With lock-down measures and quarantines, people already at risk may not have the ability to escape dangerous situations.
At least 19 blood drives in Vermont in the past week were called off over coronavirus concerns.
Librarians are making arrangements to still make books and other materials available during the coronavirus pandemic.
‘We do this work for those who have no choice,’ said former state Rep. Kiah Morris. ‘Mutual aid is not a spectator sport.’
Averil Beliveau, 30, told police she had been in a fight with 45-year-old Cameron Faling and needed to defend herself.
While many colleges in Vermont offer courses or research opportunities related to hemp and marijuana, Castleton is the first to offer a full certificate.
Meanwhile, the senator has sent his staff to work from home and says the virus has ‘radically changed’ the campaign.
The decision comes as a relief to developer Melinda Moulton, who fought against a previous proposal to park trains at Union Station in a busy part of the downtown waterfront.
The Vermont senator called the pandemic an emergency that is causing a ‘global economic meltdown’ and said it could result in as many deaths as a war.
As students work on packing up or arranging last-minute travel, a community spreadsheet has tabs for people to offer or request help with housing, transportation, food and even emotional support.
The City Council voted 11-1 to implement an updated policing policy that prohibits city law enforcement from providing information on individuals to immigration authorities.
The three finalists to succeed Superintendent Yaw Obeng answered questions from a group of about 130 residents at a forum Thursday night.
The candidates are seeking to replace Yaw Obeng, who is stepping down in June.
Alburgh, First Branch Unified, Harwood Unified, Milton Town, Slate Valley, South Burlington, Springfield, Strafford and Windham school districts all rejected their budgets.