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.
The fast-food locations were found to have allowed minors to use deep-fat fryers and ovens, resulting in burns.
Farmer Buzz Ferver wants to be the person to bring persimmons to Vermont’s cold growing climate. But his ambitions are broader — he’s developing a collection of nutritious nuts and seeds that can thrive in the region. It’s part climate project, part history project.
Green Mountain Transit aims to improve its on-demand transit setup in Montpelier, but has learned it can only supplement, not replace, traditional bus routes.
Leaders of the largest hospital system in Vermont said they don’t have enough money to pursue long-awaited construction of a psychiatric unit at Central Vermont Medical Center.
The discussion comes as UVM Health Network projects significant losses for the Berlin hospital.
The state’s “welcome” and “information” centers are underfunded, officials said, but with reduced hours they don’t foresee a need to close any down.
Hospitals are spending more and more money to keep their doors open. Three large health care facilities in the state are looking to transfer some of that financial burden to patients.
The federal government is expected to cover more than half the cost.
A state law allowing cities and towns to adopt their own mask mandates has led to a patchwork of rules that often differ from one community to the next.
Police said they quickly determined the person in question did not have a firearm after they had received a report Wednesday afternoon of an armed person in a mental health crisis heading to the hospital.
The Vermont Housing Finance Agency has approved about $26 million in tax credits for new construction, which will help fund new homes for low-income families.
The developers proposed the project after a survey found "strong demand" for more senior housing.
News Release -- Dousevicz, Inc. April 9, 2019 Contacts: Brad Dousevicz 802.879.4477 email@example.com Ken Simon 201.768.1300 [Ext. 21] firstname.lastname@example.org 98-Unit Senior Housing Project Approved By Town of Berlin Development Review Board Dousevicz Inc and Heidenberg Properties Group Join Forces to Develop Independent, Assisted and Memory Care Housing Community Adjacent to the Berlin Mall BERLIN, VT—The […]