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The founder of Beta Technologies will not be able to build airstrip at Lincoln home
Retailers and growers warn of cannabis shortage ahead of retail sales; Spurned bidder for Koffee Kup and Vermont Bread proposing new in-state commercial bakery; Head of Rutland’s Board of Aldermen running for city mayor
Pacific Group Resorts makes winning bid for Jay Peak
Pacific Group Resorts makes winning, $76 million bid for Jay Peak; Banking transfer is bumpy for some new M&T Bank customers; Scott makes 3 appointments to the Green Mountain Care Board; UVM Health Network names Sunil Eappen its next president and CEO.
Vermont is not on track to meet 2030 emissions requirements, report confirms
Energy Action Network report addresses climate shortcomings; 2 men arrested after fatal shooting in Burlington’s City Hall Park; State auditor finds police training council’s oversight is not up to snuff; Burlington rolls out bike registry in effort to combat theft.
Burlington Police Department investigates its own handling of bike path emergency call
Burlington Police Department investigates its own handling of bike path emergency call; Omicron booster available in Vermont; Cavendish man shot by police last month in Ludlow has died; Feds accuse Burlington long-term care facility of tolerating racial harassment.
Departures could shake up Progressive representation in the Statehouse
Preeminent Progressive lawmakers are retiring or changing party affiliation; No consensus on solutions to Vermont’s criminal mental health challenges; Percentage of Vermont homes bought by investors surged in 2021; Weather in coming weeks could make or break Vermont’s fall foliage.
FEMA program that covers Covid funeral expenses seeing little use in Vermont
ALSO: Mike Pieciak, the one-time commissioner of Vermont’s little-known Department of Financial Regulation, is running for state treasurer and generating significant buzz; Amid a longstanding shortage of nurses in schools and medical facilities, some Vermont schools are making plans for handling Covid-19 without a full-time nurse; A superior court judge ruled Winooski residents who are not U.S. citizens can continue to vote in local elections.
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