Greg Sukiennik joined New England Newspapers as a reporter at The Berkshire Eagle in 1995. He worked for The AP in Boston, and at ESPN.com, before rejoining NENI in 2016. He was managing editor of all three NENI Vermont newspapers from 2017-19.
MONTPELIER — The state Emergency Board approved an upgrade in the state’s revenue forecast for fiscal 2021, as the state’s economists said the massive injection of federal spending during the COVID-19 pandemic had resulted in healthier than expected revenues through the first six months of the fiscal year.
MONTPELIER — The Vermont House of Representatives on Tuesday passed a bill allowing towns to move the date of Town Meeting Day or send ballots by mail, in order to protect residents from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ethan Latour, a former Dorset resident who has been working in Gov. Phil Scott’s administration since Scott first took office in 2017, has been appointed deputy commissioner of the Vermont Department of Finance & Management.
Vermont State Police, Capitol Police and the Montpelier Police Department are planning for “any eventuality” if reports of armed protests planned for all 50 state capitols beginning Jan. 17 come to fruition.
Affidavits presented Monday during the arraignment of Ely B. Key indicate a chaotic scene unfolded during his arrest.
Sammy Lee’s “Mask Against Hate Virus” has a pig face adorned with jewelry, representing the animal’s cultural significance in Korea. But on th…
How do artists use their creativity to tell their stories of the COVID-19 pandemic, and connect with the wider world? That’s the question "Unmasked: Artful Responses to the Pandemic” will explore when the exhibit opens on Wednesday. Jan. 16 at Southern Vermont Arts Center.
Martina Barnes is the new ranger at the Manchester