Govt reviewing Marlboro sex misconduct complaint
MARLBORO, Vt. (AP) - Marlboro College is being investigated by the U.S. Department of Education over issues related to sexual misconduct allegations. Matthew Barone, a spokesman for the college, tells Vermont Public Radio (http://bit.ly/1rtWitZ) the college received a letter from the Office for Civil Rights of the Education ...
Government reviewing Marlboro sex misconduct complaint
Marlboro College is being investigated by the U.S. Department of Education over issues related to sexual misconduct allegations.
Vt. AG office reaches settlement with Texas company
More than 1,500 athletes could see a piece of a $160,000 settlement with a Texas company.
Vt. cheesemaker wins 'best in the world' award
A Vermont cheesemaker won a "best in the world" award at the annual World Cheese Awards in London this past weekend.
Former Vt. Air National Guard member sentenced for possessing child porn
A former member of the Vermont Air National Guard from Hinesburg will spend a year-and-a-half in jail for possessing child porn.
Friday Music/Dance Pizza Night Concert: West Townshend Store, Route 30, West Townshend.
Vt. Secretary of Agriculture issues decision on Missisquoi Bay Basin farms
Farms along the Missisquoi Bay Basin will not have to comply with best management practices.
5,000 Vt. students to benefit from distancing learning
Four Vermont school districts are getting nearly $500,000 in distance learning grant funds.
Part-time faculty at St. Michael's College vote to unionize
Part-time faculty at St. Michael's College has joined their counterparts at two other local schools in voting to unionize.
Quechee woman gets jail time for embezzling
A former Quechee woman who embezzled more than $125,000 from a research firm in White River Junction will spend 18 months in prison.