This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “A Chance” by Isabel Blankenbaker, 13, of Rutland.
A state employee was fired after it came to light that he had misbehaved as a juror in the Donald Fell murder trial. The VSEA takes up his case.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Beautiful Person” by Makayla Millette, a senior at the Big Picture School in South Burlington.
The State denies subsidized health insurance to a woman because her husband’s work offers a health plan. However, the husband is not enrolled in the plan because as a former foster child, he is covered under Medicaid until age 26. The wife appeals.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Parts of War” by Alexandra Contreras-Montesano, 16, of Burlington.
The warrant apparently turned up some evidence that led to the man’s being charged with a whole basket of meth-related charges.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Too Young For Something Like Diabetes” by Emily Smyth, age 16, of Craftsbury.
In this case, a mother had agreed to the termination of parental rights with the understanding that under a post-adoption contact agreement she would be able to see her daughter, who was being adopted by the child’s grandmother.
“We have avoided the reality of this [economic] crisis for far too long. I am committed to doing whatever it takes to put us on a new path to a more prosperous future.”
Residents were displaying the green as well as the pink at a D.C. reception hosted by Sen. Patrick Leahy and during the Women’s March.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “You-words” by Janet McIntosh Barkdoll, 16, of Shoreham.
A lower court grants summary judgement to a solar company in a suit brought by landowners over the installation of solar arrays near their homes. The landowners appeal, arguing the solar arrays took away from the local rural aesthetic, thus lowering their property values.
Dean says mainstream media gave Trump the nearly exclusive platform he needed to reach millions of voters because he consistently drove ratings higher.