The city envisions the former coal-fired power plant, now called the Moran Frame, as the centerpiece of a new waterfront park. An independent group will seek further improvements.
In a letter Steven Tendo received Tuesday, a top U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement official wrote that Tendo can remain in the U.S. until at least Nov. 12, 2023.
A $25,000 downtown mural collaboration between local designers and newly resettled Afghan artists is set for public dedication this week.
Connections between lower-income and higher-income people can drive economic mobility, new research shows — but those connections are rare.
The group hopes to foster students’ “practical, regenerative land-based skills,” an agricultural and ecological knowledge base, and community organizing experience.
The account of young Daniel Baldwin’s run through the woods wasn’t published until 64 years after the fact, when Daniel Thompson wrote it for the Argus and Patriot newspaper of Montpelier.
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.
Several attendees wore faux poppies pinned to their clothes, part of a fundraiser for the Veterans of Foreign Wars.
Steven Tendo, a son of Ugandan royalty, said he was brutally tortured after drawing the ire of his country’s government. Now living in an apartment in Colchester, he could soon face deportation.
The 52-year-old war correspondent has covered conflicts in Chechnya, Syria and Georgia for the world’s most prominent news outlets. As Russia invaded Ukraine this year, he made the wrenching decision to leave his homeland — and ended up in Rutland County.