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State now recommending face mask usage in public

MONTPELIER — The state is now recommending that Vermonters wear face masks when out in public, in light of the fact that infected people can spread the new coronavirus before they show …

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Vermont's COVID-19 growth rate slows While Vermont's COVID-19 growth rate has slowed considerably, suggesting social distancing is having a positive impact, officials caution that the peak in cases is yet to come, and are urging …
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BRATTLEBORO — Folks around the region, finding they have some spare time on their hands, are chipping in to make face masks for essential workers. "Myself and another co-worker, we work at … more
BRATTLEBORO — The Brattleboro Retreat is limiting its in-patient clientele to Vermont residents only. This is to make sure that someone in Vermont requiring mental health care can be … more
MONTPELIER — Vermont is making temporary changes to its election laws amid the outbreak of the new coronavirus, Secretary of State Jim Condos said. more
HALIFAX — Select Board members are defending what is being dubbed a "shady" deal by some community members as it involves buying land from a board member. "As members of the Select Board, … more
ARLINGTON — The Arlington Select Board approved a proposal to modernize its municipal telecommunications system Monday night during a meeting conducted via teleconference. As a result of … more
BENNINGTON — Select Board Chairman Donald Campbell and Vice Chairwoman Jeannie Jenkins hosted an online community update session this week to highlight resources available to residents and … more
COLCHESTER — Nearly 50 members of the Vermont National Guard last week helped set up overflow medical facilities as number of COVID-19 patient in Vermont continued to increase. Among the … more
MONTPELIER — The state has eased the way for healthcare professionals who are licensed in other states to join or return the Vermont workforce to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, Secretary of State … more
MONTPELIER — The Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation has released guidance for people engaging in outdoor recreation activities during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Gov. … more
MONTPELIER — In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Vermont small business owners are eligible to apply for an Economic Injury Disaster Loan advance of up to $10,000, the Small Business … more

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