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Vermont’s Act 46 is designed to improve educational opportunities and promote equity across the state by creating larger school districts. While the 2015 law has worked for some districts, others have resisted the mergers.
With the holidays around the corner and colder weather approaching, state officials are warning Vermonters not to get complacent when it comes to the coronavirus. Our Ike Bendavid hit Church Street to gauge the level of what has come to be known as “COVID fatigue.”
Gov. Andrew Cuomo is easing restrictions slightly in some coronavirus hot spots in New York City, but adding them in areas along the Pennsylvania border as the state recorded more than 2,000 new infections in a single day for the first time since mid-May.
This week is “Black in Cardio” Week. It celebrates Black leaders in cardiovascular research and incorporates a social media challenge for participants to raise awareness about cardiovascular diseases in the Black community.
Crime victims will not have their testimony broadcast online without their consent under new court rules in New Hampshire aimed at balancing public health and public access to jury trials during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Sara Holbrook Community Center has been providing full-day child support during the pandemic, but now that the Burlington School District is transitioning to four days of in-person learning, the center will restart their after-school programs next week.
Vermont’s ever-shrinking travel map got a little bit smaller Tuesday as state officials further limited the number of people allowed to travel to the state without quarantining. State officials also offered a warning for what that means for the holidays.