COVID-19

Montpelier – In response to the increasing number of initial claims for unemployment insurance benefits and inquiries to its claims center, the Vermont Department of Labor will implement an alphabetized structure for the intake of weekly claims and inquiries. The structure will take effect on...
MONTPELIER – Governor Phil Scott today extended Vermont’s State of Emergency through May 15, which also extends the expiration date of all corresponding orders and directives issued in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The original State of Emergency, issued on March 13, was set to expire on...
Cassidy Gallivan, left, and Carly Gallivan, right, will lead online gymnastics classes for children ages 3 and up. 
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Cassidy Gallivan, left, and Carly Gallivan, right, will lead online gymnastics classes for children ages 3 and up. Photo courtesy Facebook.com
BRATTLEBORO- The Brattleboro Recreation & Parks Department has released a schedule of free Zoom gymnastics classes for children 3 years old and up. Join Cassidy and Carley Gallivan on Wednesdays and Fridays through Friday, May 1.
Cassidy and Carley will do stretching, balance moves,...
BURLINGTON, Vt., April 8 – U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders will hold a telephone town hall with Vermonters Thursday evening. He will be joined by Governor Phil Scott, Sen. Patrick Leahy, and Rep. Peter Welch. Together, they will give an update on the actions being taken at the federal and state level...
MaskerAID ready to launch Thursday DOVER-  MaskerAID launches at noon on Thursday, April 9, at the Dover Town Offices. Another public distribution site in Wilmington is expected to open next week. This grassroots effort, started by three area women, aims to enlist the...
Montpelier – To help the increasing number of people filing for unemployment insurance benefits, the Vermont Department of Labor has added claimant-focused sessions to its schedule of Virtual Town Hall events. The first event will take place on Wednesday, April 8, from 8:30am-9:15am. Participants...
MONTPELIER - It is strongly advised that the public postpone all outdoor burning through at least May 30, 2020. Open burning creates the risk of an escaped fire and puts pressure on emergency personnel. Given that Vermont is currently experiencing community-wide spread of COVID-19, there...
30 MARCH 2020 MONTPELIEIR– Governor Phil Scott today ordered additional restrictions on travelers arriving in Vermont and announced additional guidance for the lodging industry to enhance compliance with his Stay Home, Stay Safe order.  The measures under the Stay Home, Stay Safe order,...
Sunday, March 29 WATERBURY  — Slowing the spread of COVID-19 in Vermont is necessary to help ensure the health care system has the capacity to care for Vermonters who experience the worst impacts of this highly contagious disease. Gov. Phil Scott has ordered critical strategies to help achieve...
PUC expands Moratorium one disconnections to non-residential rate payers and certain water companies  MONTPELIER- Today the Vermont Public Utility Commission (“Commission”) expanded the moratorium on utility disconnections to include non-residential ratepayers and regulated...

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