The Mountain Times covers Rutland’s willingness to accept Rutland refugees. WCAX reports on the conversion of a quaint motel to homeless housing. And NBC5 provides resources for veterans struggling with mental health challenges. All this and more in Vermont media coverage. Sick goats, too.
Water Cooler: will Rutland welcome Afghans? / Vets’ mental health resources / ‘homeless hotel’ conversion moves forward
Press, public, the county sheriff, and the county prosecutor all were excluded from a government meeting about the future of the Grand Isle Court House, Mike Donoghue of the Islander reports.
Transcript of Chronicle’s Q&A yesterday with Gov. Phil Scott, Health Commissioner Mark Levine.
If the three state troopers accused of making fake Covid vax cards feel ‘vaccination or else’ is a threat to their health and even their lives, they could argue self-defense, a former prosecutor and pharmacist says.
SunCommon, the solar company founded and still operated by VPIRG leaders James Moore and Duane Peterson, has been sold for a cool $40 million.
Call it fate, call it karma, but redistricting doesn’t always work out so well for the gerrymandering Party in Power.
A mask-free girl is being kept in guidance counselor’s room with no peers, teacher or window.
Gov. Phil Scott today announced all state employees must attest to vaccination, or take weekly testing. Will his mandate prompt more Covid card faking?
Federal enhancements to monthly ‘food stamp’ benefits will continue through October.
A two-day standoff ended peacefully last night with the arrest of a Vernon man at his home.