The selectboard’s decision to apply for the state’s Aquatic Nuisance Control Grant-In-Aid Program came after about an hour of discussion Tuesday on the cause of the “muck” and what could be done about it.
The court issued its ruling in an appeal brought by the ACLU of Vermont, on behalf of a Richford couple who were charged with possession of drugs following a warrantless search of their vehicle in 2018 by border patrol agents in Jay.
These deaths, from five separate crashes, account for about 12% of all fatalities on Vermont roads in 2021 so far, according to state police data.
The Department of Public Safety brought 23 law enforcement agencies, including Vermont State Police, onto the Valcour system on Sunday. But on Monday, it began to slow down, hindering dispatchers’ ability to use it.
At a hearing of the Legislature’s Joint Justice Oversight Committee on Tuesday, several Department of Corrections officials praised the low-security design and life skills training available at the Windham, Maine-based Southern Maine Women’s Reentry Center.
A group of local residents has proposed turning the Isle La Motte Elementary School’s kitchen into a food venture center, where small food producers could use the existing equipment to make value-added products.
The St. Albans hospital wants to build a 2,000-square-foot expansion at its main campus on Fairfield Street.
In the 20 years since the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, security along Vermont’s northern border has tightened, often bringing lifestyle changes for the people who live nearby.
The segment starts at the intersection with the Missisquoi Valley Rail Trail in Sheldon Junction and extends about 6.3 miles west to Gore Road in Highgate.
In the town of 1,300, the Bakersfield Village Deli was one of the only places to buy food of any kind. So when the doors shut at the end of May, it left a hole in the community that would be difficult — if not impossible — to fill.
South Hero’s Bayview Crossing will be the first new multi-family housing development on the Islands in more than 15 years.
U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., announced the planned improvements Wednesday at the Highgate Springs border crossing alongside Robin Carnahan, administrator of the U.S. General Services Administration.
The Vermonter carried 4,203 passengers in July after service resumed on the 19th, according to Amtrak data. The Ethan Allen Express had 2,570 riders.
Crews found “a significant amount of oil” extending several hundred feet along the lakeshore, said Georgia Fire Chief Keith Baker.