Patrick O’Brien, a senior manager at S.D. Ireland construction company, got a call a few weeks ago from a woman in Montpelier who was hoping to draw the company’s attention to central Vermont. She was seeking a home, and she knew other people were, too. There are fewer than a half dozen homes for sale
If you’re old enough to drive, you’re old enough to hit the road back to normal life by getting your COVID-19 vaccine. When it’s your turn, it’s important to get your shot. The Vermont Association of Hospitals and Health Systems asked a few prominent Vermonters why they’re getting their COVID-19 vaccines. Are you as excited
Seven Days is celebrating the herculean efforts of the people and programs that helped Vermonters to survive the last 13 months. Help us discover Vermont’s Pandemic All-Stars by telling us how you made it through and who helped you along the way. Share your nominees with us April 19 through May 2. (7D Promo)
School nurses have spent the last year keeping students safe during a pandemic, proving how necessary their contribution is to the school community.
A competitive axe-throwing studio in Burlington thrives as would-be lumberjacks seek release from COVID confinement.
One of my pandemic hobbies has been leaving home for food. I don’t mean walking three blocks to City Market, but rather driving to Shelburne for eggs or the Roots Farm Market in Middlesex to buy spinach, potatoes and onions. Before attacking me for this heedless waste of resources, consider the efficiency: Sometimes I get
Annual event at Waterfront Park in Burlington normally sells out, but this is second time festival is canceled due to COVID-19 pandemic restrictions
High school students will get be able to register for COVID-19 vaccines earlier than other residents under 30, state officials announced on Friday, in a last-minute switch intended to allow more in-person graduation ceremonies. Vermonters ages 16 to 18 may register for vaccines on 10 a.m. Saturday, two days earlier than others in the previously
Aqua ViTea kombucha faced a crisis when COVID killed its keg sales, which represented 40% of the business. A quick switch to cans saved the day.
Monday, April 19, will mark yet another step in Vermont’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout as eligibility widens to residents aged 16 and older.