Montgomery runner Elle Purrier St. Pierre, Burlington rugby player Ilona Maher and a Vermont Academy graduate, rower Brooke Mooney, are representing the United States in Tokyo.
Norma Hardy’s appointment comes after law enforcement in the politically progressive town was ranked among “the worst” in the state for disproportionately stopping and searching people of color.
Daily trains to and from New York City and Washington, D.C., resumed Monday with sold-out railcars and trackside celebrations statewide.
The Burlington-born rock band’s Trey Anastasio and his Divided Sky Foundation have won municipal approval to convert an Okemo Mountain property into a 40-bed addiction treatment center.
Unusually heavy rain has stripped away the foundation of a stretch of train track in the southern Vermont town of Dummerston.
A court has approved an estimated $830,000 claim by 250 laid-off employees owed vacation and sick time after their Burlington and Brattleboro plants closed last spring.
Lucy Terry Prince, a resident of Guilford and Sunderland during the Revolutionary War era, will be recognized with resolutions this weekend and a historic marker this fall.
The nonprofit is known for its annual parade, which helped fund a $600,000 annual budget for year-round farm and food programs before the Covid-19 pandemic sparked a cash crunch.
A court has delayed a decision on a months-old claim by 250 laid-off employees who have yet to receive accrued vacation and sick time.
“You can never wait to be invited,” one activist told students at the Governor’s Institute on Global Issues and Youth Action.