Eighty-four-year-old Super Senior Peter Hawks is serious about having fun. Since the death of his son in 2011, he has channeled his grief into a life-affirming foundation that accentuates the positive.
Vermont state officials are in crisis management mode when it comes to housing juvenile delinquents. It comes two years after the closure of the Woodside detention facility and stalled plans to find a replacement.
Rescue, relief and recovery efforts are underway in Florida following catastrophic storm damage. Hundreds of volunteers are in the state now, including some from our region. Our Melissa Cooney reports.
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Police are investigating yet another gunfire incident in Burlington’s City Hall Park. Authorities say no one appeared to be injured, but they don’t know what prompted the shooting or who was responsible.
A year after a new basketball arena was to have opened at UVM, the project remains indefinitely on hold. It was sidelined by the pandemic and is now hampered by rising borrowing costs. But as our Katharine Huntley reports, other parts of that project have been completed.
The pandemic increased the need for mental health and addiction services, but there are fewer qualified people to provide that care. Now, a grant will help one Upper Valley behavioral health center add staff. Our Adam Sullivan reports.
Some historical battle re-enactors in New York are holding their musket fire because of worries over the state’s new gun rules — an unplanned side effect of a law designed to protect the public’s safety.