A decorated North Country veteran is scheduled to have life-changing surgery next month in New York City. After a local group of athletes heard her story, they wanted to find a way to help with the heavy lifting.
The union representing South Burlington firefighters recently took to social media claiming staffing is down 30% and that crews are working long shifts to compensate. But city officials are disputing those claims.
Vermont continues to get national attention for having the highest vaccination rate in the country, which is giving the Vermont hospitality industry a boost. However, that’s coming at a cost to visitors, with the price of lodgings going up in some areas.
Vermont’s handling of the pandemic may be bringing more college students to the Green Mountains. Faced with booming enrollments for the fall, some colleges are getting creative to make sure everyone has a place to stay.
In a memo dated Friday, Justice’s Office of Legal Counsel said the committee chairman “has invoked sufficient reasons for requesting the former President’s tax information” and that under federal law, “Treasury must furnish the information to the Committee.”
The notes of the Dec. 27 call, released Friday by the Democratic-led House Oversight Committee, underscore the lengths to which Trump went to overturn the results of the election and to elicit the support of law enforcement officials and other government leaders in that effort.
Human trafficking operations have taken place across Vermont, but the discreet nature of the crimes, authorities say, often make them particularly difficult to uncover. While massage parlors and spas are often the targets of such investigations, a new law regulating bodywork professionals does little to deter human trafficking.
More than 3.6 million Americans are at risk of eviction, some in a matter of days, as nearly $47 billion in federal housing aid to the states during the pandemic has been slow to make it into the hands of renters and landlords owed payments.
An expert says someone who wants to compete in table tennis, for example, spends about $20,000 a year and trains 8-12 years. A figure skater easily spends $35,000 to $50,000 a year, not even counting travel expenses.