AT&T strike may close retail stores this weekend

A strike may cause many AT&T cell phone retail stores across the nation, including one in Burlington, to temporarily close this weekend. AT&T workers walked off the job Friday to protest a contract they have been negotiating for the past four months demanding the company give more benefits, higher pay and a reduction of offshore […]







Lawyer: Injuries from wet cement bring settlement

A Bennington man recently won a $450,000 settlement for skin injuries he suffered from coming in contact with wet cement, according to his lawyer. The lawyer, David Silver, of Bennington-based BarrSternberg Moss Silver & Munson, wouldn’t identify the client or the company allegedly involved. He said the man wanted to educate the public about the […]






Lake Champlain International to hold vigil

BURLINGTON – Sewage overflows into Lake Champlain have prompted a vigil for clean water. According to a press release from Lake Champlain International, there have been 84 waste dumps into the lake since the beginning of the year. The waste includes human sewage, the release stated, which allows harmful bacteria and metals into the water […]