The party leadership’s support of the former president and deafening silence over false claims of a “stolen election” display how the party has prioritized its own selfish interests over the reality of the former president’s rhetoric and actions.
The systems we’re in are deeply unjust, inequitable, and imperfect — but they are made, and we can make something different.
How long might it take for Republicans to realize that they were on trial in the Senate as much as Trump? That in acquitting Trump, they were convicting themselves?
Bennington now ranks second in total cases throughout the pandemic with 583 cases, edging Barre City, which has had 504 cases. Burlington remains the top community with 1,411 cases.
The House Committee on Appropriations is aiming to finish up work on a mini-coronavirus stimulus bill no later than Friday afternoon.
Contact: Joshua Brown, 802-656-3039, [email protected] UVM to host lecture and workshops on extreme climate—and the quest for communication impact on a warming planet After more than three decades writing about human-driven climate change and wider sustainability issues, former New York Times journalist Andrew Revkin has started building an initiative at Columbia University’s Earth Institute testing ways to make […]
For more information:Shaylea [email protected] Vermont Women in Higher Education (VWHE) is pleased to announce the 2019 annual award winners. This year we honor a leader for social justice in behavioral health and advocate for women in higher education; an emerging researcher and teacher in biology; and a long-time champion of students of color at the […]
Contacts: Sam Abel-Palmer, Legal Services Vermont, 802-383-2213 David Koeninger, Vermont Legal Aid, 802-383-2216 Burlington, Vt. — Legal Services Vermont and Vermont Legal Aid want to meet with you. The nonprofit law firms want to know more about the civil legal problems facing low-income and vulnerable Vermonters. They are holding seven meetings around the state to […]
News Release — Office of the Attorney General May 9, 2019 CONTACT: Laura Murphy Assistant Attorney General (802) 828-3171 MONTPELIER, VT – Vermont Attorney General T.J. Donovan joined a coalition of 15 states, Washington DC, and New York City to oppose the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) proposal to overturn energy efficiency requirements for multiple […]
News Release — Burlington Electric Jan. 24, 2019 Contact: Mike Kanarick 802.735.7962 Mary Peterson to Join Burlington Electric as Manager of Strategy and Innovation Burlington, VT – Burlington Electric Department General Manager Darren Springer today announced that Mary Peterson, a private practice attorney focusing on complex tax and regulatory issues and former Commissioner of the […]
The board argues it has a better chance of retaining control by joining a lawsuit after the Agency of Education issues merger orders.
News Release — Dartmouth-Hitchcock Sept. 7, 2018 Contact: Rick Adams (603) 653-1910 [email protected] Dartmouth-Hitchcock will Host Forum October 5 to Examine the Impact of the Opioid Crisis on Families and Children “Our Families, Our Children, Our Future” is the first in a series that will examine issues and solutions around the opioid crisis locally, regionally, […]
News Release — Winooski Natural Resources Conservation District March 9th, 2018 Contact: Holly Kreiner Winooski Natural Resources Conservation District (802) 288-8155 ext 104 [email protected] WILLISTON, VT – The Winooski Natural Resources Conservation District (WNRCD) and UVM Extension Crops, Soils and Pasture Team are excited to announce an upcoming opportunity for farmers to learn more about […]
News Release — Barnard School Board January 15, 2017 Contact: Carin Ewing Park, Barnard School Board and Chair, Barnard Academy Alternative Structure Committee [email protected], or 802-243-6989, or Pamela Fraser, Alternative Governance Structure Committee Member [email protected] or 802-778-0247. The Barnard School Board sent its Alternative Governance Structure (AGS) proposal to the state of Vermont on December […]