Burlington has long held the distinction of being Vermont’s most populous community. It has been the largest in every census since 1830. That is, except for 1880, when Rutland held the top spot.
A bill signed by Gov. Scott is designed to provide landlords with much-needed financial relief.
By nominating a joint Democratic/Republican mayoral candidate, the city’s traditional political and business elite thought it had the race locked up. It was wrong.
The hefty price tag for 8 miles of track raised questions from advocates for passenger rail between the two cities.
Stuart Rollins’ attorney argued against detaining him on the grounds that he has serious mental health needs.
Stuart Rollins allegedly exposed himself, yelling obscenities and told a Hispanic family to ‘go back to your country.’
News Release — American Red Cross March 14, 2019 Contact: Wendy Lapham 603-540-0788 [email protected] redcross.org/nhvt Call for Volunteers: Help Red Cross Install Smoke Alarms During Sound the Alarm Event in Barre, VT Barre, VT – Thursday, March 14, 2019— The American Red Cross is seeking people to volunteer their time and help save lives at […]
Lawmakers will consider an alternate proposal to give some districts extra time on Thursday.
News Release — Spaulding High School Jan. 21, 2019 Contact: Brenda Waterhouse 476-4811 Awarded Scholarship; Will Represent VT in Nation’s Capital BARRE – Spaulding senior Lia Rubel will be one of two students representing Vermont at the US Senate Youth Program (USSYP) March 2-9 in Washington D.C. She will also receive a $10,000 college scholarship […]
News Release — Teddy Waszazak Jan. 22, 2019 Contact: Teddy Waszazak 781-219-8770 [email protected] Teddy Waszazak, an activist, community advocate, and Barre resident announced Tuesday his candidacy for Barre City Council. His campaign announcement can be found below: My name is Teddy Waszazak, and I am running for Barre City Councillor of Ward 2. As a […]
Jamie Heath, who survived strokes at ages 7 and 12, is sharing her story nationally in the new book “Wishes Are Medicine: How Make-A-Wish Gave Me Hope and Helped Me Heal.”
Thursday’s meeting comes during the final stretch inal merger decisions from the State Board of Education are due by the end of the month.
The votes in Barre City and Barre Town and the Orleans Central Supervisory Union were the last possibility for voluntary mergers under Act 46.
The centuries-old gravestones in Vermont cemeteries may offer only glimpses of the personal histories of the dead. But those markers still hold lessons for the people who visit and research them today.