Vermont primary 2020: Voters head to the polls during the pandemic

Vermonters voted in the 2020 primary on Aug. 11, 2020. They had the option of mail-in ballots, but here’s what the stations looked like.         Top Featured Tags: – Vermont NewsPress Release Distribution Service

COVID-19 in Vermont: 11 new cases today, and the latest on reopening

Here’s what you need to know today about COVID-19 in your community and throughout Vermont.         Top Featured Tags: – Vermont NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Gov. Scott weighs funding extra $400 unemployment benefits

An executive order signed by Trump would provide benefits to laid off workers, as long as state governments pays a quarter of the weekly payments.         Top Featured Tags: – Vermont NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Burlington City Council creates reparations task force; fails to override veto

Mark Hughes, director of the Vermont Racial Justice Alliance, speaks at a press conference in Burlington in July. Photo by Aidan Quigley/VTDigger Mark Hughes, the director of the Vermont Racial Justice Alliance, praised the council for taking the first step in passing the Racial Justice Resolution June 30, which acknowledges racism is a citywide public…

UVM balks at mayor’s suggested reopening changes

UVM President Suresh Garimella. File photo by Glenn Russell/VTDigger “Our COVID-19 testing protocol is more aggressive than any college in the state of Vermont, and one of the most aggressive in the entire nation,” Garimella wrote. Garimella said the school’s testing protocols “have already proven successful.” Of the 1,157 tests the school has conducted on…

Rebound of ospreys in Vermont continues after decades of decline

Rescued from the endangered list in Vermont, fish-eating ospreys now proliferate along local lakes and ponds.         Top Featured Tags: – Vermont NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Burlington American Reds seize city’s Little League championship

The Burlington American Reds captured the city’s Little League championship with a 6-3 win on Saturday.         Top Featured Tags: – Vermont NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Gov. Phil Scott: There will be high school fall sports in Vermont in 2020

Vermont Gov. Phil Scott says fall sports can happen but warns that some activities will “look much different” this year.         Top Featured Tags: – Vermont NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Nancy Welch: A debate challenge to UVM admin

Editor’s note: This commentary is by Nancy Welch, of South Burlington, who is a professor of English at the University of Vermont and author of “A Semester to Die For.”  Recently the University of Vermont’s Lawrence Debate Union invited the administration to formally debate the question “Are UVM’s Proposed Cuts and Campus Reopening Plans Necessary…

Don Keelan: Too many entities have authority without accountability

Editor’s note: This commentary is by Don Keelan, a retired certified public accountant and resident of Arlington. Once again, the Vermont Legislature is about to create another autonomous council: the Vermont Climate Council. The difference here is that the VCC will touch everyone’s lives and have unprecedented power and independence. Over the last few decades,…

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