Clayton Clark said he plans to leverage his experience working in state government to advocate for the transit agency’s needs in Montpelier, which many say includes more sustainable funding supported by the state.
After police responded to reports of a “melee” among spectators at the Alburgh Community Education Monday night, a 60-year-old man sought medical care and was pronounced dead at a hospital, according to police.
Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Baruth, D/P-Chittenden, said that as of Thursday, in most Senate meeting rooms, the capacity limits imposed in response to the Covid-19 pandemic have been increased by 50% or more.
State police are also investigating sheriff-elect John Grismore, who is slated to take office next month. Officials were mum on details about the investigation Thursday.
The student was attacked the night of Jan. 17 by a group of young people, a family member said, leaving the local neighborhood shaken.
Michael Stanley and Kate Gluckman, who started running the store in late 2021, said in a Facebook post they decided to step down because, among other factors, they haven’t been able to grow the business the way they wanted to in the store’s aging building.
The Franklin County town is the only Vermont community that has adopted, but then revoked, the statewide “declaration of inclusion,” an organizer for the project said.
As the Legislature’s first fully in-person session in years gets underway, lawmakers’ decisions to turn away reporters raise questions about how they are balancing public access to the Statehouse — long called “the people’s house” — with public health.
Shawn Gero, 29, had been incarcerated at the St. Albans prison since December 2022.
“All right, tell me why you’re vaping. Let’s hear it,” the senator told students at a town hall meeting Thursday.