Heeding Activists’ Demands, the State Will House Homeless Vermonters in Motels This Winter

Since October 14, Brenda Siegel and Josh Lisenby have kept constant vigil outside the Vermont Statehouse for a single purpose: to pressure state officials to fully restore the pandemic-era motel voucher program, which provided free…

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Crossing guards needed: Burlington looks to fill over half their crossing guard positions

Burlington employs up to 33 people to help kids get safely to and from school by guarding crosswalks. Right now, only 16 of these positions are filled. Crossing guards in Burlington earn $34.35 per day…

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When New York floods, this ‘living street’ stays dry

A new model for street design in the age of post-climate-change storms manages the water instead of trying—and failing—to keep it away. When Hurricane Ida dumped record amounts of rain on New York City in…

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Woman assaults on-duty NYPD cop inside Queens restaurant

A woman is wanted by police for allegedly whacking an on-duty NYPD officer in the head with a shoe at a Queens restaurant, authorities said. The attack took place after the officer responded to Chubby…

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Man Wanted for Sexually Assaulting 13-Year-Old in NYC Park Is Arrested: Police

Police have arrested a man who they say attacked and sexually attacked a teenager in a Bronx park on Monday. The suspect, 18-year-old Rahmel Bali, was charged Thursday with criminal sexual act, criminal obstruction of…

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18-year-old arrested after synagogue was set ablaze on Halloween, Texas police say

A teen has been arrested by the Austin Police Department after being accused of setting fire to a synagogue on Oct. 31. Franklin Barrett Sechriest, 18, is accused of intentionally setting fire to a place…

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Stranger At The Door: How a Plano Grandmother May Have Stopped a Suspected Serial Killer

In nbcdfw.com As the trial of suspected serial killer Billy Chemirmir prepares to get underway in Dallas, the family of a woman who survived an attack is sharing their mother’s story for the first time.…

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These Are The Counties In The San Antonio-New Braunfels, TX Metro Area Where COVID-19 Is Growing The Fastest

In patch.com After adding over 644,000 new cases throughout the last week, the U.S. now has more than 46.1 million confirmed cases of COVID-19. There have been more than 740,000 COVID-19-related deaths — the highest…

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Appeals court sides with Bexar County on mask mandate and more news to know

In mysanantonio.com published and claiming that: An appellate court says Bexar County can uphold its face mask mandate. Here’s what you need to know. Chief Justice Rebeca Martinez with the Fourth Court of Appeals ruled…

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2 people killed, 3 others wounded in shootings in Chicago Wednesday

In chicago.suntimes.com published and claiming that: Two people were killed and three others were wounded in shootings across Chicago Wednesday. A man was found shot to death Wednesday night in South Chicago. The 50-year-old was…

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