Case workers, family support workers and youth workers help manage patients’ care in the field of human services. There’s an acute shortage of them in Vermont, especially in mental health agencies and in community health centers.
Residents complain that a mail carrier was not replaced while on vacation and of not getting any mail last week. Montpelier had similar problems earlier this summer.
The agreement rejected by Judge Cortland Corsones called for a 30-month jail term for Bernard Rougeau, a sentence opposed by the trooper he allegedly pointed a loaded firearm at before the trooper shot him.
At a closed landfill in South Hero, a monitoring well reported nearly 3,600 parts per trillion of PFAS last year — 180 times the state’s safe standard for drinking water.
A slate of Bennington residents have been urging town officials to quickly establish an oversight committee following repeated incidents of behavior widely considered discriminatory by Bennington police.
Panelists called on Gov. Phil Scott to develop a plan and provide greater resources for homeless Vermonters.
The state’s top prosecutor had been seeking an around-the-clock curfew for Max Misch, who was charged more than two years ago with illegal possession of high-capacity ammunition magazines, and continues to get arrested on new offenses.
The state’s top prosecutor has filed a motion seeking to impose a 24-hour, seven-day-a-week curfew following Misch’s latest arrest on domestic violence charges.
Max Misch, who has repeatedly been accused of violating his release conditions stemming from prior arrests, was again released on conditions Tuesday at his arraignment on felony domestic assault charges.
I believed that Vermont would continue to pursue solutions to this problem long after the bleak months of 2020, proving that we don’t only solve problems when the world is watching. But right now I’m worried that I was wrong.
Two-thirds of respondents “stopped trying to access the supports and services they needed because they got discouraged or tired of trying. This suggests many unmet needs and a system that is unresponsive and complicated to navigate, especially on one’s own.”
White nationalist Max Misch of Bennington was arrested Friday for allegedly contacting a witness, in violation of the conditions of his release — and he was released again on the same conditions.
The two organizations say the town isn’t moving fast enough to establish police accountability in Bennington.
The preliminary report concludes that the Police Department ‘violated Vermont’s Fair Housing and Public Accommodations Act’ when officers discriminated against Morris on the basis of her race.