grand Isle, Chittenden and Addison counties will be able to choose the food they want and have it delivered to their home or available for pickup.
An investigation by the Vermont Attorney General’s Office led to felony and misdemeanor charges including abuse and neglect of vulnerable adults, according to court records.
The pod site is expected to reduce the unsheltered population in Burlington by about half.
Challenges familiar and unique have beset the region’s plant-based food providers.