Harry Cramer

Articles

Proposed Legislation Mandates Taser Training

On Wednesday, April 9, Vermont Senate Government Operations Committee considered new legislation that would regulate taser use across Vermont.

IBM Lays Off More Vermont Workers

Roughly 140 employees at IBM’s Essex Junction plant lost their jobs this month, the most recent bout of layoffs in the company’s billion-dollar restructuring. The[...]

CCTA and Union Narrowly Avoid Strike

Chittenden County Transportation Authority (CCTA), and the Teamsters Local No. 597 reached a settlement last Sunday, narrowly avoiding a strike that would have shut down[...]

Chili Warms Cold Festival Visitors

This Sunday, the streets of downtown Middlebury overflowed with hungry patrons at Middlebury’s sixth annual Chilifest. The booths, run by professional chefs and amateurs alike,[...]

1 in 8700: Sue Lahai and Tracy Raymond

Sue Lahai and Tracy Raymond have been cutting hair side by side at Bud’s Barbershop for over 18 years. The shop was opened in 1971[...]

The Lobby Resturant Opens

The Lobby, chef Michael Mahe’s most recent restaurant, opened for business on Feb. 15 on Bakery Lane. The French chef said that he’d been interested[...]

Green Mountain Coffee and Coca-Cola Strike Soda Deal

Coca-Cola announced last Wednesday that it will buy a 10 percent stake in Green Mountain Coffee Roasters (G.M.C.R.), an investment of approximately 1.25 billion dollars.[...]

Buzz, One; Mother Nature, Zero

After just a few minutes aboard the white maintenance truck, Clinton Snyder, the landscape supervisor at the College, noticed that I had forgotten gloves.

Wind Farm Faces Opposition

Regardless of their opposition, residents of Ferdinand, VT, may witness construction on a 20-turbine wind farm atop the local Seneca Mountain. In a non-binding vote[...]

Abortion Bill Proposed

On Tuesday, Jan. 14, Vermont legislators proposed a new bill to formally decriminalize abortion statewide. The bill, S 315, was proposed by Senators Tim Ashe[...]

OSM Showcase Displays Student Work

On Friday, Nov. 22, approximately 75 student-tenants who utilized the Old Stone Mill this fall to pursue their creative projects showcased their work at Crossroads.[...]

The Alcoholic Side of Honey

Although mead is not typically stocked in fridges around campus, Ricky Klein, head brewmaster of the new Groennfell Meadery in Colchester, Vt., is confident that[...]

Burlington City Council Approves Gun Regulations

On Oct. 21, the Burlington City Council voted to approve several provisions of a new gun regulation in an effort to curb violence in Vermont.[...]

Symposium Launches Food Studies

On Oct. 5, the College held the Cultivating Food Literacy symposium, and McCullough Social Space filled with educators, students, and activists to discuss how to[...]

Vermont Implements New Healthcare

On Oct. 1, the Vermont Health Exchanges, the first of many sweeping health care reforms designed to propel the state towards a single-payer system, took[...]