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.
Williston’s emergency response staff shortage, much like that found in other parts of Vermont, is leading to cuts in services and longer wait times.
The previous contract between the bus company and its drivers officially expired June 30.
At least two workers have been fired from the Goodwill store in Williston following an employee walkout in June, and working conditions for remaining employees have not improved, according to interviews with three former and current employees.
Williston celebrated Independence Day with a parade on Saturday, after last year’s parade was called off because of the pandemic.
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Extra-dry weather might have influenced the explosion of destructive caterpillars this year.
Only 11 of 56 local law enforcement departments across Vermont responded to requests for information from UVM’s Center for Research.
Two local filmmakers will be premiering a short film about what it’s been like for Burlingtonians to live under the roar of the newly stationed F-35 fighter jets.
Covid has forced state and local road crews to develop contingency plans so the roads can be cleared this winter.
The same factors that have led to wealthier suburbs surrounding poorer cities nationally — school quality, condition of housing stock, municipal services and taxes — are also present in Vermont.
The Chittenden County town has seen population growth that far outpaced the rest of the state during Rick McGuire’s 22 years.
Some residents near the North Country Sportsmen’s Club said they were worried about the impact of additional Saturday events on other gatherings in the area.
Lawmakers hope to rein in the cost of the new barracks, estimated at $21 million.