Hot headlines from VT media: teen pleads innocent to attempted murder. Provincetown visitors should get tested. State colleges will require student EUA Covid vaccination.
Water Cooler: Montpelier postpones homeless decision / Nuclear waste storage / renewable natural gas / free food $$ extended / GOP opposes vax passports / coke bust
Hot media headlines from around the state.
Water Cooler: Beaches, Baptist Church close / White paint leads cops to burglar / Record-high OD deaths / Safety escorts
Crime doesn’t pay. Especially when the cops find you by following the trail of white paint.
Water Cooler: Cost of rent outpaces wages / Admiral George Dewey & Olympia / Elder care labor shortage / Amtrak returns today / Fireworks damage neighbor’s home / Swimmer rescued from falls
Amtrak returns to Vermont today. Wage earners can’t afford the rent. Nursing homes need workers. A swimmer was rescued from beautiful, perilous Bingham Falls.
Watercooler: Enough is enough: revolving door for repeat offenders / mold in women’s prison / Warning issued after lawmaker’s electric car fire / Universal school meals urged
Police are getting fed up with the revolving door for repeat offenders. There’s a bad mold problem in the women’s prison. After the EV owned by a Vermont lawmaker caught on fire, warnings were issued about not over-charging.
Water Cooler: Stabbings at Burlington homeless camp / Former priest accused of child sex abuse / Passport desperation / School principal sentenced in sex case / Hallquist outlines broadband plans
Vermonters desperate for passports are converging on the federal building in St. Albans. A former priest is accused of child sex abuse and a school principal is sentenced for a sex offense. Gov. Scott’s one-time challenger outlines her plans for Vermont broadband. These headlines and more from Vermont media.
Water Cooler: porn guilty pleas/ Starbucks, housing in Berlin/ free courses at UVM / Delta variant in VT
Today’s hot media headlines from around the state.
Water Cooler: 10-car pileup / Burlington City councilor and former VPIRG staffer accused of sex assault / beaches close / Gypsy Moth to be renamed
Headlines from Vermont media: the Gypsy Moth will get a new, less ethnically-sensitive name. Cyanobacteria closing beaches. A Burlington city councilor has been accused on social media of sexually assaulting a fellow VPIRG worker.
A hacker discovered child porn and reported it. Big non-profit media in Vermont just got bigger. A NY homicide raises questions about bail reform on both sides of Lake Champlain.
7/8 Water Cooler: Ernie Farrar dead; Danziger and Vietnam; WCAX investigates Burlington ‘policing’ contract; State House tours begin
Longtime WVMT radio show host Ernie Farrar dead; cartoonist Danziger discusses his Vietnam experience; WCAX investigates Burlington ‘policing’ contract; State House tours begin