This week’s podcast: Resort communities worry that ski tourism is driving up local infection rates, but the Department of Health says the problem is “homegrown.”
While this week’s siege on the U.S. Capitol drew condemnation from Vermont leaders across the political spectrum, experts say reckoning with the consequences will be complex.
This week’s podcast: Now that the vaccine has arrived, it’s up to hospitals to get it into their communities.
“I think you’re just destroying the university,” said Ilyse Morgenstein Fuerst, a professor of religion, about the proposed cuts to 23 programs. “I don’t think there’ll be a university left.”
The City Council president defeated Councilor Brian Pine for the Progressive Party nomination, gaining 55% of the vote.
Dr. Turner Osler, a research epidemiologist at UVM, says the politicization of Covid-19 is frustrating in the face of clear science about prevention.
As many as 10% of Covid patients face long-term health impacts from the virus. UVM researchers are tracking 80 survivors over an 18-month period to help understand the disease.
An expert on extremists discusses where to draw the line when a group appears to pose a threat.
New research on flexible housing models suggests that the state could benefit from rethinking how to build homes. But creative solutions have their skeptics.
The pandemic is creating unusual circumstances for this year’s general election — but local officials on the frontlines say the proper safeguards are in place.