Two months after a social media firestorm over a call to “stop trying to make here like there,” Stratton residents at a rescheduled town meeting dropped the subject without further discussion.
The Vermont creative economy’s 8% growth rate over the past decade is smaller than the nation’s 14%. Worse, the state lost 8,090 jobs and $216 million in related sales in that sector in the first four months of the pandemic.
“As I get older, I feel freer to express myself and not worry about public opinion,” Vermont’s first and only female governor says of a debut anthology one reviewer sums up as “startling.”
Representatives have joined the Senate in supporting the repeal of Vermont’s statute of limitations for civil lawsuits related to childhood physical abuse.
According to the state Department of Labor, 156 workers at its Burlington location and 91 workers at a Brattleboro subsidiary, the Vermont Bread Company, lost their jobs.
The Brattleboro Museum & Art Center show “Children of the Sun” is drawing national attention from publications ranging from The New York Times to Vogue.
“Not only is it the morally right thing to do, but it is also the economically right thing to do,” the Vermont Interfaith Action coalition of nearly 70 spiritual congregations wrote in a new report.
After a 10-hour deliberation, the jury found former Minneapolis cop Derek Chauvin guilty on two counts of murder and one count of manslaughter for the death of George Floyd.
The southeastern Vermont branch of the nation’s largest civil rights organization hopes to boost membership with a public online program this week.
The team behind Brattleboro’s $23 million Brooks House restoration and Bennington’s $30.7 million Putnam Block revitalization is juggling a Covid budget crunch and post-pandemic “pipeline of work larger than anything we’ve ever seen.”