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March 26 in Vermont History 📅
On Ira Allen's suggestion, the Legislature votes to confiscate and sell Tory estates to fund militia, 1778 (first Vermont tax); wind turbine on Grandpa's Knob crashes, 1945; Gov. Moses Robinson (1789-90), on first Supreme Court, b. Hardwick, Mass, 1744
- Burlington’s North Beach to shelter homeless during pandemic via VTDigger
contact us at [email protected] Staff with Vermont Country Campers were to work through the night Wednesday to set up campers at North Beach campground in Burlington to provide isolated shelter for homeless people currently residing in the city’s low-barrier shelter. Kevin Pounds, executive director of the nonprofit that oversees the shelter ...
Wednesday, March 25, 2020 11:35 PM
- Burlington Health & Rehab moves short-term patients to hotel via VTDigger
You can also subscribe here for regular email updates on the coronavirus. If you have any questions, thoughts or updates on how Vermont is responding to COVID-19, contact us at [email protected] A Burlington nursing home hit hardest by the coronavirus is transferring at least 10 residents who have not tested positive to a hotel. Burlington ...
Tuesday, March 24, 2020 09:47 PM
- Burlington mayor pushes city to be more proactive against COVID-19 via WCAX3
BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) --Burlington Mayor Miro Weingerger says he wants people in the city ... Even those who support Governor Phil Scott's stay-at-home order, effective Wednesday, March 25th at 5 p.m. until April 15, think it came too late. "We think Vermont's a little behind on all of it," said Brianna Tesei, who is from Connecticut but ...
Thursday, March 26, 2020 09:30 AM
- Mayor outlines plan to move Burlington homeless to campground via WCAX3
BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger says the city is working to be more proactive in fighting the coronavirus. At a press conference on Wednesday, Weinberger said he does not plan to make any more executive orders, but he says the city will likely make additional efforts in the coming days to curb the spread of COVID-19.
Wednesday, March 25, 2020 09:57 PM
- Vermont Seeing 'Exponential Growth' of Coronavirus via Seven Days
Those figures bring the state's total to 123 cases and eight deaths, the latest of which occurred at the Burlington nursing home where five other patients have already died, Levine said. "We don't yet know what the days to come hold, but we can anticipate everything will get higher," the health commissioner said. Vermont officials have ...
Wednesday, March 25, 2020 06:17 PM
- Enterprising Vermonters Go Virtual With Online Classes, Tours and Cute Animals via Seven Days
The Vermont Center for Integrative Herbalism regularly offers student clinics, allowing individuals to receive affordable consultations from third-year clinical herbal interns. Normally held at VCIH in Montpelier and Railyard Apothecary in Burlington, the clinics are now done by phone and video chat. Consultations are available by appointment ...
Wednesday, March 25, 2020 02:06 PM
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I am seeing that UVM is being so selfish that they are ticketing nurses parked in the wrong lot even though no one is on campus but people who work at UVM. When the dust settles on this whole chapter, how will the they forced to answer how they treated employees? #btv
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27 fully functioning campers, which include heat, electricity and running water, will house homeless residents of ANEW Place. Vermont’s Emergency Operation Center is funding the move. #covid19vt #btv
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I have a friend who is doing this in #btv. If you have an old laptop that has been retired, he can rebuild it as a chrome book clone. We’ve distributed 3 so far to @BTVSchools students who need them. https://t.co/uBOCDgaubf
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This is what a real lock-down looks like folks. Are you ready? You need to be ready. #BTV #VT https://t.co/QPzb4ZsK5o
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Our library will be closing the doors and only essential staff will be let in to do scanning support for remote teaching. This is the right decision but I want to point out that the most “essential” library staff during this crisis are the ones who make the least money.
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The latest episode of my podcast, Business Books & Co., is out now. It covers Bob Iger's memoir, The Ride of a Lifetime, about his time as CEO of Disney. Check it out here. It's nice to listen to something not virus related!
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