Gov. Phil Scott today announced a six-week holiday campaign to raise funds for Vermonters and businesses impacted by summer flooding through sales of Vermont Strong license plates and socks.
Malik is known for partnering with community members and local institutions to connect her curriculum to the real world. Her teaching helps students to engage with the local Indigenous population. She has also worked to revitalize the school’s community garden.
Age Strong VT focuses our attention on a wide range of things that we – the government and the independent sector – can do to enrich the lives of our growing percentage of seniors.
Should dogs used for coyote hunting always be within eyesight/shouting distance? Is trapping as constitutionally-protected as hunting? These questions and others divide the more pro-hunting Fish & Wildlife Dept. and the more hunting-restrictive Legislature.
Peoples Academy parent concerned following stabbing; Queen Bee’s destroyed after Sunday morning fire; VSP looking for suspect in elementary school burglary
The “Make Big Oil Pay” hypocrisy.
Initial reports indicated the man may have been shot in an arm and in a leg on Ethan Allen Avenue and sustained life-threatening injuries. His name was not released.
The situation around Struthers, his weed and his ducks has evolved into yelling matches, lawsuits, letters to legislators and an Essex Junction neighborhood on edge.
There was a time when we couldn’t have pictured things being worse than heroin. Then we couldn’t picture things being worse than fentanyl. Now we can’t picture things being worse than xylazine. It keeps escalating.
Let’s realize this for what it truly is: hogwash.