The station’s transmissions will not be affected, says its CEO Holly Groschner, and the money will be used to “take us into the 21st century. …” The FCC will resell the spectrum to broadband providers.
It is “unmistakably clear that this opioid crisis has continued to deepen, taking lives at an unprecedented rate and ravaging the community,” the mayor said.
The physicians working with Maple Leaf Associates have found space to see their outpatient clients, and other inpatient providers plan to add beds.
Under the proposal, the property would be run as a sober-living home for at least 13 homeless people with high needs.
BURLINGTON — As contract negotiations get underway between the University of Vermont and the union representing faculty, the union says the school is spending too much on managers and executives and not enough on professors. The current three-year contract expires June 30. The University of Vermont chapter of United Academics/AFT cites a study by the […]
Close to 160 opioid-dependent patients receiving buprenorphine and counseling through Maple Leaf Associates outpatient services will now need to make other arrangements to continue their medication and therapy.
The decision surprised state officials. The Underhill center has nearly a third of the state’s inpatient drug treatment beds and had been working to rebound from a temporary closure.
BURLINGTON — A massive lakefront housing development on the former Burlington College campus received approval from the city’s Development Review Board this week. The project, dubbed Cambrian Rise by developer Eric Farrell, would include 733 condominiums and apartments in 10 buildings. The development includes roughly 40,000 square feet of commercial space and 1,100 parking spaces […]
After the school board voted last week to abandon the name, residents have taken to Facebook and petition drives in hopes of reversing the decision.
“They didn’t have enough staff for what we were billing for, that’s the bottom line,” said one former employee of the treatment center.
A consulting firm says the inclusionary zoning ordinance has met a key goal but that a number of factors prevent the city from keeping up with demand for housing.
BURLINGTON — The Burlington Electric Department and Vermont Gas are hoping a little friendly competition will induce city residents to be more energy efficient. A new website will allow customers to compare their energy use to people with similar housing and offer them a “wide-range of possible steps, services, and savings opportunities based upon each […]
BURLINGTON — The city school board says if Gov. Phil Scott’s education plan calling for level-funded budgets is adopted, it would require the district to cut $3.2 million from its recently approved budget. Scott, a Republican, faces long odds in persuading the Democrat-dominated Legislature to adopt his plan, which would have communities vote on school […]