Vermont State Colleges trustees select new Chancellor; Fewer Vermonters opting for hospice care; Luis Guzmán to donate ‘Celebrity Wheel of Fortune’ winnings to Vermont nonprofit
The current candidates for mayor of the Queen City are already being challenged to come up with tangible solutions to the growing drug use crisis.
Tuesday afternoon Mark Candon of Rutland passed away in an automobile crash.
If the Vermont House approves a bill passed by the Senate this year, Vermont will be sixth state to enact a menthol and flavored cigarette ban.
Christmas tree lighting on Monday, December 4 at 5:00 p.m., and State House menorah lighting on Tuesday, December 12 at 5:00 p.m. Both events take place on the State House lawn, are open to public.
On Facebook, Vermont union leader David Van Deusen blames “rightwing extremists” for the attack on the three Palestinian men.
The closure came as a shock to many loyal patrons as the lease for the property was terminated earlier this week. Sources indicate that the decision to shut down the restaurant was made by corporate.
“May I just say how this is the most delightful news I have heard in a very long time,” said one of the 62 comments on the Facebook post telling the tale of the kitten’s rescue.
Moody’s Investors Service gave the federal government a negative outlook citing large deficits, high interest rates and waning political interest in addressing the nation’s deficit.
I-89 closed for over an hour after multi-vehicle crash; Welch Calls for Cease-Fire in Gaza; Vt. man convicted of child murder dies in prison; was he a serial killer?