- Vendredi, les responsables de la santé du Vermont ont signalé un total de 1 915 cas de coronavirus dans l'État et 58 décès. Au total, 176 605 tests ont été effectués, 670 voyageurs sont suivis, 9 531 ont terminé le suivi et 1 687 se sont rétablis.

Derniers numéros de coronavirus

  • Vendredi, les responsables de la santé du New Hampshire ont signalé un total de 9 514 cas de coronavirus dans l'État et 465 décès
  • Vendredi, le comté de Clinton, à New York, comptait 188 cas confirmés et quatre décès
  • Vendredi, le comté d'Essex, à New York, comptait 231 cas confirmés et 15 décès
  • Vendredi, le comté de Franklin, New York, comptait 66 cas confirmés
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    Réclamations chômage au Vermont

    Informations sur le Vermont pour les petites entreprises

    Service d'assistance téléphonique pour les petites entreprises de l'Agence du commerce et du développement communautaire: 802-461-5143

    Réclamations chômage dans le New Hampshire

    Administration des petites entreprises

    Réclamations chômage à New York

    ÉCHÉANCIER RÉGIONAL COVID-19 (À PARTIR DU 5/8)

    2 mars - Confirmation du premier cas de NH Upper Valley

    7 mars - Premier cas du Vermont confirmé dans le comté de Bennington

    11 mars - VT active le centre des opérations d'urgence, premier cas du comté de Chittenden confirmé

    13 mars - l'état d'urgence est déclaré, a commencé à restreindre la taille des rassemblements, à restreindre les visiteurs aux établissements de soins de longue durée

    15 mars - écoles fermées

    16 mars - réduction de la taille des rassemblements, bars et restaurants fermés

    17 mars - Fermeture des garderies

    18 mars - DMV en personne restreint, premier cas de maison de soins infirmiers

    19 mars - Premiers décès de TV par coronavirus

    20 mars - Chirurgies électives suspendues

    22 mars - fermeture du commerce en contact étroit, rassemblements limités à 10 personnes ou moins

    23 mars - commande de télétravail

    24 mars - ordre de rester à la maison, rester en sécurité, fermeture dirigée des opérations en personne pour les affaires non essentielles le lendemain (25 mars)

    26 mars - les écoles sont fermées pour le reste de l'année scolaire. NH ordonne aux résidents de rester à la maison et de fermer les affaires non essentielles

    30 mars - tous ceux qui viennent de l'extérieur de l'État doivent être mis en quarantaine à la maison pendant deux semaines

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  • 10 avril - séjour prolongé à la maison jusqu'au 15 mai

    17 avril - redémarrage progressif annoncé avec cinq domaines d'intervention

    20 avril - Réouverture du premier business (travail en extérieur, petits groupes de 2 ou moins)

    24 avril - élargit les équipes de travail à 5 ​​ou moins, ajoute la réouverture de la fabrication, les ventes de serres autorisées avec une limite de 10 personnes, les masques de mandats et la formation à la sécurité pour biz

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  • 4 mai - Équipes de 10 ou moins dans la fabrication / construction / distribution, les procédures non urgentes en ambulatoire peuvent reprendre

    6 mai - les rassemblements sociaux limités (10 ou moins, de préférence à l'extérieur) peuvent reprendre, "ménages de confiance" - à haut risque et les personnes âgées doivent rester à la maison encore

    7 mai - certains loisirs de plein air peuvent reprendre (golf, randonnées guidées, skateparks, etc.)

    8 mai - L'agence Ed annonce que les grands diplômes traditionnels en personne ne sont pas autorisés

    11 mai - Opérations complètes / normales de fabrication / construction / distribution

    13 mai - Mise à jour du groupe de test des anticorps (attendue)

    15 mai - l'état d'urgence expire mais est prolongé jusqu'au 15 juin

    18 mai - Les garderies peuvent commencer à ramener du personnel, certaines entreprises non essentielles peuvent rouvrir conformément aux directives

    22 mai - Les procédures médicales hospitalières, les dentistes et la plupart des autres visites individuelles de santé rouvrent avec des lignes directrices; les restaurants, les gîtes et les marinas rouvrent conformément aux directives

    29 mai - Les salons et salons de coiffure peuvent rouvrir

    29 mai - Commande de séjour à la maison NH prolongée jusqu'au 15 juin

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  • 1er juin - Les soins aux enfants rouvrent si possible et avec des changements basés sur le service de santé. orientation; les musées, les gymnases, les spas, les massothérapeutes, les salons de manucure, les services de nettoyage et les entreprises similaires "d'entretien intérieur" peuvent rouvrir

    5 juin - Les hébergements du New Hampshire peuvent reprendre avec des directives

    8 juin - Les voyages inter-États à destination et en provenance des comtés de la Nouvelle-Angleterre et de New York avec 400 cas de COVID-19 actifs ou moins par million sont autorisés.

    8 juin - Vt. Les repas à l'intérieur seront autorisés avec des limites d'occupation de 25% et des protocoles de distanciation sociale et de santé et sécurité.

    15 juin - Ordre d'urgence du Vt. Prolongé jusqu'au 15 juillet

    15 juin - Fin de la commande NH à la maison

    15 juin - Les réservations d'hébergement du Vt. Recommencent. Les voyageurs peuvent remplir les conditions de quarantaine dans leur pays d'origine. Les opérations d'hébergement peuvent également augmenter les limites d'occupation à 50% ou à un total de 25 invités et membres du personnel, selon la valeur la plus élevée.

    19 juin - Les établissements de soins de longue durée du Vermont peuvent accueillir jusqu'à deux visiteurs par résident et par jour. Les visites doivent se faire à l'extérieur.

    22 juin - Ouverture des camps de jour NH avec directives.

    25 juin - Camping autorisé dans les parcs d'État du Vermont

    28 juin - Ouverture des camps de nuit NH (directives en cours d'élaboration)

    7 juillet - Le gouverneur Scott dit qu'il prolongera probablement d'un mois l'ordonnance d'urgence qui expirera le 15 juillet

    15 juillet - L'ordre d'urgence du Vt. Est prolongé jusqu'au 15 août

    17 juillet - Ouverture des candidatures au Programme d'aide à l'agriculture

    1er août - Début du mandat du Vt. Mask

    14 août - Ordre d'urgence du Vt. Prolongé jusqu'au 15 septembre

    26 août - Date limite du programme de subventions de secours opérationnel pour aider les programmes de garde d'enfants à compenser les dépenses et les pertes liées à la pandémie.

    8 septembre - Date de retour à l'école dans tout l'État du Vermont

    15 septembre - L'ordre d'urgence du Vt. Expire et est prolongé jusqu'au 15 octobre

    18 septembre - Les bars du Vermont sont autorisés à rouvrir le service au comptoir et les logements sont à pleine capacité

    21 septembre - Retard des matchs inter-équipes des sports scolaires du Vt.

    26 septembre - Les écoles Vt. Entrent dans la troisième étape et les matchs inter-équipes sportifs commencent

    1er octobre - La date limite pour le programme d'aide à l'agriculture est prolongée jusqu'au 15 novembre

    15 octobre - L'ordre d'urgence du Vt. Expire et est prolongé jusqu'au 15 novembre

    15 octobre - Publication des lignes directrices pour les sports d'hiver dans les écoles de Vt.

    15 octobre - Fin du moratoire sur les fermetures des services publics

    15 novembre - Date limite pour le programme d'aide à l'agriculture

    15 novembre - La commande d'urgence du Vt. Expire

    COUVERTURE CONTINUE DE WCAX CORONAVIRUS:

    L'État pousse les restaurants à faire plus de plats à emporter cet hiver

    Entreprise proposant des tests COVID-19 à l'aéroport international de Burlington

    L'augmentation du COVID du comté de Grafton appelle les lettres d'avertissement du district scolaire

    La participation électorale du Vermont bat des records

    L'événement de saut à ski de Harris Hill annulé en raison du COVID-19

    Les étudiants de New York ne porteraient pas de masques maintenant autorisés à rentrer dans le bus

    Un livre de Cuomo sur l'épidémie de pandémie à New York à court de faux pas de l'État

    12 cas de COVID liés à la ligue de hockey du centre du Vermont

    Chien de caserne de Rutland City

    Welch appelle au programme de secours USDA COVID pour s'approvisionner localement

    Des chercheurs de l'UVM étudient comment le COVID-19 "fait taire" les défenses cellulaires

    3 étudiants de Dartmouth hors campus testés positifs au COVID-19

    Cas positifs de COVID-19 signalés dans les écoles du Vermont

    Comment les écoles font face à une pénurie de substituts

    Les revenus du tourisme au Vermont diminuent mais s'améliorent

    Le défi des médias sociaux surprend les serveurs du nord du pays

    Nouveau cluster COVID-19 dans le nord de New York

    Cas COVID à l'école Williston

    Les cas de COVID restent faibles à UVM

    Un virus met en péril le lieu de naissance du cofondateur des AA, un sanctuaire virtuel

    Le spectacle du pain et des marionnettes continue malgré la pandémie

    Des façons respectueuses de la pandémie de célébrer Halloween avec votre famille

    Les inscriptions scolaires augmentent à mesure que les familles déménagent au Vermont

    Middlebury College annonce les plans du semestre de printemps

    Fermeture du musée Shelburne pour la saison

    Maine CDC: Un arbitre de hockey aurait pu en exposer des centaines

    L'épidémie parmi les cueilleurs de pommes du Vermont augmente de 1 à 28

    NH a une augmentation des cas de virus, mais un faible taux de positivité au test

    Le moratoire sur la déconnexion des services publics prendra fin la semaine prochaine

    L'événement Church Street favorise la conception de masques créatifs

    Burlington approuve la transformation de Champlain Inn en refuge pour sans-abri

    Burlington prolonge son programme de suivi des eaux usées pour COVID

    Que se passe-t-il lorsque votre bulletin de vote postal parvient au greffier municipal ?

    Un faible nombre de COVID signifie que plus d'enfants de Burlington peuvent retourner en classe

    Le nouveau refuge contre la violence domestique de Colchester offrira une capacité et une confidentialité accrues

    Les investisseurs mis en garde contre les projets de coronavirus en ligne

    Les brasseurs NH préoccupés par les exigences de capacité COVID

    Cluster de cueilleur de pommes Addison contenu; Le nombre de visiteurs Vt. Sans mise en quarantaine passe à 2,9 millions

    Sununu tours Main Street

    Le conseil municipal de Burlington abandonne le couvre-feu des bars COVID

    Un groupe dirigé par des jeunes obtient la reconnaissance du Mask Day dans le Vermont

    Les électeurs inscrits devraient avoir reçu les bulletins de vote par la poste d'ici mercredi

    NY va imposer de nouveaux fermetures dans les zones sensibles aux virus

    Les prestations de chômage prolongées "élevées" du Vermont se terminent cette semaine

    Épidémie de COVID parmi les travailleurs migrants d'une ferme du Vermont

    Nouvelles directives à l'échelle de l'État pour les stations de ski NH

    Le maire de Plattsburgh publie son budget révisé

    Retour du programme de boîtes alimentaires de la ferme à la famille

    Leahy teste négatif pour le coronavirus

    Cuomo défend de ne pas porter de masque au presseur d'intérieur

    De plus en plus d'étudiants du Vermont reviennent à l'apprentissage en personne

    Cuomo ordonne la fermeture de certaines écoles de New York en raison d'une poussée de virus

    Le conseil municipal de Burlington considère comme des "incendies COVID" dans l'arrière-cour

    Le New Hampshire alloue 12 millions de dollars aux salles de spectacle

    Le Howard Center prévoit une sensibilisation en santé mentale en octobre

    Prolongation du délai pour demander une aide à l'agriculture

    Vermont DMV ouvre trois autres succursales

    Le propriétaire du gymnase Rutland promet de continuer à lutter contre la fermeture forcée

    COVID a-t-il empêché les étudiants de postuler à l'université ?

    Les centres de remise en forme luttent pendant COVID

    Test COVID faux positif derrière la peur de l'école St.Jay

    Que se passe-t-il lorsque vous allez vous faire vacciner contre la grippe ?

    Gate Check: Les tests COVID-19 rapides chez BTV peuvent-ils atténuer la peur de voler ?

    Malgré la pandémie, les entreprises de Stowe profitent de la saison des feuillages d'automne chargée

    Long Trail Adventure amasse 36 000 $ pour un camp de scouts local

    COVID-19 entraîne la fermeture du centre d'accueil de White River Junction

    Préserver le COVID-19 dans l'histoire locale

    Le juge rejette le procès entre le Vermont et le gymnase Rutland

    Les contrats de boîtes alimentaires sont préoccupants

    Les élèves de St.Johnsbury reprennent l'apprentissage hybride

    Les chômeurs du Vermont attendent toujours 100 $ supplémentaires de l'État

    Athlétisme de longue date à Dartmouth, entraîneur de cross-country à la retraite

    Scott exhorte les Vermonters à ne pas "baisser la garde '' sur COVID

    Le gouverneur de New York s'alarme des nouveaux points chauds de virus

    Les écoles libanaises reviendront à 5 jours en personne

    Un employé du Middlebury College est testé positif au COVID-19

    Les destinations touristiques de Vt. Remarquent-elles une différence due à la pandémie ?

    La pandémie pourrait-elle contribuer au grisonnement des montagnes vertes ?

    Cas positifs de COVID-19 signalés dans l'établissement de soins de longue durée de Rutland

    Scott salue la réponse des législateurs au COVID-19

    Le groupe de travail NH OK autorise une capacité de 100% pour les détaillants

    L'école St.Johnsbury ferme pour le nettoyage COVID

    Marchez où vous voulez pour l'événement de cette année pour mettre fin à la maladie d'Alzheimer

    Le sénateur Shaheen: Il reste encore du travail à faire pour rationaliser les prêts de remise PPP

    Plus d'espaces de hub sont en ligne; Les Vermonters exhortés à se faire vacciner contre la grippe

    Les législateurs du Vermont terminent leur budget de 7 milliards de dollars

    Ausable Brewing Company célèbre l'Oktoberfest

    Les garderies NH luttent

    Le district scolaire central de Boquet Valley revient en classe

    Les administrateurs d'UVM approuvent le budget qui laisse l'école dans le rouge

    Annulation du train annuel de vacances dans le nord de New York

    Votre santé a-t-elle été affectée par la pandémie ?

    Coincé dans le Vermont: chauffeur de bus qui fait un effort supplémentaire

    CVPH: La plupart des employés ont un test négatif après que le membre du personnel ait été testé positif au COVID-19

    Les greffiers du Vermont se préparent pour un vote historique

    Comment une école fait fonctionner l'apprentissage en personne

    L'UVM rapporte des inscriptions pratiquement inchangées pendant la pandémie

    Les inspections de New York ont ​​révélé des défaillances dans les maisons de retraite alors que le COVID-19 faisait rage

    Les restrictions de repas à l'intérieur seront assouplies dans le New Hampshire

    Les restaurants s'efforcent de rebondir après le verrouillage

    New York voit une augmentation du nombre de visiteurs dans la région de High Peaks

    L'État a plus de mal à trouver des familles d'accueil pendant la pandémie

    Les données montrent que les minorités Vt. Sont quatre fois plus susceptibles de contracter le COVID-19

    Employé de CVPH hospitalisé avec COVID-19

    Les entreprises trouvent de nouvelles façons de fonctionner pendant une pandémie

    Les étudiants de Slate Valley ont sonné pour avoir traversé la "zone rouge" du COVID

    Hassan pousse Fauci sur la transparence des vaccins

    Les sénateurs du New Hampshire recherchent un financement pour les exploitants de bus et de ferry

    Conseils pour interpréter les statistiques COVID

    22 étudiants du Middlebury College "exclus" pour violations de COVID

    Les étudiants infirmiers auxiliaires acquièrent des compétences pratiques grâce à des cours hybrides

    L'affaire COVID du football des jeunes de Beekmantown a conduit à la fermeture de l'école du comté de Clinton

    Vt. Les responsables de l'éducation assouplissent les restrictions; les sports interscolaires commenceront samedi

    Hybrid Mom: Parenting à l'ère COVID

    Essex Westford passe de la maternelle à la 5e année pour retourner à l'école à temps plein en octobre

    Hassan cherche des réponses des assureurs sur les coûts des tests de virus

    Dotation du Dartmouth College jusqu'à 6 milliards de dollars pendant la pandémie

    COVID contre le rhume: comment les écoles Vt. Se préparent pour l'hiver

    Dotation du Dartmouth College jusqu'à 6 milliards de dollars pendant la pandémie

    Les bulletins de vote sont envoyés à tous les électeurs inscrits du Vermont

    Le district scolaire central de Beekmantown déménage en ligne après des cas de COVID signalés

    Aide à la ferme disponible

    Le dernier tour du robinet laisse certaines entreprises de Vt. Dans le froid

    Plus de suspensions et de sanctions liées au COVID dans les collèges régionaux

    Le Sénat de la Faculté de l'UVM approuve les modifications apportées au semestre de printemps

    Bâtiment du collège et du lycée de Williamstown fermé pour nettoyage COVID

    Les bulletins de vote des absents envoyés à NH City, les greffiers de la ville pour distribution

    Le cinéma du nord de New York pousse à rouvrir

    NY met fin aux expulsions commerciales, des groupes demandent une aide aux locataires

    La communauté du Vermont reconsidère les règles après un défilé sans masque

    Les températures fraîches poussent les restaurants NH à repenser les repas en plein air

    Un chiropraticien du Vermont voit la hausse des affaires comme plus de travail à domicile

    Les fournisseurs d'accès Internet recevront 4 millions de dollars pour un meilleur accès à large bande

    Les athlètes de North Country se battent pour la saison sportive d'automne

    Le président de la NH House s'excuse auprès de l'UNH pour le comportement sans masque des législateurs à boire de la bière

    Vt.AG répond après que le juge américain a bloqué les changements USPS qui ont ralenti le courrier

    Plus de tests conduisent à une légère augmentation du nombre de coronavirus NH

    Après un taux de participation record à la primaire NH, l'attention se tourne vers les élections générales

    Head Start de Champlain Valley offre un programme virtuel

    Les camions de nourriture peuvent-ils aider à stimuler les entreprises Barre ?

    Les étudiants de l'UVM s'en tiennent à l'engagement COVID; les propriétaires de bars aigris sur les fermetures anticipées

    Relais pour la vie déménage à Thunder Road

    Middlebury College entre dans la phase 2 de la réponse COVID

    Les enfants font une pause dans l'apprentissage en ligne

    Les sports d'automne de la jeunesse à New York toujours en question

    Des étudiants transforment l'année sabbatique en une étape d'aventure de pêche dans le Vermont

    Conseils pour éviter l’irritation cutanée "maskne"

    Un aperçu du fonctionnement des tests de piscine COVID-19 de SUNY Plattsburgh

    COVID invite St Jay à annuler le défilé d'Halloween

    Des agents électoraux de Vt. Recherchés pour les élections de novembre

    NY abaisse le seuil de coronavirus pour les visites à domicile

    Les autobus scolaires désinfectés, la nouvelle norme dans la région

    L'Armée du Salut recueillera des dons tôt en raison du virus

    Le mandat du masque du Vermont devrait-il être levé ?

    New York prolonge l'inscription spéciale non assurée jusqu'en 2020

    Les dirigeants d'État n'annulent pas le tour de passe-passe cette année

    La ligue de flag-football condamnée à une amende pour avoir amené des équipes hors de l'État

    Fauci félicite les habitants du Vermont pour le succès du ralentissement de la propagation du COVID

    Le centre communautaire de Burlington crée un espace pour les apprenants éloignés

    Deux autres écoles du Vermont avec des cas de COVID-19

    Une poursuite fédérale vise à mettre fin au plan de vote par correspondance du Vt.

    Se préparer à ramasser pour la saison d'automne

    Naviguer dans l'apprentissage à distance

    Conseils aux familles avec des proches en soins de longue durée pendant une pandémie

    Les cadeaux surprises aident à garder le moral pour les enfants Make-A-Wish

    Fauci prendra la parole lors du briefing du Vermont COVID-19 mardi

    L'agritourisme du Vermont déménage en ligne

    La pandémie n’arrête pas le garde-frontière de longue date d’Essex Junction

    Les visiteurs d'automne de NH sont encouragés à rechercher "Ne laisser aucune trace"

    Pride Vermont organise un événement virtuel à la place d'un défilé

    Le lycée Hartford tombe avec un cas de COVID-19

    L'école intermédiaire de Crossett Brook ferme en raison de cas de COVID

    Des centaines de personnes participent au premier événement de Race Vermont depuis la pandémie

    Un essai médical UVM examine les avantages des anticoagulants dans le traitement COVID

    2 étudiants de premier cycle de Dartmouth testés positifs pour Covid-19

    Scott prolonge la commande d'urgence COVID à la mi-octobre

    Le surintendant met en garde contre une éventuelle exposition au COVID-19 dans les écoles de Stowe

    Un expert explique comment les parents peuvent soulager les problèmes de retour à l'école des élèves

    Les contractions des coronavirus des compagnies aériennes laissent les voyageurs du Vermont avec moins d'options

    Le Québec imposera des amendes pour masques à partir de samedi

    La saison des feuillages d'automne permettra-t-elle de récupérer les pertes du tourisme COVID ?

    UVM continue de voir un faible nombre de tests COVID positifs parmi les étudiants

    Juge: campagne Trump, RNC peut intervenir dans le procès de vote NH

    New York assouplit les restrictions sur les visites dans les maisons de vie assistée

    Malgré le hoquet, les appels de l'État achètent le programme de bons locaux un succès

    Des étudiants de Dartmouth réprimandés pour avoir enfreint les règles

    The New Vermonters: Fuyant COVID-19, les nouveaux arrivants trouvent un refuge temporaire - ou permanent - dans les Green Mountains

    Un regard sur l'apprentissage à distance dans l'Union de supervision de Rutland Northeast

    Des tableaux squelettes font ressortir une communauté d'Essex Junction

    Sanders presse les responsables de la santé sur la disponibilité des vaccins

    Vt. House approuve 5 millions de dollars de paiements de relance aux travailleurs migrants

    Élèves d'Essex Junction, parents enthousiastes à l'idée de retourner à l'école

    La Semaine de la fierté du Vermont persévère pendant la pandémie

    Leahy: tentative de relance du GOP "terriblement inadéquate"

    Le programme d'achat local du Vermont se vend; Kinney Drugs fournira des tests COVID

    Les étudiants de Dartmouth de retour sur le campus

    Les écoles de New York doivent déclarer les données COVID à l'État

    Le Vermont déploie mardi un programme "Shop Local '' à 30 $, les législateurs envisageant une augmentation de la prime de risque

    La communauté de Plattsburgh réagit aux suspensions de SUNY Plattsburgh

    Y aura-t-il une stigmatisation entourant le coronavirus dans les écoles ?

    Pas de parade de la fête du Travail, mais une tradition de Northfield a continué

    Le département de la santé de NH examine une éventuelle épidémie liée à une fête fraternelle

    New York marque un mois où moins de 1% de tests viraux sont positifs

    Les vergers de pommiers s'attendent à une saison douce malgré la pandémie

    Vermont House débattra du budget de l'État dans l'incertitude virale

    La visite de la rentrée scolaire montre à quoi ressemblera l'école pendant la pandémie

    Nettoyage annuel de la rivière Connecticut, un événement d'un mois cette année

    Les entreprises locales reçoivent un coup de pouce des fonds fédéraux de secours COVID

    Le Vermont reçoit près de 200 plaintes COVID-19 de résidents

    Le gouverneur Scott appelle à la prudence ce week-end de la fête du Travail

    Vt.Les responsables de la santé se préparent à recevoir le vaccin d'ici novembre s'ils sont prêts

    Les écoles du Vermont préparent les derniers préparatifs pour la journée d'ouverture mardi

    Vt.Les responsables disent que le retour aux tests universitaires a réussi jusqu'à présent

    Le concierge de l'école de Burlington fait plus que désinfecter

    La pénurie de bois fait grimper certains prix de la construction

    Un étudiant du Middlebury College obtient un résultat positif au cours de la première semaine

    Les élèves de North Country retournent en classe sans quitter la maison

    Les cas de COVID continuent de grimper dans la maison de retraite North Country

    Le système de chômage Vt. Fonctionne-t-il pour les cas les plus compliqués ?

    NH entre en contact total, tandis que les rivalités dans la haute vallée se renouvellent

    Clinique de test Rutland COVID aidant le département de la santé du Vt.

    Burlington échantillonne les eaux usées de la ville pour repérer la prochaine épidémie de COVID

    Killington Resort organisera un cadeau alimentaire

    Hanovre, NH, limite les rassemblements à 10 personnes

    Les musées du Vermont proposent du contenu aux apprenants en ligne

    Le district d'Essex Westford se lance dans les carrefours de garde d'enfants

    Les responsables de l'école de Burlington discutent des plans de réouverture finale

    Les directeurs d'école demandent de la flexibilité et du soutien avant le premier jour d'école

    Les entreprises de Burlington s'illuminent en rouge

    Le casino Akwesasne Mohawk affirme avoir perdu des millions à cause de la pandémie

    Sununu dit qu'il n'est pas préoccupé par le manque de masques lors du rassemblement Trump

    Le commissaire à la santé du Vt. Clarifie le COVID et les conditions sous-jacentes

    Vt.Les responsables de l'éducation identifient 12 des 70 centres de garde d'enfants proposés

    Killington regarde vers l'avenir au milieu de l'épidémie

    Nouvelle ressource en ligne pour les parents du New Hampshire

    L'industrie du tourisme du Vermont souffre du COVID

    Les cours commencent à UVM avec un mélange d'apprentissage en personne et à distance

    État enquêtant sur les cas de COVID liés au parti de Killington

    Le district scolaire central d'Ausable Valley passe à l'apprentissage à distance

    Meadowbrook Healthcare obtient le feu vert pour des visites extérieures

    Le restaurant de Burlington ferme temporairement après des tests clients positifs

    3 sites DMV du Vermont rouvrent aux rendez-vous

    Le casino Akwesasne Mohawk affirme avoir perdu des millions à cause de la pandémie

    Le virus pourrait mettre fin aux jours de neige; Un mandat de vaccin contre la grippe suscite une manifestation

    Les infirmières scolaires voient un rôle évolutif au milieu de la pandémie

    La méditation peut-elle vous aider à trouver la paix en 2020 ?

    La prime de risque en route pour les travailleurs essentiels du Vermont

    Les responsables de la santé disent que le régime strict de test COVID pour les étudiants distingue le Vermont

    L'initiative du carrefour des services de garde à l'enfance se démène pour identifier les fournisseurs

    Akwesasne Mohawk Casino apporte de grands changements pour rouvrir en toute sécurité

    Rutland Rec et Castleton s'associent au camp de jour pour aider les familles de travailleurs

    Vt.Les responsables de la santé ne tiendront pas compte des nouvelles directives de dépistage des CDC

    Les responsables de la santé évaluent l'idée des vaccins obligatoires contre la grippe

    Le Vermont envisage de renouveler son contrat de prison avec CoreCivic

    Le Vermont envisage une aide COVID pour les stations de ski au milieu d'une pandémie

    Les affectations de casiers font partie du passé dans certaines écoles du Vermont

    Un nouveau programme vise à aider les communautés rurales à unir leurs forces

    Coincé dans le Vermont: visite de cinémas éphémères

    Temps plus frais, COVID oblige les restaurants à repenser les options de restauration

    Le financement viendra-t-il pour aider à garder ouverts les garderies de North Country ?

    Shaheen fait une visite virtuelle des soins connectés

    Le restaurant de Charlotte se dispute avec la ville pour un restaurant pop-up

    Vt. Health Dept.enquête sur la "situation" du COVID dans le comté de Rutland

    Les responsables de la santé disent que les sauvegardes des laboratoires ralentissent les résultats des tests pour les maisons de retraite

    Assouplissement des restrictions dans certains établissements de soins de longue durée du NH

    Cuomo: les collèges de New York doivent se distancer lorsque les cas augmentent

    NH Town adopte une ordonnance exigeant des masques en public

    Castleton passe les rassemblements limitant l'ordre

    L'école primaire d'Essex Junction se prépare pour les jeunes apprenants

    Des étudiants asiatiques dénoncent l'élimination de 5 sports à Dartmouth

    Le chef des surintendants de New York exhorte Cuomo à annuler les sports scolaires d'automne

    Les cours de gymnastique voient des changements pendant la pandémie

    Vail Resorts publie son plan COVID

    La date limite approche pour les agriculteurs du Vermont pour demander des subventions

    Une épidémie de COVID dans une maison de soins infirmiers du nord de New York a mis la communauté en état d'alerte

    La pénurie de congélateurs laisse les consommateurs et l'industrie de la viande dans le froid

    Comment les écoles catholiques du Vermont se sont préparées à l'apprentissage en personne

    Dartmouth va de l'avant avec son plan de réouverture

    SUNY Plattsburgh suspend les étudiants surpris en train de violer les politiques COVID-19

    NH confirme six cas de COVID-19 associés au rassemblement de Sturgis

    Le DOJ recherche des données sur les décès des foyers de soins COVID à New York et dans 3 autres États

    Un autre détenu du Vermont dans le Mississippi est testé positif au COVID

    Middlebury College met en place la quarantaine sur le campus

    Le comité consultatif NH recommande l'achat de machines de test rapide

    Les Vt. Snowbirds devraient-ils être autorisés à éviter l'impôt sur le revenu de l'État ?

    DMV ouvrira 3 bureaux, s'attaquera à l'arriéré de transactions

    SUNY Plattsburgh envisage de suspendre les étudiants surpris en train de faire la fête

    Les districts du Vermont s'efforcent de finaliser les plans de retour à l'école

    Vt. Les législateurs entament la deuxième partie d'une session inhabituelle

    La journée d'emménagement UVM est très différente cette année

    Une étude sur la ventilation ne trouve aucun modèle dans les flambées des foyers de soins au NH

    Gouverneur Scott: les étudiants qui enfreignent les règles COVID devraient être renvoyés chez eux

    Annulation du plan de congé de milliers de travailleurs fédéraux de l'immigration

    30K bulletins de vote absents remis jusqu'à présent pour la primaire NH

    Les camps d'été préparent les enfants aux salles de classe

    La rééducation de Fanny Allen s'apprête à rouvrir

    L'épidémie de COVID dans les maisons de retraite de North Country affectera-t-elle l'entrée à l'école ?

    La communauté de Castleton cherche à freiner la fête universitaire après avoir poignardé

    Le vice-législateur examinera la proposition de magasin local de Scott 50 millions de dollars

    L'Université du Vermont vise à tester 10K étudiants dans les prochains jours

    Les réfugiés COVID peuvent-ils aider le Vermont à sortir du trou démographique ?

    Le Vermont obtient de l'argent pour augmenter les allocations de chômage

    Réouverture des musées et des gymnases de New York à l'extérieur de New York

    Les sports limités du lycée de New York reçoivent le feu vert de Cuomo

    Le Vermont prolonge les règles des tribunaux d'urgence jusqu'au nouvel an

    Les courriels du groupe de travail montrent une division précoce sur la réouverture économique

    Les restaurants Rutland profitent d'un nouvel espace pour s'asseoir

    Des dizaines de villes du NH n'ont pas encore demandé une aide fédérale contre les virus

    Cours en cours dans les collèges NH, augmentation du chômage approuvée

    Un pédiatre du Vermont discute de la sécurité de la rentrée scolaire

    Les prestataires de soins de santé mentale préoccupés par les enfants pendant la pandémie

    Scott propose une aide supplémentaire de 133 millions de dollars aux entreprises

    Les membres du personnel testés positifs au COVID dans une maison de soins infirmiers de New York face à une épidémie

    Bikers, communauté pour voir les changements à la Laconia Motorcycle Week

    État à la recherche d'options supplémentaires pour les visites dans les établissements de soins de longue durée

    La société derrière les tests antigéniques "faux positifs" se tient par les résultats

    Les restaurants du New Hampshire augmentent leur capacité

    La planification des centres de garde d'enfants progresse rapidement

    Schumer fait pression pour plus de prêts PPP pour les petites entreprises

    Le chômage au Vermont a légèrement baissé en juillet

    Les tribunaux du New Hampshire adoptent des règles de quarantaine après le voyage

    Dartmouth College retarde la décision de la date d'arrivée

    Les bars de Burlington ont reçu l'ordre de fermer plus tôt

    Familles frustrées par l'épidémie de COVID-19 dans la maison de soins infirmiers de North Country

    Dartmouth adopte une approche agressive sur les tests COVID

    UVM met en place une installation de test COVID, système en 10 étapes

    Le Vt. Législature reviendra-t-il à Statehouse l'année prochaine ?

    Un couple du centre du Vermont célèbre son 70e anniversaire socialement éloigné

    La FIS retire Killington du calendrier de la Coupe du monde

    Cuomo rejette les craintes de sous-dénombrement des décès dans les foyers de soins de New York

    Cuomo: Un mandat de masque antérieur aurait pu faire une différence

    NY permet aux électeurs d'obtenir des bulletins de vote par correspondance en raison de problèmes de virus

    Les villes de NH, les villes peuvent exiger des masques pour les électeurs, les travailleurs

    Les restaurants NH cherchent un soulagement

    Costa Rica permettant aux touristes de certains États, y compris Vt., NY, NH

    Dartmouth-Hitchcock suit les eaux usées pour la recherche sur le COVID

    L'établissement de soins pour personnes âgées du nord du pays voit une augmentation des cas de COVID

    La répression des étudiants des collèges poussera-t-elle les entreprises au bord du gouffre ?

    Le financement COVID de Vt.Agriculture atteint les agriculteurs

    Comment la communauté de Rutland aide les familles à prendre soin des enfants

    L'argent disponible pour les Vermonters qui ont du mal à payer leurs factures de services publics

    Un membre du conseil scolaire démissionne pour blasphème lors d'une discussion sur la réouverture des écoles

    Les compressions budgétaires mènent à l'herbe non tondue le long des autoroutes du Vermont

    Comment les entreprises espèrent vous amener à Love Burlington

    Vt.Pharmacies obtiennent le feu vert pour donner des vaccins aux enfants

    La Garde nationale livre des masques aux écoles du New Hampshire

    Dartmouth limite les déplacements des étudiants à quelques villes

    VINS offre un apprentissage virtuel et en personne pendant une pandémie

    Les gardiens constatent une augmentation de l'utilisation abusive des zones d'accès à la pêche du Vermont

    Que faudra-t-il pour permettre les visites dans les établissements de soins de longue durée du Vermont ?

    La commande Scott vise à élargir la capacité de garde d'enfants

    La résolution d'urgence du maire fermerait les bars de Burlington tôt

    UVM fournit des mises à jour sur les plans COVID-19 de retour à l'école

    Upper Valley se prépare au retour des étudiants de Dartmouth

    Les familles des foyers de soins de Plattsburgh continuent de faire pression pour le droit de visite

    Scott publie le plan budgétaire à l'Assemblée législative

    1er décès lié au COVID dans le comté d'Essex, New York

    Le New Hampshire accepte le plan de Trump pour prolonger le chômage

    Les étudiants de SUNY Plattsburgh arrivent sur le campus avec de nouvelles règles

    Livre du gouverneur Andrew Cuomo sur la réponse au COVID-19 en octobre

    Représentants postaux NH: les travailleurs font leur travail malgré les défis

    Rutland discute des options de défilé d'Halloween

    Les collèges du Vermont commencent à voir COVID lorsque les étudiants arrivent sur le campus

    Corrections Vt. Enquêtant sur la façon dont 2 membres du personnel de Marble Valley ont été infectés par le COVID-19

    Les délégués du Vermont prêts pour une convention démocratique virtuelle

    Les habitants du Vermont alarmés par l'apparente entrave du service postal

    Les fans de bowling du North Country affluent vers les pistes locales pour la réouverture

    Plus de garderies rouvrent au Vermont

    La police de Burlington s'est préparée à infliger une amende à ceux qui mettent la santé publique en danger

    Cuomo permet aux gymnases de commencer à rouvrir avec des règles strictes

    Les médecins du Vermont disent que les options de traitement restent limitées pour les cas graves de COVID-19

    L'Université du New Hampshire prévoit un laboratoire de test de virus interne dans quelques semaines

    Un médecin du Vermont avertit les gens d'être prêts à faire plus de sacrifices

    La recherche UVM examine le bien-être des habitants du Vermont pendant une pandémie

    Scott prolonge l'état d'urgence du COVID-19 jusqu'au 15 septembre

    Le Vermont s'attend à plus de cas de COVID au retour des étudiants

    Les étudiants UVM commencent à arriver et à se mettre en quarantaine sur le campus

    De nombreuses écoles se transforment en tentes

    Les parents de la Haute Vallée demandent le retour aux cours en personne

    Les entreprises de Lake Placid tentent de sauver la saison estivale

    Les régulateurs approuvent les hausses de tarifs pour les plus grands assureurs-maladie du Vermont

    Pourquoi un vaccin contre le COVID-19 prend-il si longtemps ?

    Les étudiants du Collège Champlain doivent laisser les masques à valve d'expiration à la maison

    Un juge fédéral confirme la quarantaine de voyage COVID-19 à New York

    Les pistes de bowling de New York nettoyées pour faire avancer les choses

    Les stations de ski du Vermont exhortent les gens à suivre les directives COVID

    Scott critique la position de Trump sur le financement postal

    Les restrictions à la frontière entre le Canada et les États-Unis ont été prolongées au moins jusqu'au 1er septembre.

    Les notables du New Hampshire ont annoncé le vote des absents

    Little Free Pantries apparaît autour de Burlington

    Que se passe-t-il lorsque COVID apparaît dans une salle de classe du Vermont ?

    Les démocrates du Vermont demandent l'unité du parti avant novembre

    Les bibliothèques publiques prennent une importance accrue pendant la pandémie

    L'apprentissage à distance aide UVM à lancer la collaboration et à élargir la diversité

    Message de Birx aux écoles: tout le monde devrait porter un masque

    Sununu publie des directives pour alerter les communautés sur le coronavirus dans les écoles

    Les exigences en matière de vaccination contre la vaccination demeurent pour l'année scolaire 2020/2021

    Conseils pour se préparer à l'apprentissage hybride

    La vente annuelle sur le trottoir de la rue Church a toujours lieu pendant la pandémie

    Hannaford fait un don de 10000 $ aux communautés du Vermont

    Fonctionnaire du travail: le système de chômage de New York préparé pour une flambée

    New York conteste la décision autorisant des mariages plus importants

    Le Vermont va offrir des masques faciaux

    Birx dit que les joueurs de football universitaire peuvent revenir sur le terrain s'ils sont "ultra prudents"

    Qui traitera les plaintes COVID-19 concernant les étudiants UVM ?

    Épidémie de COVID-19 dans la communauté à Winooski, région de Burlington

    Jusqu'où dans le rouge ? Nouveaux chiffres sinistres d'économistes du Vermont

    Le district scolaire de North Country discutera du retour hybride à l'école

    Les athlètes disent que les sports scolaires avec des masques valent mieux que ne pas jouer

    Les Vermonters battent les records de vote primaire

    Les bars NH reçoivent un rappel de la Bike Week et les données de l'enquête scolaire sont publiées

    Vt. Corrections officials address rumors on inmate moves

    Why the pandemic didn’t stop in-person voting in Vermont

    Vt. officials provide further details on return to school, fall sports

    Changes announced to H.S. Fall Sports season

    Scott administration studying Trump unemployment supplement plan

    How UVM plans to keep students, staff, community safe

    What to expect when you visit the dentist during a pandemic

    NH requires masks at events with more than 100 people

    Vermont inmate in Mississippi hospitalized with COVID-19

    H.S. Fall Sports changes: face coverings mandate

    H.S. football this fall: Is 7-on-7 the answer ?

    In-person voting to look different this primary day

    Vermont awarded money to revitalize bus infrastructure

    Norwich University students test positive for COVID-19

    St. Mike’s offers workshops to help educators teach online

    Vermont Foodbank wins USDA grant to help battle food insecurity

    Vermont ‘creatives’ gather online

    NY egg producer gouged prices when pandemic hit, lawsuit says

    New York’s true nursing home death toll cloaked in secrecy

    New York’s 50-person wedding rule successfully challenged

    UVM neighbors, teachers concerned partying will short-circuit return to campus

    Coronavirus upends traditional Vermont primary trappings

    Analysis of the pandemic primary as Vermonters head to the polls

    Returning SUNY Plattsburgh students to see changes

    Vt. Open Farm Week underway online or at a farm near you

    NY governor calls Trump benefits executive order ‘laughable’

    Absentee ballots could lead to record primary voting in Vermont

    Cuomo: NY lacks reopening plans from 1 in 7 school districts

    Survey: Students want to return to college but worry about paying for it

    Teen camp using SVC campus fined for noise

    NH officials push Congress to revive rescue package talks

    Pandemic helps, then hurts psychiatric boarding crisis in NH

    NH high school athletes can start practice next month

    Scott announces new child care assistance program

    What new numbers reveal about Vermont’s COVID fight

    Plattsburgh school reopening plan gets pushback from parents

    Grace Potter, Twiddle play drive-in concerts during pandemic

    Quarantined NYC comics stream improv show from Vermont

    Cuomo clears New York schools statewide to open, carefully

    Health commissioner calls UVM’s COVID testing plan strict

    Congress split over cash injection for infected state budgets

    Pappas co-sponsors bill to stop tax on workers at home

    Hassan co-sponsors bills on protective equipment shortages

    Burlington mayor concerned with UVM’s return-to-school plan

    In-person or remote: What will Vermont school districts decide ?

    Can outdoor classrooms solve school reopening problems ?

    Vermont lawmakers puzzle over how to meet safely

    State employees able to telework can do so through December

    Rivendell School District to delay in-person learning

    Could hospital cuts put patient care in jeopardy ?

    New Hampshire hospitals take on virus testing

    NH summer camps get zoning protections

    147 Vermont inmates in Mississippi prison infected with COVID-19

    Vermonters still facing roadblocks with DMV delays

    Burlington business following strict screening for COVID-19

    Vermont lawmakers to tackle struggling state finances

    Child care crisis looming as teachers, students return to school

    NY teachers unions: Close schools when there’s a COVID-19 case

    Enfield passes mask ordinance

    Judge OKs virus-relief loan to Jay Peak, Burke ski resorts

    New Hampshire investigates taxation of remote workers

    Cuomo takes over governors group as virus batters states

    Scott details hazard pay plan for Vt. essential workers

    State leaders say it’s time for Vermont kids to return to school

    Will CVPH redesign lead to job cuts ?

    Sununu won’t mandate masks but encourages them

    Scott says he should have seen inmate outbreak coming

    Will Vermont students follow a new school calendar ?

    CCV extends early college program application deadline

    Some college athletes decide to stay another year after canceled seasons

    Petition demands masks be mandatory in Plattsburgh schools

    NY rolls back legal immunity for hospitals, nursing homes

    NH town passes mask ordinance for employees, pedestrians

    Changes in Mississippi prison where Vermont inmates tested positive for COVID-19

    Vermont teachers call for safety as schools reopen

    Dr. Fauci on children returning to school, masks, vaccine

    Cuomo: Parents, teachers must be part of school reopening discussions

    Summer camps extend season to help with school delay

    Masks being given out in Rutland to local businesses

    New restaurant opens its doors during the pandemic

    Vermont colleges to charge same tuition for online and in-person classes

    Cuomo official grilled on virus nursing home deaths, secrecy

    Harvard researcher clears the air on spreading coronavirus

    Bear complaints rise during pandemic

    Vermont education leaders to discuss reopening plan

    Scott expands retail occupancy to 50%

    State, teachers at odds over when to start school

    Do colleges with online degree expertise now have an advantage ?

    How a Vermont program aims to make sure everyone eats

    Vermont mask mandate goes into effect Saturday

    Vermont to hand out 200,000 free masks

    UVM says COVID-19 tests will start before students arrive on campus

    What you need to know to make sure your absentee ballot gets counted

    The challenges of getting trials back on track in Vermont

    Some NH teachers can skip post-travel quarantine this fall

    US House approves $60B to help child care providers

    Some businesses flourishing during COVID-19

    Vt. NEA calls for phased-in approach to starting school

    School bus drivers struggle to get financial help

    Besieged camp director says he’s complying with Bennington noise complaints

    Lake Champlain professional bass tournament carries on with modifications

    Vermont reports 1st COVID-19 death in more than a month

    6 inmates returned to Vermont test positive for COVID-19

    Vermont voters smash absentee ballot request record

    Burlington School District looking for input on learning preference

    Unruly tourists straining town budget during pandemic

    Waterville man creates 9-hole golf course in backyard

    Students, alumni clamor to take care of UVM’s cows

    Shelburne Museum now open for visitors

    What will become of Vermont’s cash-strapped college system ?

    With school year in flux, Vt. teachers, administrators forced to remain flexible

    Cashing in coins to help combat national shortage

    Democratic lawmakers want to give out free masks

    Did you receive your final $600 unemployment check ?

    Dartmouth releases coronavirus protocols for students

    3 Vermont library staffers resign over COVID reopening plans

    ‘Appalled’ Cuomo to investigate crowded Chainsmokers concert

    Governor orders delayed start for Vermont schools

    Leahy says Republican relief bill doesn’t do enough

    NH doctors create tele-hub for COVID-19 treatment

    Help available for veterans organizations in New Hampshire

    NY bowling alleys stuck in the gutter awaiting word from governor

    NH authorities investigate whether nursing home HVACs contributed to virus outbreaks

    34 states, Puerto Rico, DC must now quarantine in NY, NJ, CT

    Shelburne Museum set to reopen

    Woodstock pool stays open with new precautions in place

    Group pushes for all Vermont elementary schools to reopen full-time

    NY mail-in voting deluge fuels uncounted ballots, confusion

    Vermont court system looks at restarting jury trials

    Akwesasne casino delays reopening citing spike in local COVID cases

    Clinton County warns of COVID-19 Exposure at Altona party

    Vt. Gov. Phil Scott imposes statewide mask mandate

    No one-size-fits-all answer for Vermont schools

    Bennington, summer camp strike deal over noise complaints

    Champlain Valley Expo offering a ‘Taste of the Fair’ this weekend

    Vt. officials point to rising coronavirus cases in the Northeast

    Leahy: USCIS furloughs postponed

    Federal stimulus money starts flowing into Vermont

    Sununu: Minimum wage problems would be exacerbated in pandemic

    8 Vermont rest areas reopen

    4th employee at North Country nursing home positive for coronavirus

    NY lawmakers OK cutting back nursing homes' legal shield

    Partnership increases NH testing capacity

    NH company to ramp up production of protective mask materials

    Music swings into Burlington with summer concert series

    What will loss of extra unemployment benefits mean for Vermonters ?

    NY officials clamp down on Plattsburgh nursing home over visitation plan

    Chittenden County schools plan for ‘hybrid’ reopening

    NH school districts chart their own reopening plans

    Pandemic deepens financial insecurity of Social Security

    Cuomo tells young people now is not the time to ‘fight for your right to party’

    Report recommends more virus-related data on race, ethnicity

    Why Vermont banks want your spare change

    Remaining stranded ski workers head home to Peru

    Vermont goes virtual for job fair series

    COVID testing 101

    Organizations helping to feed Vermont families

    Vermont hospital cuts addiction treatment to cut costs

    Vt. health insurers ask state regulators for rate hikes

    New Burlington fitness park offers outdoor workout for all

    Plattsburgh nursing home plans to defy visitor restriction guidelines

    UVM agrees to negotiate with faculty over COVID reopening plans; union drops complaint

    Welch says Vt. delegation working to protect USCIS workers

    Senate rejects Sanders amendment to slash Pentagon budget

    Canadian court invalidates asylum agreement with the US

    Bus rep: NH school bus drivers can’t be ‘mask police’

    Feeding Chittenden adapting to increased demand

    Survey finds majority of Vermonters wearing masks

    Alarmed by nationwide COVID spike, Scott to hold the line on Vt. spigot

    Health officials affirm no COVID-19 outbreak in southern Vermont

    Disagreement over reliability of antigen testing

    What will school look like this fall for New Hampshire students ?

    Leahy introduces bill to block Trump’s attempt to withdraw from WHO

    Williston case highlights transmission and containment of virus at school

    Sununu announces mask-wearing campaign, lawmakers OK mandate

    Federal unemployment benefit ends this week

    Kuster quizzes pharmaceutical companies on COVID vaccine

    Sununu signs telemedicine bill

    Vt. health officials say COVID not widespread in Manchester area

    Record number of ballots requested for Vt. primary election

    How COVID-19 survivors in Vermont are helping patients nationwide

    New York virus hospitalizations drop; Cuomo urges vigilance

    Survey: Few expect students will social distance in school

    Tutors and teachers try to get students up to speed after remote learning

    NH woman in COVID coma gives birth at DHMC

    UVM study: Job exposure, behavior affect coronavirus transmission

    Scott says data supports reopening schools

    Teachers, students react to Vermont back-to-school plans

    Cuomo cracks down, says NY bars were never cleared to open

    Will evictions spike when moratorium expires ?

    Burlington businesses say state’s spigot turns may not be enough

    Early results of UVM research tracking COVID’s spread in Vermont

    Leahy gets brief break at home before return to DC

    Health officials: Recent southern Vt. COVID cases likely false positives

    Sununu signs 1 pandemic-related bill, vetoes another

    Vermont June unemployment drops to 9.4%

    ECHO Center to offer free admission till September

    Vermont Army National Guard to hold Rutland food drive

    Mask-making group creates quilt that tells the story of its makers

    Vt. officials provide briefing on southern Vermont outbreak

    Company pitches rapid COVID-19 test results for businesses

    Health officials investigate a mysterious case of coronavirus behind bars

    Teachers' union head criticizes New Hampshire guidance

    Norwich cancels fall sports season

    NH bike week on for August, but vendors banned

    Burlington School District holds meeting to answer parents' questions

    New funds for NH businesses, public universities, foster care

    Cuomo: NYC not ready to open malls, museums yet

    How FEMA is helping with COVID-19 efforts in our region

    Local sailing organization says thank you to health care workers

    Hundreds line up for coronavirus testing in southern Vermont

    Vermont inmate tests positive for coronavirus

    Vt. officials working to provide waiver to camp staying at Rutland hotel

    Chittenden County camp modifies operations after positive COVID test

    Vt. state colleges offer choices for online, on-campus learning

    Governor Scott gets high marks on COVID-19 response

    Gillibrand: Trump COVID-19 inaction has alienated world community

    Some Vermont businesses left out of federal, state relief funds

    Can COVID-19 linger or do some people get it twice ?

    Gillibrand visits Saranac Lake lab immersed in COVID research

    Vermont extending state of emergency to mid-August

    State tracking apparent COVID-19 outbreak in southern Vermont

    Presumed positive for COVID-19 vs. confirmed positive

    Vermont agriculture, health care relief payments on the way

    NY North Country schools, parents react to Cuomo return to school plan

    Scott to extend COVID emergency order to mid-August

    Vt. human services secretary warns of risky behavior

    New guidance for long-term care facilities

    Former Gov. Dean says Vermont doing great job with COVID-19

    Dorset closes swimming in quarry to prevent COVID spread

    Teachers, students worry about being forced back to online learning

    Coronavirus outbreak in Manchester ?

    Patient at Northern NY nursing home tests positive for COVID-19

    New York to require tracking info from travelers

    Requests for absentee ballots skyrocket in Vermont

    Donovan joins AGs suing ICE over new rule for international students

    Legal challenge to Sununu moves forward

    Vt. applications for housing help, pharmacy testing begin Monday

    New Hampshire Food Bank on track to hand out record amount of food

    New Hampshire offers apprentice hunting license for fall

    New York outlines the when and hows of a return to school

    NH judge rules against man challenging emergency declaration, mask law

    The science behind mask recommendations

    Thermal imaging scanners check your temperature at Burlington airport

    Monday Morning Mention: Pandemic Haircuts

    $25M effort to support Vermont renters, landlords kicks off next week

    Woodstock joins Vermont communities mandating face masks

    Infections rise among young in NH, Catholic schools to reopen

    Tax filing deadline looms near

    Burlington School District to discuss results from back-to-school survey

    Governor Scott to send letter to bar owners

    Burlington property taxpayers can defer payments until Sept. 14

    Champlain College cuts online tuition for Burlington students

    Lacrosse tournament canceled after threats from community

    Orthodox Jewish camp in Rutland warned over COVID violation

    Positive COVID-19 test at North Country prison housing older inmates

    NH House speaker weighs in on Trump rally masks

    NY malls get greenlight to open Friday

    Waterbury joins Vermont communities requiring masks

    Vt. health officials say contract tracing is working

    Hundreds of UVM international students impacted by ICE decision

    Local colleges respond to new international student restrictions

    NYC mayor: Schools will reopen in fall with hybrid learning

    Blind voters sue over New Hampshire absentee ballot system

    Pay cuts at the University of Vermont spark debate over inequity

    $6.5M to go toward HVAC improvements at Vermont schools

    Vermont releases guidance for college reopenings

    A look at which Vermont companies got PPP funds

    Is better air filtration the key to reopen COVID-closed businesses ?

    Program provides kids with summer camp in a box

    New Burlington schools superintendent rolls out 100-day plan

    Governor expects to extend Vermont’s state of emergency

    New York adds more states to travel advisory

    Vt. business owners jump at new pandemic grants

    Shaheen discloses payroll aid loans to family’s businesses

    Sununu: ‘I will always welcome the president’

    Blackout Day supports Black-owned businesses

    Vermont City Marathon cancellation made with runners in mind

    Vt. health commissioner says nursing home protocols working

    Group advocates for release of elderly NY prisoners

    Applications now open for Vt. businesses applying for stimulus money

    People line up for hours at reopened Clinton County DMV

    Many Vermont businesses looking to hire for the summer

    Are campers following Vermont COVID-19 precautions ?

    Vermont State Colleges System picks new chancellor

    Upper Valley summer camp provides training ground for return to school

    Trump to hold outdoor campaign rally in Portsmouth, NH

    Nearly 12,000 Vermont businesses share more than $1.1B in stimulus funds

    Ski area owned by NH gov’s family, other resorts get PPP loans

    Cuomo praises New Yorkers for COVID-19 efforts

    Vermont City Marathon scraps 2020 event plans

    Tattoos, manicures will be available as NYC enters Phase 3

    NH minority business owners feel left behind

    Montpelier independent school closes

    Burlington School District seeks input on how to reopen schools

    New technology keeping workers safe in reopened offices

    NY count: 6,300 virus patients were sent to nursing homes

    Predicting the next deadly pandemic

    Survey finds anxiety, depression spiking in Black Americans

    Burlington urban assistance program adapts for safety

    Hikers need to be aware and prepare during pandemic

    UVM students face decision for fall: On-campus or online ?

    Vermont home sales surge in the wake of the coronavirus

    NY bowling alleys, movie theaters still waiting to get things rolling

    Behind the scenes with sign language interpreters

    Mountain bikers hit the slopes at Vermont resorts

    Vermont reports 9 new coronavirus cases, no new deaths

    NY reports 918 new virus infections, 9 COVID-19 deaths

    Vt. health commissioner concerned about rapid-result tests

    With festivities canceled, how are families marking the 4th ?

    Fire officials remind Vermonters fireworks are illegal to set off without permit

    Vt. boasts best-in-the-nation rates; health experts still want you to follow guidelines

    Stoweflake Hot Air Balloon Festival canceled due to pandemic

    Why some businesses may stick with telecommuting

    Church Street employees able to sign up for free garage parking in Burlington

    Feds stop sending nursing homes gowns described as useless

    Concerning data on how COVID-19 affects women in Vermont

    NH senators question FEMA’s quality control measures after faulty PPE reports

    Are Burlington businesses seeing a rebound ?

    Is it safe to work out at a gym ?

    Plattsburgh waterfront drive-in music series kicks off Saturday

    Scott signs off on 2nd round of stimulus funding

    Scott allows vote-by-mail to become law, asks lawmakers for fix

    Shaheen demands answers on plans for COVID-19 vaccine

    Better safe than soggy ? Wet ballots worry NH election officials

    Welch: Vermont towns would receive help in House relief package

    Montpelier City Hall reopens for in-person appointments

    Coronavirus pushes fireworks displays to the backyard

    Farmers to Families food box program to continue through August

    Does my postal worker have to wear a mask when delivering the mail ?

    Walmart turning 160 parking lots into drive-in theaters

    Leahy: 1,111 set for furlough at Vermont immigration center

    Vt. businesses can apply for stimulus money Monday

    Packed pop-up COVID testing sites allow for walk-ins

    NH nursing homes say feds sent useless protective equipment

    Vermont starting campaign to encourage mask-wearing

    Vermont state workers to see one-time bonus payment

    New Hampshire to resume trials in August

    State warns Burlington bars for violating governor’s orders

    No airlines leaving Burlington airport

    Group protests educator pay cuts at UVM

    Can summer school give the state a lesson for fall classes ?

    Burlington School District seeks input on school reopening

    Akwesasne Mohawk Casino sets August reopening date

    Higher benefits coming for 3SquaresVT recipients

    Burton Snowboards moves summer sale online

    Bandana is least effective form of face mask, study says

    Tensions flare as Burlington City Council passes 2021 budget

    Coronavirus has more families seeking mental health help for kids

    Why the pandemic has some businesses booming

    Sanders pushes task force to commit to COVID-19 vaccine for all

    Leahy calls for comprehensive COVID-19 testing, tracing

    Sununu blames COVID-19 for $540M budget shortfall in NH

    NH House passes package of pandemic-related bills

    NY adds states to quarantine list

    The challenges of campaigning during a pandemic

    Guard deployment on schedule despite coronavirus

    Judge: Gov. Cuomo’s eviction suspension is constitutional

    NH House passes worker voting bills related to coronavirus

    How South Burlington is enforcing mandatory mask requirement

    CVMC to use thermal imaging camera for temperature screenings

    Big E fair canceled due to pandemic

    Scott expands travel map to low-COVID counties across Northeast

    Vermont virtual legislative session to adjourn Friday

    Vermont mask spreads message of unity in face of pandemic

    Opening weekend for camping at Vermont State Parks

    Judge blocks 25% capacity rule for religious services in NY

    Vermont health commissioner: Budget your exposure

    8 Vermont police officers test negative in 1st round of COVID-19 tests

    Hassan asks for action on scammers

    Vermont primary early voting starts Friday

    Burlington to close some downtown streets to support businesses

    Child care center expanding Chittenden County locations

    Maine hotels reopen to out-of-staters; Vt., NH exempt from quarantine

    COVID cancels Vermont fairs but you can still enjoy the food

    NH agencies teaming up to offer families health, wellness kits

    Vermont to allow larger social gatherings on Friday

    How much should people be told about COVID in their communities ?

    Local movie theaters prepare to reopen with precautions

    Why are more Catholic Churches closing their doors ?

    7 new cases; Inmate at St. Albans prison tests positive

    Vermonters taking part in UVM COVID-19 study

    Construction crews starting to make up ground after shutdown

    Tattoo shops see a boom in business after reopening

    Flynn cancels all main stage performances through 2020

    Fund created to help self-employed in New Hampshire

    Vermont virus clusters contained; further openings expected Friday

    UVM researcher says many prefer telecommuting

    Basic health precautions remain key deterrent to viral spread

    UVM hopes to be part of COVID-19 vaccine testing

    Travelers to NY, NJ, Conn. told to isolate; NY malls, movie theaters, gyms to stay closed

    NH housing industry experts warn evictions could spike

    NH bill would help electricians, contractors; fair canceled

    Clinton County DMV to reopen by appointment only Wednesday

    Why gas prices are starting to pump back up

    UVM Medical Center now allowing some visitation

    How to prep your pet for your return to the workplace

    Grace Potter, Dave Matthews to headline virtual benefit concert

    Vt. fatal overdoses doubled in first two months of pandemic

    Glover students try to recoup class trip money

    Vt. unemployment insurance decrease aims to help during COVID

    Pink slips Tuesday at National Life

    NH nursing home employees will continue to get hazard pay

    Windham County COVID-19 cluster limited to ‘familial connections’

    Gillibrand calls for release of USDA rural broadband funding

    Vermont State College System seeks input on temporary chancellor

    NH task force: Concerns over social distancing, hybrid learning

    Bennington College reopens outdoor public spaces

    Physically distant fitness: Gyms adjust to the coronavirus

    Lake Placid Ironman tentatively rescheduled for August

    Burlington City Council to vote on police cuts next week

    Restaurants hold out hope for $120B federal aid package

    If a vaccine came out for COVID-19, would you get it ?

    Many regional camps scrap 2020 season

    Scott asks Vermonters to stay united, avoid virus political polarization

    Summer camps that meet COVID-19 guidelines kick off

    NY Jewish sleepaway camp operators sue for coronavirus closures

    Maine has widest virus racial disparity gap in the country

    From shops to dining out, NYC reopening hits ‘biggest piece’

    White River Jct. creates outdoor seating for restaurants

    Vermont plastic bag ban July 1; some states delay amid virus

    Vermont hopes to pass 1st quarter budget, return in August

    Why working from home is burning people out

    Report: Rural Vermont, New Hampshire responded well to virus

    Mutation may make coronavirus more infectious

    Families reconnect with loved ones at Berlin nursing home on Father’s Day

    Governor relaxes rules on tourism, hospitality industries

    Did COVID-19 spread at UVM basketball game ?

    Friends, family bid farewell to Vermont’s first coronavirus victim

    How Vermont summer camps are dealing with social distancing

    100 Days of Cuomo: Governor ends daily COVID-19 briefings

    New Hampshire summer school guidance issued

    Haircut event helps stylists who helped their community

    Rutland maps out plan to help struggling businesses

    Welch: The sooner the better on CARES Act allocations

    Vermont motorcyclists able to get a license

    Vermont to allow drive-in 4th of July fireworks

    Killington Resort to do drive-in fireworks display for the Fourth

    Vermont wins grant to help with COVID-19-related services

    Stowe, Okemo, Mount Snow set to open June 26th

    New guidance on reopening Vermont schools raises questions

    Farmers to Families food distribution contract extended

    How Vermont senior facilities are readying for visitors

    Vermont reports first COVID-19 death since May

    NVU advisory committee presents recommendations

    NH amusement parks, movie theaters to open soon

    Cuomo: NYC is on track for next phase of virus reopening

    Plexiglass installers see boom in ‘sneeze guards’

    Plattsburgh mayor gets budget proposal out early

    Fairlee’s Whippi Dip calls it quits

    Burlington airport experiments with new temperature gauges

    Dentists face unique challenges to reopen

    Researchers look to robots to fight the coronavirus

    Thunder Road season gets underway Thursday without fans

    Vt. health commissioner: Avoid out-of-state travel if you can

    Scott greenlights visitation at Vt. long-term care facilities, nursing homes

    Vermont restaurants worry stimulus relief won’t go far enough

    New guidance released for reopening Vermont schools

    North Country student shares song about class of 2020

    ‘Literally incomprehensible’: Sanders condemns Trump rally

    Vermont State of Emergency could expire by Labor Day

    No confirmed COVID-19 cases connected to Vermont protests

    Inmate recently transferred to Vermont tests positive for COVID-19

    No active cases of COVID-19 in Clinton County

    Some Vermont teachers concerned about reopening guidance

    Vermont saving money as lawmakers work remotely

    Vt. DMV resumes commercial vehicle learner’s permit testing

    Lost summer: Many NH day, residential camps closed

    Vermont lawmakers scale back broadband plans

    NerdWallet survey: How the pandemic alters Americans' financial habits

    Saving money on your cellphone bill during the pandemic

    Widely available drug cuts coronavirus-related deaths in study

    Nectar’s to resume live concerts this weekend

    FDA cautions pet owners about spreading coronavirus in new video

    Vermont SBAC test results highlight familiar achievement gap

    Closure of college-run child care blindsides Chittenden County parents

    What will return to UVM look like for students, faculty ?

    Vermont lawmakers work to finalize $500M funding plan

    US-Canada border closure extension frustrates North Country businesses

    Plattsburgh mayor pitches budget; public hearing scheduled for Thursday

    Efficiency Vermont expands weatherization program eligibility

    Regulatory loophole leaves Vt. driver’s ed students, teachers in limbo

    New Hampshire Senate returns to Statehouse

    New Hampshire unemployment rate 14.5% for May

    Maine sees increase in Vermont, New Hampshire travelers

    Why the coronavirus has some moving in the middle of the pandemic

    Some NH long-term care centers will allow outdoor visits soon

    How to prevent ‘mask-ne’ from your face mask

    Vermont museum asks public to help pick exhibitions

    Vermont state of emergency extended to July 15

    Vermont, New Hampshire offer contrasting reopening strategies

    Do serology tests make sense for Vermont ?

    Winooski outbreak reaches 83 cases

    Cuomo expands gatherings to 25 in North Country, phase 3 areas

    New Hampshire stay-at-home order to expire; more businesses to reopen

    University of Vermont releases reopening plan

    Rutland schools gathering ideas for reopening

    Vermont campgrounds can now reopen at full capacity

    Motorcycle testing can now resume at Vermont DMV

    Welch: Efforts underway to give businesses more flexibility on PPP loans

    Last day for Parkway Diner in South Burlington

    Perky Planet forced to lay off employees but to remain open

    Parking enforcement goes back to normal in Burlington

    Coronavirus opens up more opportunities for online predators

    Why some claustrophobics suffer from face mask anxiety

    Pop-up testing continues through next week

    Why experts worry pandemic will lead to more child drownings

    NH pen pal program forges connections beyond nursing homes

    Vermont Institute of Natural Science to reopen outdoor exhibits

    New Hampshire seniors graduate via ski lift

    Checking in on indoor dining in Vermont

    Stock car racing returns to Vermont

    Low-risk youth sports could begin in Northern NY in July

    SuperCuts hair stylist gets $500 tip

    Outbreak aside, Vt. health officials say state remains on path to reopening

    Scott slams Legislature for delaying stimulus package

    North Country spas, restaurants allowed to open their doors

    Class of 2020 gets creative for graduation

    Furloughs coming to US Citizenship and Immigration Services

    Slow restart for New Hampshire lodging industry

    NH businesses in need of financial help face midnight deadline

    Is the air travel industry taking off again ?

    Vermont Legislature gives final approval to mail voting

    Vermont NEA says fall school reopening a heavy lift

    Future funding for food distribution sites uncertain

    Governor to skip Thunder Road this year

    NH racetrack that violated orders gets OK to open before others

    No overnight summer camps in NY over virus concerns

    Why working from home may be the new normal after the pandemic

    High-tech help for companies working to reopen safely

    Dartmouth requires cloth face masks on campus

    Pandemic doesn’t stop Cabot students from producing original musical

    Vt. lawmakers add police reform to busy COVID-19 agenda

    NH legislators reconvene in hockey arena, wearing masks

    Vt. school nurses weigh in on state’s reopening plans

    How new Americans in Vermont are handling the COVID crisis

    New Hampshire to go from stay-at-home to ‘safer’ at home

    Northern New York enters phase 3 of reopening

    Plattsburgh mall tenants frustrated by exclusion from phase 2 reopening

    Wide distribution of absentee ballot applications suggested in NH

    Wait to reopen ? Some NYC shops run out of patience

    Final tests of some COVID-19 vaccines to start next month

    Pandemic tests Vermont health care reform efforts

    No positive coronavirus tests at Southern State Correctional Facility

    Status of Lake Placid Ironman still unclear

    Opening date of Colchester Causeway delayed

    Northern Vermont University releases plans for abbreviated fall semester

    Vt. education officials provide initial guidance on reopening

    Students, parents weigh in on Vermont kids heading back to class

    State proposes $23M plan to address housing for homeless

    New Hampshire marks 100 days of COVID-19

    Sanders pushes for GOP action on environment, racial inequality, pandemic

    Vermont House approves mail-in election

    Winooski-based virus cluster up to 74 cases

    Vermont class of 2020 high school grads gifted a college course

    How scam artists are capitalizing on coronavirus fears

    More food distribution events added to schedule

    Rural US hospitals struggle to keep doors open

    NerdWallet: Still undecided about college this fall ? Know these 4 options

    NY relaxes testing requirement for nursing home staffers

    Why should you wear a face mask ?

    How the show will go on... with a twist to make it safe

    Is Santa safe ? NH task force says yes in amusement park plan

    Virus spike in Winooski hits immigrant communities

    Vermont labor unions picket in Burlington against job cuts

    Technical difficulty stymies Vermonters trying to file for unemployment

    Help proposed for NH residents still struggling to pay for housing

    Milton revotes school budget with drive-thru polls

    NH Libertarian Party says signature requirement unreasonable

    400-member NH House prepares for 1st session since pandemic

    Coronavirus sparks major losses for fireworks industry

    How a Vermont family is helping neighbors in need

    St. Albans pool to open for lessons and swim team this month

    New York nursing homes ask state to ease virus test mandate

    Should you send your child to summer camp during the pandemic ?

    Why the coronavirus has Americans turning to RVs

    Burlington and South Burlington teachers celebrate middle-schoolers

    Burlington mayor sets new deadlines for CityPlace developers

    Winooski outbreak expands to Burlington

    Vermont restaurants open for limited indoor dining

    Pandemic spurs redevelopment plan in downtown Rutland

    False positive test triggers scare at Rutland long-term care facility

    All eyes' on New York: Reopening tests city torn by crises

    Canada eases border restriction, allows immediate family in

    Burlington ‘Box it in’ program seeing few takers

    Food distribution events could be drawing to a close

    NH unemployment paid since March 24 tops sum of last 8 years

    DMV offices to reopen Monday for in-person road test appointments

    Brattleboro making it easier for businesses to provide outdoor services

    Some recreational sports cleared to resume in Vermont

    Killington switches gears to mountain biking

    Burlington teachers celebrate students with car parade

    Burlington Police report no concerns with college student compliance

    Vt. lodging, travel restrictions dropped for some visitors

    Vermont restaurants cleared to open limited indoor dining

    Critics say COVID outreach to Winooski lacking

    North Country schools struggle with budget uncertainty

    Cross-border couple stymied by coronavirus closure

    NH wedding venues, indoor dining get June 15 greenlight

    Scott administration pitches $375M hospital stabilization plan

    Lebanon City Council considers reversing course on 3% tax hike

    Pay cuts part of cost-cutting measures at UVM

    NH lodgings reopen; sunbathing allowed at beaches

    Lives Lost: Twins were gentle giants in small Vermont town

    Fancy Dance school celebration hits the road

    JC Penney closing 4 stores in our region

    Eden girl’s farm dreams come true

    Winooski COVID cluster continues to grow

    UVM researchers study lessons learned from coronavirus crisis

    New Hampshire track ready to race with empty stands

    North Country restaurants open up for outdoor dining

    Cuomo: Protesters have ‘civic duty’ to get virus tested

    IRS accidentally mails stimulus checks to deceased people

    NH hospitalizations remain steady; no bed shortage

    Montpelier makes masks mandatory in public businesses

    UVM Campus Children’s School will not reopen

    CVPH resuming lab tests, EKGs

    Senate considers coronavirus' ongoing impacts on colleges

    Vermonters turn to ice cream as coronavirus comfort food

    North Country hospitals getting back to normal hours

    Telehealth expansion could become permanent under NH bill

    Farm-to-table dining takes on new meaning amid pandemic

    Winooski test site reveals additional COVID cases

    Pop-up testing site at UVM part of Burlington’s ‘Box it in’ plan

    Indoor dining, loosening of Vt. tourism restrictions expected Friday

    North Country restaurants can offer outdoor dining Thursday

    Sununu defends support of protests during pandemic

    State plans to use CARES Act money to help Vt. hospitals

    Half of Vermont child care providers reopen in 1st week

    2 Upper Valley restaurants closing

    Restaurants in much of NY get green light for outdoor dining

    New Hampshire candidates urged to file paperwork by mail

    Many companies now rescinding job offers to new college grads

    Champlain College offering virtual gap year program

    Northern New York church providing meals to needy

    CVPH offering curbside pharmacy pickups

    How the coronavirus overwhelmed a Vt. nursing home

    Vermont Mountaineers donate tickets, team apparel to CVMC workers

    Businesses urge Vt. Legislature to expedite $400M stimulus package

    Are Vermont shoppers wearing face masks ?

    Mental health officials seeing pent up surge in ‘COVID fatigue’

    Employers learn to navigate health privacy laws

    NH lawmakers want study of safety in long-term care facilities

    Vermont Senate passes bill to allow mail-in voting

    Food giveaway packs SUNY Plattsburgh Field House

    Quechee Hot Air Balloon Festival canceled this summer

    Seniors get a lesson in face mask safety

    Personal protective equipment being handed out in Rutland

    Telehealth keeping providers, patients connected

    Vt. Procurement Technical Assistance Center offers financial assistance to businesses

    How coronavirus is changing the face of the beauty industry

    With no pro-games, sports cards make a comeback

    Burlington City Council postpones action on wealth tax

    Gov. Sununu says he supports protesters

    Field of candidates finalized for Vermont August primary

    South Burlington voters revote school budget

    Vt. private campgrounds frustrated with out-of-state restrictions

    Plattsburgh restaurant pleads for more space to keep diners safe

    In new age of remote work, Vt. businesses consider office space needs

    LCI Father’s Day fishing derby a go with some changes

    Chris Rock, Rosie Perez join Cuomo to push mask use

    What goes into stopping spread of COVID-19 in Vermont

    Most New Hampshire hospital overflow sites closing

    Hassan holds roundtable on expanding NH internet access

    NH racetrack puts brakes on season; unemployment claims down

    Amtrak ridership down; cuts coming

    Election officials move forward with system for mail-in voting

    Dartmouth to apply for federal coronavirus relief funding

    Vt. State Colleges to create chancellor search committee

    Some New York churchgoers upset over reopening restrictions

    Program helps feed hungry Vermonters and help farmers

    Coronavirus takes deadly toll on African American communities

    Is your information secure when you use telehealth ?

    Fair Haven’s ‘mystery books’ substitute for closed library

    Music teacher’s song sends message of hope

    Vt. social gathering limit to be loosened Friday

    Vt. health officials: New Long-term care visitation policies in the works

    Upper Valley sees first business casualties of pandemic

    How getting a haircut will change in the North Country

    Vermont high schools plan alternative graduation ceremonies

    Event rental companies struggle with cancellations

    Cuomo urges Trump to ‘do the right thing’ on infrastructure, state aid

    Vermont Senate considering vote-by-mail legislation

    Controversy within Vermont DMV on how to reopen

    NH task force approves rules for sports, gambling, driver’s ed

    Trusted Traveler Program enrollment centers to remain shut down

    Burlington landlords prepare for influx of returning college students

    How school resource officer keeps up with kids during coronavirus

    Vermont lawmakers tasked with mapping stimulus spending

    VA Medical Center resuming some in-person services

    NH Department of Corrections transfer tests positive for virus

    Twins born prematurely to mom with coronavirus go home

    Burlington elementary students and teachers to participate in car parade

    Plattsburgh mayor to hand out PPE to personal care workers

    Virtual babysitting services take off during the coronavirus

    The challenges ahead: Exclusive interview with Gov. Phil Scott

    Vt. lawmakers at standstill over hazard pay for essential workers

    Food giveaway closes Burlington Beltline

    DMV closure putting strain on parents, teens, driving instructors

    North Country students collect food, money to help community

    Farm aid program opens for applications Tuesday

    Time running short for NH small businesses to apply for CARES Act grants

    New Hampshire expands virus testing to more workers

    Rivendell first school district to take post-shutdown budget vote

    New Hampshire libraries, museums get help during pandemic

    New Hampshire to offer online boater safety certificate

    Vermont Historical Society looks to tell state’s COVID story

    What psychiatric problems can follow a severe case of COVID-19 ?

    Concerns about 2nd wave of coronavirus, related syndrome in kids

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    Vermonters observe altered Memorial Day traditions

    Tunbridge World’s Fair called off for 3rd time in nearly 150 years

    Vermont brewpubs welcome back outside service

    Summer season starts in Vermont with a cautious kickoff

    Tibetan terrier finds fame on Panton woman’s blog

    Cuomo calls for death benefits for front-line workers

    Fallen soldiers honored in Burlington’s Battery Park

    Vermont musicians take part in communal taps

    Vergennes Memorial Day car parade also honors teacher

    State to shut down some pop-up alternative care sites

    Why the state wants reopening businesses to check their water

    New Hampshire state leaders pushing for more nursing home aid

    NH officials seek public input on school reopening plans

    Vt. art teacher moves students from online to on-lawn learning

    Quiet Memorial Day; officials encourage you to get outside safely

    Military heroes being remembered across our region

    Online NH Veterans Cemetery ceremony filmed in advance

    Beaches closed in New Hampshire; coastal towns still in business

    Pandemic puts training service dogs for veterans on hold

    Port-a-potties return to Vermont fishing accesses

    Vt. health officials give greenlight to medical, dental, hairstylist visits

    High-flying salute to Vermont essential workers

    Why Vermont still isn’t ready to welcome out-of-state visitors

    Municipalities, banks, utilities feel ripple effect of taxpayers' woes

    Burlington to help restaurants, retailers with street closures, parking spaces

    NY movie fans flock to Franklin County field for feature presentation

    Bike sales soar during pandemic despite supply problems

    Rutland gym owner allowed to open outside

    Vt. officials reviewing CDC school recommendations

    NH reports first case of coronavirus-related syndrome in child

    Champlain Valley Fair canceled for 1st time in nearly 100 years

    Governor: Vermont cities, towns to decide on fireworks

    New Hampshire weighs new virus rules for salons, child care

    When should NYC reopen ? Governor says it is his call

    Vermont unemployment jumped by 12% in April

    Vt. congressional delegation respond to reports of layoffs over child care

    New Hampshire beaches to open June 1 with restrictions

    New York beaches open Friday for swimming

    Local Motion allowing online bike rental reservations

    Darn Tough selling Farmers Market Sock to raise money for Vermont Foodbank

    Wallingford man home after battle with coronavirus

    Why dermatologists say sunscreen is now more important than ever

    Coronavirus has social media up, influencers down

    Farmers being thanked with a lunchtime pizza break

    Struggling business closes doors under the coronavirus

    Homeless in hotels to be relocated to South Burlington

    Long lines for free food in Thetford

    Can Vermont schools meet strict new CDC rules to reopen ?

    North Beach Campground to be used as homeless tent site

    Vermont restaurants open for outside dining Friday

    Is Vermont’s prison pandemic playbook worth copying ?

    Burlington asks public to be mindful of crowding at recreation hot spots

    Vt. lawmakers to address Scott stimulus plan next week

    Not all Vermonters protected from losing jobs over child care

    Employers that previously hired foreign workers look to locals

    NY investigating 159 cases of COVID-related illness in children

    F-35 flyover on Friday to honor Vermont’s front-line workers

    Initial unemployment claims on the decline in New Hampshire

    New Hampshire could differ from neighbors on lodging rules

    Vermont City Marathon encourages runners to support local hotels

    Vt. communities taking different approaches on mask requirements

    UVM Health Network shares policy for elective procedures

    New York’s ‘Patron Saint of PPE’ goes into debt to donate

    Special delivery ! Llama brings food to remote residents

    Pandemic delays Burlington City Hall Park project

    Scott proposes $400M business stimulus package

    Scott stimulus proposal includes cash for struggling dairy farmers

    Stimulus plan holds money to help house homeless

    Vermont restaurants get the go-ahead for outdoor dining

    Coronavirus survival story: 43 days in the hospital

    NY sheriff threatens to charge those who lie to contact tracers

    Scott holding out hope U.S. Senate will deliver on state relief package

    Rogue Rutland gym ordered to bring equipment back inside

    Serology tests removed from Vermont coronavirus testing data

    COVID-19 testing mandatory before elective surgery at CVPH

    Testing sites added, eligibility loosened in New Hampshire

    Religious gatherings of up to 10 people now allowed in NY

    July 4th celebrations in danger

    How COVID-19 is changing the gig worker industry

    Time running out for child cares, day camps to apply for stipends

    NH rural health clinics get money to expand virus testing

    Research shows technology could help with anxiety, depression

    Pandemic shines spotlight on the need for diapers

    Burlington couple ties the knot after renewing lapsed license

    How brides are picking ‘the dress’ in virtual appointments

    Burlington may use federal funds to help some pay rent

    Vermont camp conundrum: How to stay safe and stay open

    Why Vermont is now closely tracking coronavirus in kids

    Scott to announce $400M business economic stimulus package

    NH Democrats: Sununu steering emergency contracts to political allies

    Sued Vermont gym reopens as outdoor fitness facility

    North Country businesses brace for extended border closure

    Music moves online with help from local brewery

    Warren cancels 4th of July celebration

    New York to allow small Memorial Day ceremonies

    New Hampshire task force approves rules for camps, sports

    Rutland wastewater test doesn’t detect COVID-19

    Flags to fly at half-staff for Vt. coronavirus victims

    Appeals court OKs June 23 NY Democratic presidential primary

    Heroes Act includes rural broadband funding

    NH unemployment hits record 16.3% in coronavirus pandemic

    Will airlines be able to lure back lost travelers ?

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    Negative COVID-19 tests at St. Johnsbury prison

    New Hampshire closes in on nursing home testing goals

    Are mandatory face masks unconstitutional ?

    Fertility treatments put on hold by COVID-19 slowly resume

    9-year-old spreading joy with doughnut delivery service

    CityPlace construction faces new delays

    City of Burlington to require masks in most stores

    Tough summer ahead for Vermont tourism sector

    Vermont nonessential retailers reopen after 2-month pause

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    Student parties lead to spike in coronavirus cases

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    Pandemic prompts cuts at UVM Health Network

    Scott says update coming soon on elective surgery

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    Chiropractor shares simple stretches you can do while working from home

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    UVM leaders confident classes will resume on campus in fall

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    Thousands of Vermonters receive their 1st PUA payments

    150 Clinton County employees furloughed

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    Vermont crematories help to process dead from NYC

    Quarantine lifted at Plattsburgh senior apartment complex

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    Economist says pandemic could fundamentally change regional economy

    Woman accused of pulling gun over social distancing sign

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    CVPH clinical trial uses blood plasma from COVID-recovered

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    Hassan calls for increased testing for COVID-19

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    Cuomo says testing key to restarting the economy

    Vermont requests federal disaster funding

    Vermont grocers call for delay of plastic bag ban

    NH governor orders closure of hotels, inns, short-term rentals

    Burlington nursing home to retest residents for COVID-19

    Stefanik calls for mobile COVID-19 test sites in North Country

    Hannaford donates $750K to regional COVID-19 response efforts

    RV owners help health care workers protect their families

    Americans left stuck at home turn to online learning

    White House Historical Association launches educational resources to help students working at home

    Neighborhood throws birthday parade for Colchester boy

    Sununu creates office to oversee virus-related relief funds

    Vermont jury trials, bar exam postponed

    Full UVM budget on hold amid pandemic

    Dartmouth-Hitchcock requires masks for patients, visitors

    Channel 3 This Morning introduces remote anchoring

    Burlington mayor vows to fight for residents amid COVID-19 pandemic

    As need for blood donations increase, LGBTQ community faces hurdles

    FDA approves first study aimed to understand coronavirus

    Many Vermonters still waiting on unemployment checks

    Vt. health officials say state ‘doing well’ to flatten curve

    Burlington Police to only issue stay-at-home fines as a last resort

    How to make a face mask out of a bandanna

    Hanover teen makes it home from study abroad

    Massive volunteer mask-making effort underway in Burlington

    Coronavirus means a lonely season for Vermont maple sugar-makers

    Vermont stay-at-home order to be extended beyond mid-April

    Not all staffers at Burlington care facility tested for COVID-19 after all

    Supply glut forces some dairy farmers to dump milk

    Vt. health officials now encouraging face masks for all

    Sununu says state preparing for surge in COVID-19 patients

    Cuomo orders shift in ventilators to overwhelmed hospitals

    Burlington airport looking at projected $20M in losses

    Spirit cancels flights to and from Plattsburgh through May 4

    Struggling small businesses can start applying for new loans

    Who will get federal relief money ?

    Will coronavirus force summer camps to cancel ?

    ‘Face covering’ doesn’t have to mean mask

    Facebook group creator hopes to spread rainbows in troubled times

    Vermont stockpiling PPE for health care workers

    Vermont organization now delivering food to the homeless

    Many college students not eligible for stimulus checks

    Vermont group donates masks to Bennington Police Department

    Real estate businesses shift their practices during COVID-19

    COVID-19 expected to peak in Vermont in mid-April or early May

    Statistical snapshot of Vermont’s early coronavirus cases

    Vt. order to curb nonessential sales raises questions for shoppers

    Concerns continue over safe shopping

    Coronavirus testing underway at Burlington care facility

    More Birchwood Terrace residents test positive for COVID-19

    Scott orders additional medical surge sites in Essex Jct., Rutland

    Mayor calls Plattsburgh City curfew ‘essentially voluntary’

    Cuomo appeals to businesses for supplies; NY death toll hits 2,373

    Infected Plattsburgh millennial offers advice: ‘This is serious’

    State officials: No broken ventilators sent to Vermont

    The health care workers keeping hospitals clean

    VTrans, DMV counting out-of-state travelers

    Are stay-at-home orders putting vulnerable kids at greater risk of abuse ?

    Robots join the fight against coronavirus in Italy’s hospitals

    How a Vermont bank is supporting its workers and the community

    Trash haulers seeing more waste during stay home, stay safe order

    Vermont Comedy Club goes virtual

    Zoom to fix security holes that allow hackers to hijack classes, meetings

    Bitter business for maple syrup makers amid virus outbreak

    Vermont finding new ways to vote safely

    Vermont checking for out-of-state plates at border

    Vt. officials present relief plans for small businesses

    Sanders, Schumer call for Labor Dept. to hasten unemployment benefits

    Vt. lawmakers consider giving frontline workers ‘hazard pay’

    Scott encouraged by how Vermonters are meeting challenge of COVID-19

    Cuomo expects to see apex of curve at end of April

    Northern NY hospitals prepare for coronavirus patients from downstate

    City of Plattsburgh enacts curfew to stop spread of COVID-19

    Do you need to wear a mask in public ?

    All residents, staffers at Burlington care facility to be tested for coronavirus

    Another Burlington care facility faces coronavirus outbreak

    Dartmouth-Hitchcock researchers investigate treatment for COVID-19

    Sununu emergency orders target domestic violence, child abuse

    Vermont asks insurers for flexibility

    Vermont Glove retools to make masks

    Percentage of positive coronavirus tests increasing in Vermont

    Plattsburgh business' front porch portraits benefit health workers

    Can you go outside during a ‘Stay home, Stay safe’ order ?

    Tips on toys to help your kids unplug

    3rd person dies connected to Essex Jct. senior complex outbreak

    As Vt. ramps up testing, access still a challenge for some

    Vt. health department provides hospitalization data

    State: Relief on the way for Vermonters trying to file for unemployment

    Some essentials still hard to stock at grocery stores

    Vermont orders stores to stop in-person sales of nonessential items

    NY reports 1,550 deaths, first death in person under 18

    Vermont cutting red tape for health care workers

    Vt. health officials call on medical workers to volunteer

    Vt. changes election laws amid coronavirus outbreak

    City Market, workers union agree on hazard pay

    Norwich country store a key community hub during crisis

    Can survivors provide breakthrough in fight against coronavirus ?

    Smartphone app aims to keep kids busy and productive while at home

    Why the N95 mask is so important for health care workers

    Vermont stay-at-home order expected to be extended

    2 associated with Essex Jct. senior living complex die of COVID-19

    Shipment arrives with protective equipment; Vt. officials say more needed

    Scott backs up efforts to curtail travel from virus hot spots

    State cracks down on banned Airbnb rentals

    St. Albans to support health care workers with weekly ‘parade’

    Area funeral homes adjust to changed landscape

    Why ventilators are so important for COVID-19 patients

    ‘Staggering’: New York virus death toll rises above 1,200

    Sununu requests disaster declaration as NH coronavirus deaths climb

    Holiday lights help brighten spirits as pandemic worsens

    Why working from home is hurting your back

    How loss of smell, taste could be coronavirus clue

    Food insecurity and impacts of the coronavirus

    How to wash your hands the right way

    Scott: Closure will require schools, students to think ‘outside the box’

    Vermont expands COVID-19 testing to those with mild symptoms

    Why coronavirus raises concerns for the chronically ill

    Police could step in to enforce New Hampshire stay-at-home order

    Burlington Police asking public to follow intent of stay at home order

    More than 500 dead of coronavirus in New York

    Terrible times: Remembering the 1918 flu pandemic’s impact on Vermont

    NY county tells coronavirus refugees, 2nd homeowners to stay away

    17 Vermont coronavirus cases linked to long-term care facility

    Kids on the ups and downs of schools being closed for coronavirus

    Vermont’s Catholic Church calls for unity among the faithful

    Retired medical workers step up to help fight coronavirus

    CSWD to only operate Williston location

    Tips from people with experience working from home

    Spectrum sleepout goes virtual to raise awareness of homelessness

    Vermont students will not return to school this school year

    Sununu orders New Hampshire residents to stay home, nonessential businesses to close

    Construction trades consider their ‘essentialness’

    Vt. labor officials report spike in new unemployment claims

    Vt. House Speaker punishes Arlington lawmaker for quorum call

    Some employers desperate to hire in wake of COVID-19

    Health care workers at senior facilities on the front lines of virus crisis

    NY COVID-19 death toll increases to 385

    Vt. health officials warn against untested treatments for COVID-19

    NH delegation: Medical supplies were delayed, some expired

    How is Vermont’s stay-at-home order being enforced ?

    Leahy urges out-of-staters to stay away from Vermont

    Olivia Lyons shares tips to beat the boredom

    Coronavirus has Vermont gas prices plummeting

    Public access restricted in Vermont courtrooms

    Area VA clinics transitioning to online, phone appointments

    CSWD modifying drop-off locations and rules

    Vermont Amtrak service canceled until further notice

    Coronavirus has more Vermonters heading to farms for food

    Efforts to help domestic violence victims still underway during pandemic

    Where medical supplies stand in the US right now

    Vermont singer-songwriter offers coronavirus observations

    Vermont to get nearly $2B in virus relief package

    Scott makes plea to Vermonters to stay home, save lives

    How is Vermont’s stay at home order being enforced ?

    Efforts to help domestic violence victims still underway during pandemic

    NH Democrats urge Sununu to issue stay at home order

    State officials say Vermont needs more supplies to fight coronavirus

    Who are Vermont’s ‘essential’ workers ?

    ‘Nonessential’ Vermont businesses close up shop

    State plans to house COVID-19 positive psychiatric patients at Woodside

    Mayor outlines plan to move Burlington homeless to campground

    COVID-19 infections rise in New York with peak weeks away

    NH commissioner: Virus to peak between late April, early May

    House lawmakers rush to Vt. Statehouse to vote on COVID-19 bills

    Dartmouth-Hitchcock officials say they’re prepared for coronavirus

    Northern NY YMCAs help essential workers with child care

    UVM Health Network expanding telehealth options

    Inmate at Clinton Correctional Facility tests positive for coronavirus

    Santa’s elves help make masks to keep people safe

    Vermont Glove shifts production to make masks

    Coronavirus causing wedding woes

    Reporter’s Notebook: When the coronavirus hits close to home

    Can your pet give you coronavirus ?

    House hunting goes virtual as coronavirus spreads

    Phish invites you to dinner and a movie

    Scott issues ‘stay at home’ order

    Vt. death toll hits 7; National Guard sets up overflow sites

    Resident at South Burlington senior facility tests positive for COVID-19

    Vermont prison worker tests positive for coronavirus; no inmate contact

    Vermont Senate takes up COVID-19 measures

    Cuomo issues dire warning about COVID-19 in NY; demands federal help

    Restaurants reconfigure jobs to keep workers on the payroll

    Should Vermont roll up welcome mat for out-of-towners ?

    Uncertainty over duration of pandemic response has many on edge

    North Country restaurant owner helps community with supplies

    Americans urged to order out on ‘Great American Takeout Day’

    Vt. dentist collecting protective equipment for health care providers

    Infectious disease specialist weighs in on state of coronavirus

    State vs. federal government when it comes to coronavirus

    UK doctors: Loss of smell, taste may be key early symptom of COVID-19

    Vt. COVID-19 death toll at 5; Scott says further restrictions coming

    Vt. lawmakers return to Statehouse Tuesday for COVID-19 vote

    Why it will take an act of Congress for lawmakers to work from home

    New Hampshire announces 1st death from the coronavirus

    Dartmouth-Hitchcock ramps up coronavirus testing

    UVM urges all students to go home; commencement unlikely

    Is online learning making the grade for Vermont kids ?

    Can you get coronavirus from everyday objects ?

    Cuomo appeals to young New Yorkers to help stop spread of COVID-19

    Vt. grocers plead with shoppers to stop hoarding

    Communities worry as people flush toilet paper alternatives

    Upper Valley family business pitches in to make protective masks

    Businesses that remain open adapting to changing conditions

    Coronavirus creates anxiety for expecting parents

    Vermont tax deadline extended

    As coronavirus closes some businesses, others desperate to hire workers

    More stores offering special hours for senior shopping

    Family expresses concern for loved one at Burlington Health & Rehab

    Local college students stay to help out Saint Michael’s Fire and Rescue

    Scott urges Vermonters to come together

    Vt. lawmakers working on coronavirus bills

    Pet adoptions soar during age of social distancing

    Vermont chef offers quarantine cooking lessons, sprinkled with humor

    Moving meditation and mindfulness practices online

    Governor orders closure of close-contact businesses in Vermont

    Barre Hannaford back open after coronavirus concerns

    Opening of South Burlington supermarket draws a crowd

    7 more positive COVID-19 cases at Burlington care facility

    Vt. health officials urge aggressive action at long-term care facilities

    Vt. businesses push for room and meals tax amnesty

    Vermont National Guard activated after emergency declaration

    Weinberger says Burlington Health & Rehab workers getting tested

    5 test positive at Burlington facility; victim’s family dismayed by lack of precautions

    UVM Medical School ‘Match Day’ goes virtual

    Vermont medical worker tests positive for COVID-19

    Scott pitches economic relief for workers, businesses

    Vermont to use out-of-state lab; concern grows among those untested

    Federal taxes due July 15; no word yet on Vermont taxes

    Social distancing drives increased internet usage

    Vermont rest areas close facilities, add port-a-potties

    Mayor adds to Plattsburgh’s state of emergency

    Thermometers in short supply

    Avoiding isolation: Coming together while staying apart

    Windsor distillery donating hand sanitizer

    Experts: Toilet paper drought not a supply chain issue

    Vermont City Marathon postponed until October

    Virus spreads at Burlington nursing home; Scott says ‘response in our hands’

    Cuomo bans gatherings, nonessential workers to stay home

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    Governor announces Vermont’s first two coronavirus deaths

    Vermonters find themselves stuck overseas

    NY health officials issue Lake Placid COVID-19 warning

    Vt. health officials: Hoopcats fans attending game do not need testing

    Crime rates down; gun sales up

    Grocery stores challenged by shopping surge, supply chain bottlenecks

    America East warns one referee tested positive at recent UVM game

    Tech companies extra busy setting up work-from-home systems

    Rutland businesses adjust to COVID-19 concerns

    How coronavirus is affecting Vermont agriculture

    Same commitment; new safety practices

    UVM Medical Center temporarily suspends visitations

    Scott orders Vt. DMV to stop in-person transactions

    Scott appeals to Vt. child care workers: ‘This is a moment of service’

    Vermont races to expand COVID-19 testing

    Resident at Vt. senior living home diagnosed with COVID-19

    US and Canada close border to nonessential travel

    Will Vermont tax deadline be delayed ?

    Vt. Labor Dept adds online option for unemployment claims

    Sununu orders New Hampshire ski area to close

    Following the spread of COVID-19 in Northern New York

    School buses still running in Milton to deliver meals to kids

    Vermont eatery offers free food to those in need

    Stores reserve time for seniors, those at high risk for coronavirus

    Local homeless shelters try to stay open during COVID-19 crisis

    Vermont courts halt most hearings as prison safety fears grow

    Vermont to close all ‘nonessential’ child care facilities

    Is Vermont doing enough coronavirus testing ?

    Vermont bars, restaurants close on St. Patrick’s Day

    Vt. Agency of Commerce to offer disaster assistance to businesses

    Vermonters seeking unemployment face clogged phone lines, slow website

    Vermont bars, restaurants close on St. Patrick’s Day

    No St. Patrick’s Day celebration at New York bars

    Progressives call on government for more action on COVID-19

    What steps are being taken to help businesses weather economic storm ?

    How coronavirus is making gas cheaper

    Will coronavirus stretch US hospitals to the breaking point ?

    Waitsfield grocery offers opportunity for seniors to shop first

    Keeping kids fed during school shutdown

    Virus spurs unemployment benefit expansion in New Hampshire

    Feeding Chittenden changes food distribution amid COVID-19 concerns

    Killington Resort to give away groceries to employees during shutdown

    Hospital: 1st Vermont COVID-19 patient improving

    Scott orders all Vermont bars, restaurants to close

    Burlington restaurants, bars to close for 24 hours

    Clinton County confirms first case of coronavirus

    School closures leave working Vermont families in a bind

    Doctor referral needed for local pop-up coronavirus testing

    Vermont schools' online offerings chart ‘unknown territory’

    Coronavirus upends day-to-day routines in Upper Valley

    Locals returning from abroad left with questions

    Plattsburgh mayor urges investors not to panic

    Vt. distillery to market its own hand sanitizer

    NH schools close, courts scale back, medical procedures delayed

    Vt. dentists being asked to postpone routine checkups

    Feeding Chittenden changes food policy amid coronavirus

    Vermont faces shortage of critical protective equipment

    Emergency declaration eases back on trucking rules

    Vermont Senate holds meeting on state of emergency

    Vt. reports 12 positive COVID-19 cases; officials say school closures justified

    Vermont reports additional three cases of COVID-19

    Vermont distilleries help out by making hand sanitizer

    Area technology companies help out during coronavirus pandemic

    Price Chopper, Market 32 adjusting hours to allow for re-stocking

    Burlington city officials hold telephone town hall

    Vermont Senate holds meeting on state of emergency

    Vt. patient with 2nd COVID-19 case in critical condition

    UVM Hoopcats fans forced to sit out championship game

    Norwich University to extend spring break one week

    Disability Awareness Day canceled over coronavirus concerns

    Second presumptive positive coronavirus case in Vermont

    Plattsburgh, home of GP toilet paper mill, faces localized tissue hoarding

    Protecting senior living communities a key concern for health officials

    Airline, travel industry thrown into disarray by coronavirus

    UVM switching to online classes to prevent virus

    3 New Hampshire lawmakers quarantined over virus concerns

    Plattsburgh nursing home keeping families out

    Vt. health officials working overtime to process influx of test kits

    Vt. health commissioner discusses latest precautionary steps

    Vt. lawmakers plan for possible abbreviated session

    UVM athletics has no plans to curtail games, fan attendance

    Vermont to activate emergency ops center for virus response

    Middlebury College confirms early dismissal, campus closure

    3 Vermont schools closed Tuesday over coronavirus concerns

    Local veterans hospital to limit access points and start screenings

    Some Vermont schools closed due to coronavirus concerns

    Are you washing your hands the right way ?

    Public health vs. privacy; state officials strike a balance in COVID-19 response

    Bennington COVID-19 patient placed in isolation

    New Hampshire announces two new confirmed coronavirus cases

    Vt. officials respond to first suspected case of coronavirus

    First presumptive positive coronavirus case in Vermont

    Prisons, jails on alert for spread of coronavirus

    Burlington area clergy institute coronavirus precautions

    Those seeking face masks go to extreme measures

    Taking on the coronavirus on your own terms

    DHMC confident no patients put at risk from virus-infected medical resident

    State health labs get more supplies to test for COVID-19

    Gov. Scott addresses COVID-19 response

    Guests at WRJ party with virus patient asked to self-quarantine

    Infected DHMC employee attended White River Jct. social event

    DHMC employee tests positive for coronavirus; first case in NH

    Debunking coronavirus myths with Dr. Jon LaPook

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    Burlington Airport prepares for coronavirus