50+ years after an undefeated football season, these former Titans rally for their coach. (Only A Game, NPR)
A former Soviet official escaped political persecution. Now he hopes his family’s green cards will last. (VPR)
Jay Peak Resort’s grand plan to revitalize a region’s economy is now said to be a fraud. (NPR)
Vermont joins SEC fraud charges against a business it did little to oversee. (Boston Globe)
Shy of a felony conviction, it’s really hard to lose your badge in Vermont. (Vermont Public Radio)
This real-time map shows the current status of 250+ school districts undergoing consolidation.
Vermont police must record the race of every driver they pull over. So, where’s the data? (Seven Days)
Backlog of IT upgrades reaches $1 billion as state pays off obsolete technology. (Vermont Public Radio)
At the Northeast Kingdom International Airport, flights remain domestic and developers are pressed for time.
435 square miles of lake, 630 metric tons of phosphorus and one controversial plan to clean it up.