Martha Hennessy of Weathersfield has been sentenced to 10 months for protesting a Georgia naval base’s stockpile of weapons.
“We’re doing the best we can,” one Vermont organizer says, “to make things work in other ways.”
‘We can improve our police department,’ one resident said at a hearing, ‘but ultimately it is a systemic problem.’
Half the number are rapid antigen results — less reliable than PCR tests — and still await official confirmation, the state says.
The town selectboard is facing pushback from local landlords on a proposal to ban the preemptive collection of a tenant’s final month’s rent.
“The president is trying to cheat his way to another term right now,” said one organizer, “and we cannot, we must not, we will not stand for it.”
The coronavirus pandemic has canceled some exit polls, but two decades of past interviews reveal what Vermont voters may continue to be thinking.
“Because of the national news, there are more concerned calls” about whether the election count will be safe and sound, one local official notes.
“The pandemic can’t be solved alone, and the economic problems can’t be solved alone,” says the former U.S. ambassador and United Nations envoy from Windham County.
The Brattleboro nonprofit is known for its annual parade, which funds a central downtown headquarters and nearly $700,000 budget for year-round farm and food programs.