On this week’s podcast, hear scenes from reporter Katie Jickling’s stay at one of the 75 motels where the state is housing homeless Vermonters.
In a two-part audio special, Vermonters talk about responding to — and surviving — the first year of the Covid-19 crisis.
The push to fully reopen classrooms this spring has renewed the debate over how much in-person education is safe — and how much more the state should ask of educators.
Vermont’s racial equity director says “out-of-state ‘xenophobia,'” deepened by the pandemic, remains a key barrier to achieving equity.
This week’s podcast: Can the developers of the long-delayed downtown Burlington project restore trust with the city?
An infusion of federal dollars is providing the state a “rare opportunity,” Gov. Phil Scott said in his budget speech. But legislative leaders are hoping to stay flexible.
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.”