A look at Facebook data, a Northeast Kingdom general store and “a geography to connectedness.”
OneCare’s CEO declined to share the organization’s key performance indicators with state regulators when asked at a hearing last week.
Town-by-town results for the measure, known as Proposal 5 or Article 22, revealed a broad base of support for the state constitutional amendment, even in conservative areas.
The Vermont Women’s Health Center, founded 50 years ago, was the first place in the state to provide legal, elective abortion. It survived a ballot referendum, a fire and an onslaught of out-of-state protesters.
In a recent interview, the new chair of the Green Mountain Care Board avoided staking out policy positions on the reform proposals that define the board’s work. “One of the important things about this job is you come in as a neutral arbiter,” he said.
The hospital’s chief financial officer, Tracey Paul, has stepped in as the hospital’s interim managing officer.
Kory George and Angela Auclair each face a new charge of conspiracy to commit murder in the 2019 killing of David Auclair. The minimum sentence for a conviction is 35 years in prison.
Rep. Katherine Sims, D-Craftsbury, and Rep. Vicki Strong, R-Albany, two seatmates in the Vermont House, are now competing to represent Albany, Craftsbury, Greensboro and Glover. Only one can win.
Eric Grenier pleaded guilty earlier this year to possessing firearms with a felony conviction. Four state cases are still pending against him for assault, leaving the scene of a crash, attempted burglary and making repeated threats against his neighbors.
Reps. Katherine Sims, D-Craftsbury, and Vicki Strong, R-Albany, are competing to represent Albany, Craftsbury, Greensboro and Glover, in the only race in the state where one incumbent is guaranteed to lose their seat.