Not all Vermont businesses qualify for Paycheck Protection Program money and some have been told to return the relief funds. Kevin McCallum of Seven Days told our Dom Amato why some businesses are being left in the lurch.
Why do some COVID-19 patients test positive weeks after the virus was first identified in their body? The answer is something health officials in Vermont, the U.S. and the world are trying to figure out right now. Our Cat Viglienzoni reports.
New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand says she thinks we need a plan to reopen the U.S.-Canada border safely and she is not surprised by the decision to keep it closed after how President Donald Trump has handled the pandemic.
A potential coronavirus outbreak in southern Vermont has hundreds of people wondering whether they have been infected. Our Olivia Lyons has been following the story. She was at two state-run pop-up testing sites Wednesday where people lined up for tests.
Two more state colleges announced their plans for fall learning on Wednesday-- Castleton University and Vermont Technical College. Our Cat Viglienzoni brings you up to speed on how the system is grappling with the challenges of COVID-19.
Vermont health officials say they are trying to work with an out-of-state summer camp that they say violated COVID-occupancy guidelines at a Rutand hotel. The orthodox Jewish camp says they have followed all the guidelines and will not be leaving.
A man sentenced to at least 17 years in prison for his role in a murder-for-hire plot in New Hampshire has asked a judge to suspend part of the term and give him an early chance at parole, saying he's rehabilitated himself in prison.
Relief funding will soon be on the way to Vermont farms and health care providers hit hard by the coronavirus. The Scott administration Tuesday detailed how millions in federal funds appropriated by the Legislature will make their way into the economy.