This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “To your little house and home” by Caroline Watts, 15, of Fairly. Artwork from the Young Writers Project library is a carving by Lola Squire.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Lantern in the night” by Noah Carmona, 17, of Colchester. Artwork by by Amelia Van Driesche, 16, of Burlington.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is "A special diner” by Hailey Hem, 13, of St. George. YWP Media Library photo by Eli Hoopengardner.
The two will lead Vermont’s largest newsroom, which includes 24 reporters, photographers and editors. The moves are part of a leadership transition that began in May, when VTDigger founder Anne Galloway stepped back from her roles as executive director and editor-in-chief.
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State and city emergency personnel were at an “active scene” in the area of State Street Monday night.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is ‘The new girl” by Penelope Zygarowski, 15, of Burlington. Accompanying illustration is by Ally Leduc of South Burlington.
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An email from Trump's Save America PAC called Malloy a "Brave Veteran" and took aim at his opponent, Democratic U.S. Rep. Peter Welch.