The 2021 Discover Jazz Festival, canceled in 2020 due to the pandemic, continues through June 13.
Recorded at a live storytelling event, VTDigger’s Katie Jickling and Kevin O’Connor talk about how stories of abuse and injustice can be invisible to communities.
Benjy Renton, who just completed his undergraduate studies, has spent a year and a half earning accolades for his work tracking the pandemic. “It’s been quite nuts,” he said.
Progress has been slow, if it’s been visible at all, according to organizers of last year’s rallies for racial justice.
“It looks like we’re losing a lot of friends,” one recovery coach says of the rise in fatal opioid overdoses during the pandemic.
“There has never, ever been anything so difficult, or complicated, or important as the effort that we’re undertaking now,” said Chris Finley, the state’s immunization chief.
Fully vaccinated people no longer need to wear masks or adhere to social distancing guidelines, Gov. Phil Scott announced Friday.
The front line for difficult conversations about the Covid-19 vaccine is often the exam table at a local health clinic. Doctors say to lead with empathy — and information.
Local business leaders have blamed expanded unemployment insurance for their staffing woes, but interviews with Vermonters collecting benefits reveal a range of workforce issues.
Some experts are pushing back on the “lost year” narrative, arguing that the adaptations schools have made during Covid could provide a road map to a more inclusive education system.