Sutherland was known throughout Vermont and beyond as a multi-faceted singer, songwriter and musician who mastered the fiddle but also knew how to play the piano, banjo, the melodeon and guitar. He died this week in Montpelier after battling prostate cancer for over a decade.
The first forum is scheduled for Dec. 6 at 6 p.m. in Burlington.
There have been more mid-winter bear sightings, in part due to warming temperatures. Climate change is also affecting bird populations in Vermont, according to Doug Morin, Vermont Fish & Wildlife’s bird project leader.
A nonprofit that pairs Vermonters who have stable housing with those in search of affordable rent has up to four times as many “guests” as “hosts.”
Results of the recounts in the Rutland-2, Bennington-1 and Grand Isle-Chittenden districts are expected at the end of the month.
Residents question whether the rezoning plans would help deal with Burlington’s housing shortage.
Liam Ebner, a recent college graduate, rediscovered the purple crowberry plant while on a hike at a conference co-hosted by the Green Mountain Club.
John Grismore, who was fired from the Franklin County Sheriff's Office in August after kicking a man in custody, fended off two write-in bids in Tuesday's election, according to unofficial results.
Two write-in candidates challenged John Grismore, the former deputy fired from the Franklin County Sheriff's Office in August after kicking a man in custody.
Sims, a Democrat, is now set to be the sole representative for the redrawn Orleans-4 district, which includes Albany, Craftsbury, Greensboro and Glover.