Vermont Gov. Phil Scott declared a state of emergency Friday to help the state cope with the growing outbreak of COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus.
Leaders of the Vermont Legislature decided Friday to suspend the current session through at least March 24 due to concerns about the spread of the new coronavirus that is sweeping the country.
Vermont health officials Tuesday said the number of coronavirus deaths statewide is up to 7. The Vermont Department of Health says there are a total of 95 people who have tested positive for the new coronavirus COVID-19 in Vermont. A total of 1,535 tests have been conducted, 339 people are being monitored and 316 have […]
Community College of Vermont (CCV) has announced its partnership with Green Up Vermont during 2020, when both organizations are celebrating 50 years of service to Vermonters and Vermont communities.
Vermonter Thomas Waterman Wood believed that art is important to society. In 1895, the nationally recognized Montpelier artist donated 42 paintings and etchings to found a museum in the city. He wanted Vermonters to have access to art.
2016 CCV Rutland graduate Julie Pliscofsky, of Granville, poses with a mural of the Periodic Table of the Elements on March 11 along with her daughter, Evelyn, 3, who helped her with the artwork that afternoon at Rutland CCV campus. Pliscofsky wanted to give back to the school and decided to do it with her […]
In light of concerns around the spread of coronavirus, Middlebury College is extending its spring break and asking students to attend classes remotely when they resume later this month. The campus in Middlebury will be closed, effective immediately, to all members of the public. Sporting events and art events at the college have been canceled.
A group of high school students, staff and family members from Lamoille County are safely home and being monitored by the Vermont Department of Health, almost two weeks after returning abruptly from a school trip to Italy.
Vermonters are continuing to prepare for the potential spread of the coronavirus-caused disease COVID-19, cancelling events and instituting social distancing policies aimed at mitigating the spread of the disease.
More Vermont colleges and universities have announced schedule disruptions to campus-based classes as a precautionary measure over COVID-19. While there are no reported cases thus far on any Vermont campuses, Sterling College, St. Michael’s College and Vermont Law School, plus all schools in the Vermont State College system, have joined the list of schools extending […]