The State of Vermont took a server offline as a result of being among 18,000 computer users affected by a nationwide cyberattack, Chief Information Officer John Quinn said this morning.
Several people were injured in a series of crashes Sunday night, Dec. 13 on Interstate 91 in the town of Dummerston involving a wrong-way driver who sideswiped a police cruiser and then struck a van.
The Burlington City Council voted 10-2 Monday evening for a charter change resolution that may result in a ban of oil and gas heat. Voters in Burlington will decide on March 2, 2021 whether to approve the charter change. If they do, the Legislature will be asked to sign off on the proposal.
Ratted out on police line, Stamford gathers publicly to light Christmas tree. Randolph woman arrested for stabbing, killing man. VT electors cast three votes for Biden, Harris.
The Vermont State Police has arrested Victoria Griffin, 29, of Randolph on suspicion of second-degree murder related to a stabbing that occurred Saturday, Dec. 12.
Vermont has three electors. The results of today’s vote were three votes cast for Joseph Biden for President, and three votes cast for Kamala Harris for Vice President.
“Laura, you took an oath to uphold the Constitution, I would imagine, and you guys are running over it along with the governor.” – Stamford selectman Dan Potvin
At noon Friday, December 18, the final day of Chanukah, supporters of the U.S. Constitution will gather at the Vermont State House lawn for the first in a series of rallies to support the Constitution and Bill of Rights, starting with the First Amendment.
Employers can mandate vaccination but not until final FDA approval / Burlington’s Carbon Reduction War on the Poor / Former NEA negotiator urges voters reject 9% statewide tax increase / Relax, Vermont’s moon rocks are safe / Prop 5 could prioritize abortion, etc. over other procedures / Original fish hatchery rebuilt
Once the Federal Drug Administration has given final approval to a Covid-19 vaccine, an employer may mandate vaccination for employees, Health Commissioner Mark Levine said at Friday’s press conference.