Pat Bradley

North Country Bureau Chief

Ways to Connect

Vermont Statehouse
Photo by Pat Bradley

A Vermont lawmaker wants the Legislature to ask Attorney General William Sorrell to clear the governor's office to release emails possibly related to the EB-5 immigrant investor scandal.

Pat Bradley/WAMC

Chittenden County bus drivers and the Green Mountain Transit Board of Commissioners have reached a new collective bargaining agreement, with a new, five-year contract starting July 1.

Mayor's Cup logo on tee-shirt
Logo designed by Katie Jeanette-Caska

Plattsburgh officials have outlined the schedule for this summer’s Mayor’s Cup, one of the city’s largest annual events.

Burlington Town Center rendering
Burlington VT Mayor's Office

Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger says a $200 million redevelopment plan for the site of a downtown mall would create 270 homes, 900 permanent jobs and new office and retail space as well as the tallest building in Vermont.

Q Burke logo
Q Burke Resort

One of two businessmen accused in what the Securities and Exchange Commission calls a "massive eight-year fraud scheme" involving developments in Vermont says he's confident he'll be cleared of any wrongdoing.

Jody Herring
Vermont State Police

The lawyer for a Vermont woman charged with killing a social worker and three of her own relatives last August after losing custody of her daughter says she's incompetent to stand trial.

Lake Champlain (file photo)
Pat Bradley/WAMC

A new $20 million federal grant will bring together scientists from a number of Vermont colleges and universities to study what makes some sections of the Lake Champlain watershed more resilient after extreme weather events.

Boreas Pond tract
Nature Conservancy

In 2007, The Nature Conservancy bought 161,000 acres of Adirondack land from the Finch Pruyn timber company. In 2012, New York State announced they would purchase the lands over time from the Conservancy’s Adirondack Chapter.  The Nature Conservancy has now sold the final tract and transferred the deed to New York State.

American Lung Association

The American Lung Association has released its annual State of the Air report tracking air quality across the country.  While there has been some improvement in areas of New York, the group says many residents’ health remains at risk from ozone and particle pollution.

Larner's with UVM officials
UVM Alumni Association

The University Of Vermont has received its largest one-time gift in the college’s 225-year history.