Water Cooler: NAACP educating on qualified immunity / City council acts on policing / keeping local journalism alive

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VT Digger Waterbury journalist struggles to keep local news alive 9/19/2022 6:36 PM
WCAX Who can call themselves Abenaki? Dispute between Vermont, Canadian tribes 9/19/2022 6:34 PM
NBC 5 VT NAACP holds learning sessions about qualified immunity 9/19/2022 7:03 PM
VT Digger In one Vermont school district, the practice of physically restraining students has drawn scrutiny 9/19/2022 7:07 PM
VT Digger Deputy sheriffs vote for union representation by the Vermont State Employees’ Association 9/19/2022 6:40 PM
WCAX What construction could look like in Burlington’s Railyard Enterprise Project 9/19/2022 7:03 PM
VT Digger Does Mike Pieciak support divestment? It’s ‘complicated.’ 9/19/2022 7:44 PM
WCAX Police arrested Derby Line man after fight leads to shots fired 9/19/2022 10:49 PM
WCAX Two men facing charges after crash sends family of 5 to hospital 9/19/2022 11:42 PM
NBC 5 Burlington City Council address policing, new roadway project, and select new head of airport 9/19/2022 11:58 PM
WCAX City councilors take action on police staffing shortage 9/19/2022 11:44 PM
Seven Days

Burlington City Council Green-Lights Four Cannabis Businesses

9/19/2022 11:23 PM
The Valley Reporter Gene Bifano runs for state representative as an Independent 9/20/2022 3:35 AM
WCAX The Big E fair in Springfield, Ma. brings in Vermont vendors but some aren’t making the trip 9/20/2022 8:16 AM
NBC 5 One person injured after house fire in Ferrisburgh 9/20/2022 8:25 AM

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