Former U.S. Rep. Peter Smith is a Republican. But he’s endorsing Joe Biden for president.
So far, Vermont has been a national leader in controlling the spread of Covid-19. Now, it faces a major test — the arrival of tens of thousands of students, many from places with high Covid infection rates, moving into dormitories and off-campus apartments.
My relationship with Northern Vermont University and the Lyndon campus runs long and deep.
Board Chair Steven Mason recently announced that Cindy Swanson, of East Charleston, has joined the board of the Orleans County Restorative Justice Center.
Ken Liu moved with his family to Vermont from Hong Kong when he was 12. A decade later, he still remembers his favorite childhood breakfast of a hot dog bun and boxed chocolate milk bought from one of the Asian city’s countless little bakeries.
Around 1890, when renowned artist Thomas Waterman Wood (1823-1903) turned his eye to making a generous gift to his hometown, he already had a spectacular art collection to bequeath.
In response to pandemic uncertainties facing the Vermont high school class of 2021, the Community College of Vermont is giving students an extra month to enroll in its Early College program.
House lawmakers have crafted a state budget that includes roughly $24 million in ‘bridge funding’ for the struggling state college system.
The Vermont House on Thursday gave preliminary approval to a $7.15 billion budget bill that will fund state government for the last nine months of the fiscal year, and spends the remaining $223 million in federal funding the state received this spring to respond to Covid-19.
The Vermont House of Representatives is throwing a $56 million lifeline to struggling state colleges.