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Kevin Trevellyan

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  • The volunteer-based HOPE Coalition helps flood victims in Barre City. Plus, more options for youth COVID vaccines, grant matches to build out broadband services, a hot October, and Thanksgiving travel.
  • "I see this as an extension of what I've said over the past month," Balint says. "The horrific violence has to stop. All hostages must be released. Hamas cannot stay in power in Gaza. Palestinians and Israelis both deserve safety and security."
  • More toxic chemicals discovered in Bennington. Plus, Vermont State University unveils part two of its cost-reduction plan, lawmakers in Montpelier may consider new gun laws following the mass shooting in Maine, talking to kids about troubling current events, and more money to soundproof homes from F-35s.
  • Art as community in Flux. Plus, redesigning Barre City, a call for better treatment of children with mental health conditions, no more JetBlue flights from Burlington to New York, and salmon begin their annual migration from Lake Champlain.
  • State lawmakers prepare to address disaster resilience in the upcoming session. Plus, the state of homelessness with winter approaching, a free speech case, a potential compromise on the U.S House speaker search, and Vermont Public’s CEO announces his resignation.
  • Most who make it to the professional ballet stage come from big cities with lots of access to exceptional training and financial support. Few come from states like Vermont, where training is harder to find and funding for ballet is limited. But Dawn Atkins, a Middletown Springs native, has bucked the trend.
  • A private investigator probes her own robbery, and the feelings that come afterward. Plus, a proposed state fund for disaster mitigation projects, FEMA recovery aid totals, Sen. Sanders urges humanitarian aid for Gaza, and state regulators want to know about your experiences with the health care system.
  • A conversation about a new documentary focused on legendary hot air balloon pilot Brian Boland. Plus, U.S. Census data shows New England is a hard place to age in place, Gov. Scott mulls a fifth term in office, a Vermont school district approves a new policy for trans and nonbinary students, and detecting algae blooms from the sky.
  • Vermont employers are increasingly providing housing for workers in a tight rental market – but the practice can get messy. Plus, a potential new winter homeless shelter in Burlington, fears that a two-state solution in the Middle East is out of reach, the need for more tech work spaces, and the Boston Bruins drop the puck on their centennial anniversary season.
  • Why movies are set in Vermont, but not filmed here. Also, re-imagining Vermont’s motel housing program, two ski resorts pause plans for a connector lift, Gov. Scott agrees with big proposed cuts at Vermont State University, more access to mental health services, and where to see birds of prey before they head south. (Plus some bonus Celtics talk).