There will be a free community dinner, Thanksgiving Day, at the VFW in Middlebury, between noon- 3 p.m.
Ethan Allen Institute Report
The ranks of people opposed to the controversial school consolidation act (Act 46) are growing.
There are moments when, much like a classic Doc Edgerton stroboscope freeze-frame image, our lives are suspended in space-time’s eternal now; a moment when everything we know and love hangs in a balance of possible futures.
Vermont Watchdog Report
This year’s Smarter Balanced Assessment test, which showed about half of Vermont students are proficient in math and English, cost taxpayers $3.3 million and may be a threat to self-esteem.
Vergennes Union High School
Vermont Watchdog Report
Despite a recent upbeat national jobs report, Vermont’s state economist says the jobs market faces significant headwinds in the Green Mountain State.
High-tech jobs in Vermont
Community College of Vermont (CCV) is partnering with GE Aviation and Adecco Staffing USA, part of the world's largest recruitment and workforce solutions provider, to offer a Certified Production Technician (CPT) course in Rutland, which began last week.
There will be a free community dinner, Thanksgiving Day, at the VFW in Middlebury, between noon-3 p.m. The dinner is none other than Don’s Annual Thanksgiving Dinner, made possible with lots of help from the community.
For nearly a quarter of a century, Rutland South Rotary Club members have made the English language a priority. Every year members raise funds to purchase new dictionaries for Rutland-area elementary school students.
A new report places Vermont near the bottom of the list of 50 states when comes to tax competitiveness. The report is not good news for the state’s Democrats which have been battling outside perceptions of the Green Mountain State as being unfriendly to business.
Burlington Police Cpl. Ethan Thibault returned to work at the Burlington Police Department nearly three weeks ago after being placed on administrative leave. Thibault, who joined the department more than a decade ago, was arrested by the Vermont State Police in September, charged with domestic assault. The charges stem from reports that Thibault, a resident of Hinesburg, assaulted his then-girlfriend, Whitney Dubie.
On Nov. 16, Vermont State Police in New Haven received a telephone call from the Union County Sheriff’s Department in Ohio.
I’ve seen things that moved me each time, including couples on their first date last year at Castleton University, school aged students wanting to be a part of something bigger by volunteering their time, and every high school within a 30 mile radius volunteering together to make the event a huge success.
Funding is now available from the Innovations and Collaborations grants program at the Vermont Community Foundation.
The Ferrisburgh woman involved in a fatal bicycle accident this summer that killed a respected Charlotte physician received probation and must perform 80 hours of community service in the wake of a court hearing that were punctuated by emotion.
The late Republican Lt. Gov. and State Sen. Barbara Snelling, who supported her husband’s political career, and then in the wake of his death, secured a legacy in public service, was remembered during a public memorial in Montpelier.
On Nov. 16, Vermont State Police in Royalton were notified of an overdue deer hunter in Rochester, Vt. The hunter was identified as Charles Emerson of Essex, Vt. Emerson is 86 years old and was hunting alone along Bingo Road in Rochester.
U.S. and Vermont flags are lowered to half-staff, per presidential proclamation, as a mark of respect for the victims of the acts of senseless violence that took place on Nov. 13, in Paris, France. Flags will be returned to full staff at sunset on Nov. 19.
Organizers of the Gift-of-Life Marathon are appealing to local residents who have never donated blood to give it a try at the 2015 Gift-of-Life Marathon - 12 Days of Giving.
Hinesburg Fire, First Response and Police