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Area ski resorts are looking for a boost this MLK weekend, the second leg of the so-called triple crown of revenue-making weekends, but a warmer than usual winter and pandemic restrictions are shredding into the bottom line of some mountains.
New York says it’s close to reaching a vital early goal of its coronavirus vaccine campaign: getting a first dose to every nursing home resident. But the effort to protect them has unfolded more slowly than some administrators and residents’ relatives hoped.
Governor Phil Scott Friday said Vermont’s Republican Party is due for some soul searching after a mob of President Trump’s supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol last week resulting in the deaths of five people.
Darren Perron spoke with Gary Margolis, a security consultant and former UVM police chief, about what happened at the U.S. Capitol last week and how law enforcement is likely preparing for what’s to come.
Restaurants in some COVID-19 hot spots in New York state can once again offer limited indoor dining in the wake of the latest lawsuit against Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s virus restrictions, while a ban remains in place in New York City.
Congresswoman Elise Stefanik, R-New York, says over $45 million in funding is headed to public and nonprofit colleges and universities in the North Country as part of the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act.