An Addison County resident has been diagnosed with a serious form of the disease.
The case was the latest in a series of violent incidents downtown this year.
Almost two-thirds of the funding for the Federal Qualified Health Centers is scheduled to run out at the end of September and no deal has been struck to continue the allocations.
Ed Read was appointed to the seat formerly held by Adam Greshin, who has taken a post in the administration. Like Greshin, Read is an independent.
The governor said he wasn’t sure of any “direct correlation” between his push for a statewide agreement on teacher health coverage and labor impasses in two major districts.
Officials involved with the projects from across the state said the tax incentives made millions more in private investment possible and that the projects may not have been done otherwise.
The governor said his inaugural gala netted almost $200,000 to support service-related groups. He called helping veterans “a cause close to my heart,” noting his father’s World War II disability.
Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., says he has no misgivings about Vermont’s EB-5 program. “I have no regrets in seeing a lot of jobs brought to the Northeast Kingdom,” he said.
But the governor said he prefers to pay for Vermont’s share of the federally mandated Lake Champlain cleanup from more money coming into state coffers “organically” through economic growth.
“This is a time to look at what President Kennedy did and bring together the leaders of the government and (find) a way out,” said Sen. Patrick Leahy.
Through a change of ownership in 2015 and job numbers dropping from more than 8,000 to about 2,800, the former IBM, now GlobalFoundries microchip plant hangs in there.
The head of the Lintilhac Foundation says her foundation’s $120,000 donation was based on the assumption that some of the college’s 33 acres of lakefront property would be sold.
Daniel Brunelle has been placed on paid administrative leave and turned in his gun and badge, the Selectboard chair said.
The judge in a lawsuit over alleged price-fixing told the companies to hand over their communications with trade groups, which “give the defendants an opportunity to collude.”