Cindi Wight has 24 years of experience working with parks departments and has served as the director of Rutland’s department for the past four years.
Tuesday’s cuts represent close to 4 percent of Dealer.com’s roughly 1,000 employees. The company is among Burlington’s largest employers.
The lawyer for one defendant had argued there was insufficient evidence for the charge and that the woman might have been seeking drugs for herself, not to sell them.
News Release — U.S. Department of Justice United States Attorney District of Vermont August 16, 2017 Contact: Tim Atkinson United States Attorney’s Office, District of Vermont 802.951.6725 [email protected] The Office of the United States Attorney for the District of Vermont announced today that it has resolved its review of the Hinesburg Police Department’s compliance with […]
News Release — Mayor Miro Weinberger Aug. 21, 2017 Contact: Gene Richards, Director of Aviation 802.343.9909 Brian Lowe, Mayor’s Office 802.735.3983 Tracks similar to Moody’s Outlook Improvement in March 2017; Affirms Airport’s “BBB-” Credit Rating; Highlights Strength of New Airline Agreement, Manageable Cost per Enplanement, and Strengthening Fiscal Profile Burlington, VT – On Friday, August […]
A man said online that he was “jumped” by masked assailants for defending Ryan Roy, an acquaintance who attended the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
“We’ve started interviews,” said Selectboard and hiring committee member Aaron Kimball. “We’re narrowing down the candidates we want to recommend to the Selectboard, which we hope will happen in the next few weeks.”
Will Raap, founder and chairman of Gardeners Supply, and Alan Newman, who started Magic Hat Brewing Company are among those seeking a fifth medical marijuana license the state will issue next month.
While the largest number of overdoses occur in Chittenden County, the rate of overdose is actually higher in at least eight of Vermont’s 13 other counties.
Through a change of ownership in 2015 and job numbers dropping from more than 8,000 to about 2,800, the former IBM, now GlobalFoundries microchip plant hangs in there.
The agreement rescinds Chief James W. Warden’s brief unexplained suspension last month and says he’s retiring for health reasons.
The university plans to close a deal by October that would bring it revenue and enable the construction of housing. Conservation advocates have expressed dismay.
An item on the Selectboard agenda for Tuesday calls for an executive session to discuss a “possible separation agreement” with a town employee.
“We had a list of questions going into the meeting with (state police). Some of them got answered, but we still have questions,” said Kim Davis, mother of the late Pamela Price.