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Henry Epp


Henry worked for Vermont Public as a reporter from 2017 to 2023.

  • Every local bus in Vermont has been free to ride for nearly three years. But if lawmakers don’t step in, that could soon change, at least for Green Mountain Transit, the state’s largest bus system.
  • A final show, and a final story: this one’s about bus fares for Green Mountain Transit riders. Plus, disability rights advocates urge remote town meeting options, a controversial elections bill, Abenaki of Missisquoi are proud of their school mascot, and COVID-19 numbers.
  • Challenges caregivers face when taking care of someone with memory loss. Plus, debate over what to do with the state’s only women’s prison, young Vermonters call for gun laws, the semantics of “milk,” and a new state cartoonist laureate.
  • One Vermont couple’s journey with through Alzheimer’s. Plus, library workers at the Vermont State Colleges allege the administration retaliated against them, a dispute over whether to preserve a church in downtown Burlington, and the state seeks public input on the forest products industry.
  • How a Thetford congregation chose to pass on its building to a land trust centered on people of color. Plus, a Town Meeting Day preview, a new cancer treatment at UVM, and an Amtrak crash in Sharon.
  • Lawmakers consider changes to Act 250 as they seek to address the housing crunch. Plus, the biggest climate bill of the session will soon be put to a vote, a study finds the state is underfunding long-term care, and moose hunting permits nearly double in number.
  • A preview of an event celebrating Black culture in Vermont. Plus, a report finds gaps in mental health care may have contributed to the death of a man at the hands of police, Gov. Scott pushes to save state money for federal matching grants, and lawmakers nix relief funds for organic dairy farmers.
  • Due to pandemic-related court delays, hundreds of people have been held in prison in Vermont without being convicted of a crime. Plus, police investigate the death of a man who crossed the Canadian border into Vermont, the Senate confirms a controversial judicial nominee, and a push to study PFAS.
  • Burlington police say they’ve solved a 50-year-old murder case. Plus, a sports betting bill advances in the legislature, Barre granite manufacturers see a boom in business, students and faculty push back on the state colleges’ library plans, and advocates call for school mascot changes.
  • Efforts to test deer for COVID. Plus, Vermont bans TikTok from state-owned devices, pushback over a bill to expand bottle return, Casella’s financial performance, and a bill to expand Medicaid.